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DIY Dollar Tree Easter Egg Moss Wreath

DIY Dollar Tree Easter Egg Moss Wreath
DIY Dollar Tree Easter Egg Moss Wreath

DIY Dollar Tree Easter Egg Moss Wreath

Easter is just around the corner, and what better way to welcome the holiday than with a stunning Easter Egg Moss Wreath made entirely from Dollar Tree supplies? This DIY project is not only budget-friendly but also incredibly easy and fun to create. So grab your crafting supplies and let's get started on making a beautiful centerpiece for your Easter celebrations!

The Easter holiday is just around the corner, and it's time to start decorating your home with colorful and festive decor. One of the most iconic symbols of Easter is the egg, and what better way to incorporate it into your decorations than with a stunning Dollar Tree Easter Egg Moss Wreath? This wreath combines the natural elements of moss and twigs with bright, plastic eggs for a unique and budget-friendly decoration.

At first glance, this wreath may seem like a daunting DIY project, but rest assured that with supplies from Dollar Tree, it can be easily created in just a few simple steps. The best part? You won't have to break the bank to achieve this beautiful piece that will surely impress your family and friends.

Supplies Needed for your DIY Dollar Tree Easter Egg Moss Wreath

DIY Dollar Tree Easter Egg Moss Wreath
DIY Dollar Tree Easter Egg Moss Wreath

Grapevine Wreath (I typically get these from Joann’s when they go on sale or use a coupon)

3 packages of moss from dollar tree

3 packages of easter eggs from dollar tree (the ones I got came in these egg cartons)


Hot Glue gun and a lot of glue sticks (if using the mini ones)

Pink Burlap Ribbon (dollar tree)

Zip tie

Easter Egg sign (dollar tree)

Instructions For Your DIY Dollar Tree Easter Egg Moss Wreath

Start by adding moss to almost the entire grapevine wreath. I left a spot open on the top as I was adding a bow.

To add the moss you need to do this in sections. Add hot glue to the grapevines and the place the moss on top, making sure that it adheres. Some will fall off when you lift it up but you can either hot glue it back in place or stuff it in between the grapevines. Have patience with this. If you notice that your hot glue is stringy like mine was, just make sure to take your time and remove the strings so it doesn’t get tangled with the moss.

Once the wreath is pretty much covered, start adding your eggs with hot glue, I just randomly added them around the wreath. I tried not to get the same color next to each other.

Next I made a bow using the burlap ribbon, make sure your ribbon is wired, it is much easier to work with. I made a few loops and secured them together with a zip tie. I then cut another piece of the burlap ribbon to make the tails and to use to wrap over the zip tie to cover it. Add a dab of hot glue on the center of the bow to secure the burlap ribbon. Cut the tails to your desired length.

To add the easter egg sign, remove the piece of jute on the top (don’t throw it away you will reuse this. I pushed the bottom section of the sign into some of the grapevines and it held it, I added some hot glue to secure it.

Take the jute piece and pull it through one of the holes on the sign and then through a piece of the grapevine and then back through the other hole. Add hot glue to where the sign meets the wreath to secure it in place. 

No matter where you choose to display your Easter egg moss wreath, make sure it is in a place where it can be appreciated and admired by all. With its vibrant colors and natural elements, this wreath is sure to bring joy and add the perfect touch of spring to any space.

As you can see, creating a stunning Easter egg moss wreath using dollar tree supplies is not only easy but also budget-friendly. With a few simple materials and some creativity, you can add a unique touch to your Easter decorations. Whether it's for your home or as a gift for someone special, this DIY project will surely impress anyone who sees it. So why not give it a try and make this Easter extra special with your very own handmade wreath? Happy crafting!

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