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10 DIY Easter Wreaths to Brighten Your Home This Spring

Add a touch of spring to your home with a DIY Easter wreath. No matter your skill level, these 10 wreaths can be made with just a few materials and a little creativity.

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Simple Eggs and Herbs Easter Wreath

This minimalist Easter wreath starts with a thin, painted grapevine wreath. Gather from your own herb garden, or purchase some fresh rosemary and other herbs and tie them to the wreath with a ribbon. Hot-melt glue white wood or plastic eggs and then either hang your wreath on a door or set it on a table.

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Fuzzy Chicks and Buttons Easter Wreath

This simple Easter wreath is very DIY friendly. Start with a foliage wreath from a craft store and then use mini chicks and craft buttons to embellish it (just attach them with hot-melt glue). To finish it off, tie a bow around the top or bottom, or add a bunny cutout, as shown here.

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Egg-Shaped Easter Wreath

Start with an oval wreath and embellish it with eggs, feathers, greenery and ribbon. What’s more Easter-y than that?!

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Daisy Easter Wreath

Create this DIY Easter wreath with some plastic daisies and foam Easter eggs. Start with an artificial boxwood wreath and place the daisies throughout, securing them with hot glue. Then attach some ribbons to a couple eggs and hang them from the top.

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Spring Flower Easter Wreath

Welcoming and colorful, this Easter wreath is a sure sign of spring. Recreate the look by starting with a natural twig wreath from the craft store. Adorn the wreath with faux daffodils and other spring blooms along with coordinating eggs and filler flowers.

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Pansy and Tulip Easter Wreath

A simple, yet festive option for the front door, this DIY Easter wreath features matching flowers and ribbons. Start with a grapevine wreath and spray paint it white. Then, attach real or artificial pansies and tulips and a flourish of ribbon.

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Colorful Easter Wreath

A colorful, cheerful option, this wreath features vivid flowers, ribbon and miniature eggs. Start with a straw or grapevine wreath, then add brightly colored faux spring flowers and embellish with Easter trappings.

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Flower Easter Wreath with Greens

To make this Easter wreath, start with a plastic or real boxwood wreath. Then, add some spring flowers in Easter colors and mini eggs on floral picks. Add a bow and hang this beauty on the front door.

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Bunny Easter Wreath

This Easter wreath starts with a grapevine wreath from a craft store or a DIY wreath made from thin, bendable branches from some shrubs or trees, formed into a circle. Add some fresh or faux green foliage and decorative pom-poms. Attach a small stuffed bunny and plastic Easter eggs, ribbons or whatever other Easter doodads you like.

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Subtle Country Easter Wreath

To recreate this Easter wreath, start with a wreath made from excelsior (as shown here) or a straw wreath from the craft store and a wide, satin ribbon. Simply wrap the ribbon around the wreath and attach a cutout bunny on the bottom with hot-melt glue. Finish with a bow.

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