Speckled Egg Wreath DIY. Learn how to make a Spring wreath using speckled eggs! This egg wreath DIY is perfect for your Spring and Easter cottage home decor!
Hi friends, welcome back! Did you see this sweet little DIY wreath I shared earlier this week? Pretty isn’t it?! I guess I’m all about wreaths this week because I’m sharing another one with y’all today! I love this speckled egg wreath and I think it turned out SO CUTE!
After I made the bird nest, I came up with the idea to use it for a wreath. The texture and messy look of this moss is perfect for this spring DIY. I added speckled eggs to this particular wreath, but I think it would be so beautiful if you left the eggs off and used it with your fall home decor or even as a neutral year-round wreath! You might see that look in my home later this year. 😉
This wreath is very simple to make, it just takes a little time! Let’s get started. You need to gather a few supplies first.
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Speckled Egg Wreath DIY, Supplies
Create A Speckled Egg Wreath in 3 Steps
Remove the plastic wrap from your straw wreath. Grab a small handful of moss / natural excelsior and form it onto the wreath. Lift up the section you just shaped and apply hot glue to the straw wreath. Place the moss back onto the wreath and hold it until the glue dries, being careful not to burn yourself. Continue this process until your wreath is covered in moss / natural excelsior!
Next, hot glue your eggs onto the wreath. Take your time glueing the eggs on. You will need to apply hot glue to each egg, press it firmly into the moss, and let it dry before moving onto the next egg. I varied my egg size and color as I worked my way around the wreath.
Loop a ribbon or section of fabric around the wreath to hang it! I used natural muslin fabric and tore off a 2″ strip to create my ribbon.
Speckled Egg Wreath DIY
Do you think this speckled egg wreath DIY is as cute as I do?! I just love the wild, whimsical look of the moss and I think it pairs perfectly with these speckled eggs!
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