13
Apr

DIY Easter Wreath

Easter is right around the corner and we know you’re going to love this fun little DIY project we have in store today. If you’re looking for something fun and easy to make on the fly, this darling project only requires a quick trip to the craft store and about 30 minutes of time—it’s the perfectly cute way to display all the Easter cards you receive this year!

Supplies

  • Needlepoint round
  • Clothespins
  • Decorative Easter eggs made for hanging (we used two different sizes for added variety)
  • Construction paper or colorful fabric tape
  • Double-sided tape and scissors
  • Ribbon for hanging
  • All your Easter cards and invites!

Step 1: Decorate Your Clothespins

Cut strips of construction paper or fabric tape to the length and width of your clothespins and attach to each side.

Step 2: Add Clothespins and Eggs to the Round

Affix your clothespins to the round with enough space in between for the eggs and cards. Also, make sure to leave space for the ribbon once you’re ready to hang. To attach the eggs, simply tie two together by their hanging ribbon and create a knot. Then, wrap them around the needlepoint round once, and around each other until tight. This step doesn’t even require glue—and we promise they’ll stay attached!

Step 3: Secure Your Ribbon and Display Your Cards

Now you’re ready to attach your Easter cards and invites to the clothespins. Another fun idea you might consider is showcasing a few of your favorite Easter photos, too. Secure your ribbon with a simple knot, loop or bow and you’ll be ready to hang.


Step 4: Hang and Enjoy!

If you try this craft, or any of our DIY ideas at home, send photos to blog@tinyprints.com. We’d love to feature them. Happy crafting!

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