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Hi Friends! Can you believe it’s March already? It’s been raining and much cooler this weekend, so it doesn’t feel a lot like March, but time is definitely moving on. The kids will be on spring break soon, and Easter is only a month away — wow! Anyway, My front door has been looking pretty forlorn and bare since I took down the wood slice heart wreath after Valentine’s Day, and it really needed a little spring cheer. Since Easter is early this year, I made this rustic Easter egg wreath for early spring. 

rustic grapevine easter egg wreath with faux eggs and flowers for spring

I’ve been wanting to make an Easter egg wreath for a long time. I really like how they look, but the ones in the store are so expensive. I was going to make one last year, but I ended up with a cute little bunny wreath instead. So when I found some pastel eggs in the craft store last week, I knew that this was the year of the egg wreath!

I saw a gorgeous wreath in Pottery Barn that had pussy willows and eggs, so that was my inspiration. Their wreath was slightly different, but I already had a grapevine wreath and I decided to re-use that one. I was able to use a coupon for the faux eggs, and the flowers were half off. I found the pussy willow branches and more flowers at the Dollar Store, so I saved a ton of cash.

faux flowers pussy willow branches and faux eggs and grapevine wreath


  • 1 grapevine wreath
  • 1 package of Faux speckled eggs 
  • Faux flower and stems
  • Thin burlap ribbon for hanging
  • Hot glue gun
  • Thin craft wire
  • Wire cutters 

First, I snipped the flower and pussy willow stems apart with the wire cutters so that they were off of the main branches. Then, I began tucking the stems in the grapevine so that they circled the entire wreath. I decided I like the lighter colors, so I ended up not using the yellow flowers. When I was satisfied with the arrangement, I used the craft wire to tie the stems in place.

faux flowers on grapevine wreath

The wreath was shedding a lot, so I did this part outside. Luckily, the weather was cooperating that day!

Then, I used a hot glue gun to attach the eggs to the grapevine. I kept most of them towards the center of the wreath, but I glued two eggs so that they were sticking out a little, just to make the wreath a little bit more whimsical.

faux flowers, easter eggs and pussy willows on grapevine wreath

I took off the old blue ribbon that had been hanging on the wreath, and I threaded some thin burlap ribbon through one of the grapevine branches instead. Then, the wreath was complete!

rustic spring wreath with flowers easter eggs and pussy willow branches

I kept it simple and rustic, and I really don’t think it needs any more embellishment — do you? Now, I just have to wait for the rain to stop so that I can hang it on the door. I thought about keeping the wreath inside, but the eggs remind me of malted milk candy eggs, and I really don’t need the temptation!

Best of all, this Easter egg wreath cost me less than ten dollars to make — yea!

Have you made a spring wreath yet or any spring crafts? 

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  1. Lisa Huff says:

    HI Dee, I love your Easter Egg Wreath and how pretty it looks on your door!! Thank you soooo much for linking up to our Something to Talk About Link Party and I hope you'll join the party again tomorrow morning at 6 am est. so your feature which is shared across 7 blogs and please link up some more pretties too. See you there and have a great week, hugs, Lisa at Concord Cottage

  2. Dee M says:

    Thanks for the invite, Lisa. I definitely need coffee in the morning, but I would love to visit! šŸ™‚

  3. Lisa Huff says:

    Hi Dee, this is so adorable and great for Spring and Easter. I'm visiting from Inspiration Monday link party and love this. I also cohost the Something to Talk About Link Party with 6 other bloggers and it goes live tomorrow morning Monday at 6am est and would LOVE for you to come and link this up (or when you've had coffee and are awake….lol). Thank you and have a great week, Lisa at Concord Cottage

  4. Dee M says:

    Thanks, Amy! It's already warm here, so spring projects are everywhere. šŸ™‚

  5. Dee M says:

    Aw, thanks. I so hope you all get some sunshine very soon! šŸ™‚

  6. Dee M says:

    Thanks so much, Julie. I was finally able to get it on the door, and it looks so nice! šŸ™‚

  7. Rattlebridge Farm says:

    Dee, your wreath is just what we need to chase away winter. Thanks for including it at FF&EE!

  8. Amy at Ms. Toody Goo Shoes says:

    This is so cute! Nice to see something springy! Thanks for linking up at Best of the Weekend!

  9. Julie's Lifestyle says:

    I love this spring wreath that you made and it's perfect for spring.