Are you looking for a wreath for your front door this Spring? Let me show you how to make an Easter egg & daffodil Spring wreath that will brighten up your door.
Spring Wreath DIY: Easter Egg & Daffodil Wreath
Today I am happy to be joining a big group of my blogging galpals sharing all-new Easter inspiration ideas with you. If you are joining me from my good friend Kim over in Michigan at Cottage in the Mitten, welcome!
- Wreath Form- Grapevine or Twig Wreath
- Colored Craft Easter Eggs
- Artificial Daffodils
- Small White&Yellow Flowers
- Dried Baby’s Breath
- Moss: Spanish & Green
Egg & Daffodil Wreath Instructions
Start by Adding Eggs
For my wreath, I am using a twig wreath base but if you have a grapevine wreath that would be perfect too. I reuse my wreaths so I had this one on hand from a Fall dried flower wreath I had on my front door.
I make so many wreaths that I have to take some of them apart to use again or else I would need a storage unit just for wreaths!!!
The first step is to hot glue 6 eggs around the wreath form. The ones I am using are from my speckled egg DIY project from a couple of years ago. You will be able to find speckled eggs in the Easter section of the craft stores right now.
Be careful using the hot glue with the foam eggs, you don’t want them to melt. My glue gun was on the low setting.
Add Pussy Willow Stems
Next up I used fresh pussy willow branches and added them to the wreath. All I did was slide the branches into the wreath, no glue was needed for this step. Fresh pussy willow stems are malleable so you can easily bend them to curve around the wreath.
Artificial pussy willow stems will also work and most look quite real now anyway.
Trader Joe’s is where I buy mine and they sell it for $4.99 a bunch.
Fill in With Moss
Before I added the flowers to the wreath I wanted to fill it in with moss. I used Spanish moss and also some green moss.
Again I did not use hot glue for this step. All I did was take the clumps of moss and push them between the branches of the wreath to keep them in place.
If you have a Dollar Tree nearby grab your Spanish moss there. The bags are pretty large for the price and the quality is really good.
Add the Daffodils
Now it is time to add the flowers to the wreath. I had these daffodils on hand from Amazon from another project (daffodil planter). They are the real touch type of artificial flower and are very pretty.
Using just the flower part of the stem I added them around the wreath. Using around 10 of the daffodil flowers. This would depend on how large of a wreath you are using. Add more or less depending on what you are working with.
For a different texture and organic feel I did scatter small sprigs of dried baby’s breath around the wreath. Me, I love using natural elements on my wreaths.
After I added the daffodils and the baby’s breath I thought the wreath still needed another flower to fill in the wreath. Not wanting to vary from the color scheme I used these white wild blossoms from Michael’s.
They were a perfect size and really cute.
So easy, I just pulled off the pieces of the blossoms and tucked them into the wreath. You could definitely add a drop of hot glue to keep them in place.
Final Details on the Easter Egg & Daffodil Wreath
One final touch on this Easter egg & daffodil wreath was to glue on 6 small quail eggs. These are actually impossible to find right now but I would just substitute the small foam brown & white eggs for a contrast with the blue Easter eggs.
My guess is it’s something with the bird flu that they aren’t readily available this Spring because I did get mine off of Amazon last year.
Then I also tucked in a few guinea hen feathers to the wreath.
Easter Egg & Daffodil Wreath
Well, let me tell you my front door looks much happier now!! It’s been naked since I took my winter ski swag down last month. Maybe this will give Mother Nature a little push to send some warm Spring days my way!
You will have to go check out my friend Jen at Midwest Life & Style to see her adorable wreath!
Spring Inspiration from Some Very Talented Bloggers
How to Use Easter Bunny Decor in a Classy Way // Pasha is Home
Creating An Enchanting Easter Centerpiece Using Flowers and Cabbage // Shiplap and Shells
DIY Golden Easter Eggs with Floral Imprints // My Sweet Savannah
How to Make a Spring Lantern // Sand Dollar Lane
Best Front Porch Ideas to Decorate for Easter // The Ponds Farmhouse
5 Easy Ways To Decorate Your Mudroom For Spring // White Lilac Farmhouse
The Prettiest Spring Tablescape for your Easter Gathering // Willow Bloom Home Blog
Simple Steps to a Beautiful Spring Tablescape // White Arrows Home
Easter Deviled Eggs // Paint Me Pink
How to Make a Neutral Wood Bead Carrot in 3 Easy Steps // Simply 2 Moms
Easter With Faberge Eggs // A Stroll Through Life
How to Set an Easter Table with Bright Colors // Cottage in the Mitten
Easter Egg & Daffodil Spring Wreath // Cottage on Bunker Hill
Simple And Rustic Easter Wreath With Carrots // Midwest Life and Style
Decorating for Easter with Neutrals // Robyn’s French Nest
When is Easter 2023? Everything You Need to Know This Year // Southern Crush at Home
Easy Centerpieces for the Easter Table Ideas // Bricks ‘n Blooms
Four Easy Spring Centerpieces // Vintage and Grace Living
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Thanks for stopping by today! Being able to share my projects, DIYs, and decorating ideas with you is amazing. Leave a comment below; I love hearing from you! Feel free to drop me a note here if you have any questions.
RACHEL HARPER says
I love this wreath. So creative.
Melanie Ferguson says
Oh my goodness! I love this wreath my friend, especially those speckled feathers that make a pop! Can’t wait for easter~ Thank you for sharing your talents!
Kristin | White Arrows Home says
This turned out so beautiful! I love the feathers, pussy willows and daffodils- I love it all! It is so inspiring to me!
What a beautiful wreath idea! I love the rustic vibe!
Kim | Shiplap and Shells says
You have such a way with wreath making, Jennifer. I love the combination of flowers, feathers, and Easter eggs. And the ribbon you choose is gorgeous. I can’t imagine how much a wreath like this would sell in a store. Happy Spring!
Wow, this looks so beautiful. I love how you used so many different elements to create such a pretty and interesting wreath. Gorgeous.
Jennifer, what a pretty spring wreath! It’s been years since I’ve made a wreath and you have inspired me to make one this year!
Kim Waldorf says
Such a pretty wreath, my friend! However, I don’t think Mother Nature listened!!! 😉
You did such a beautiful job on this wreath! It really has that spring feel and makes me want to get outside and go for a walk in the forest. I love the subtle, natural colours.
Friend, you knocked it out of the park once again. I love your pretty wreath. So perfect for spring. Here’s to hoping that your plan works and it encourages Mother Nature to send warmer weather to both of us, soon!
Happy to be hopping with you. Pinned!
Renae Frey says
This wreath is stunning! I love it. I would love to share this on my newsletter this week. Hugs and blessings to you.
Melaine Thompson says
To die for! Love it!
Leen Curinga says
I love this wreath, Jennifer! I reuse my wreaths too, I like changing them up.
I think the little feathers was such a clever addition to this pretty wreath!
Jennifer, what I love about your wreathes are the organic look to them. This wreath is beautiful. I love that you added Quail eggs to it. Recently, I saw Quail eggs for the first time in a grocery store. First time that I had ever seen them.
Jen this wreath is gorgeous!! I love the feathers and that ribbon! Such a beautiful job <3
RACHEL HARPER says
Your wreath looks so good. I love the rustic feel with the simple bow. Great job. So fun doing these together.