Easter Egg Wreath DIY

This blog will show you how to make your own DIY easter egg wreath using chicken wire. Just follow the step-by-step instructions below.



  • Experience Required: Low
  • Tools Required: Protective Gloves, Pliers, Wire Cutter, Glue Gun 
  • Materials Required: Chicken Wire, Plastic Eggs, Artificial Leaves, Bow

Step 1) Prepare Supplies


  • Gather everything you need for the project.


Step 2) Cut Out a Piece of Chicken Wire


  • Cut a piece of chicken wire, depending on the desired size of your wreath. 


Step 3) Add your Decorations


  • Arrange your decorations on top of the chicken wire. Start with the artificial leaves, and sit the eggs on top of them, creating a natural look. 


Step 4) Close the Chicken Wire


  • Start attaching the chicken wire together in the middle, forming a tube. Tie the ends together using a plier. 


Step 5) Continue Filling and Tying


  • Continue placing the decorations on the chicken wire and tying the ends together, until you reach the ends. 


Step 6) Attach the Ends


  • Once you filled the whole wreath, attach the ends together by tying together the loose pieces of wire.


Step 7) Attach the Bow


  • Once your wreath is secured together and bent into an egg shape, you can attach the bow on top of it using a glue gun. 


Step 8) Finished Wreath


  • Enjoy your finished DIY Easter egg wreath and feel free to hang it on your door. 




Tips and tricks

  • Use good quality wire cutters to make the process of cutting the chicken wire easier. If you are unsure, you can follow the instructions on how to cut chicken wire.
  • Get creative with your colour choices for the eggs and leaves to match your existing decor or create a vibrant Easter-themed palette.
  • Before you start attaching decorations, plan out the arrangement on the chicken wire to ensure a balanced and aesthetically pleasing design.
  • As you form the wreath shape, adjust the tension of the chicken wire to ensure it holds its form securely without being too tight or too loose.
  • When hanging your finished wreath, use a sturdy hook or door hanger capable of supporting its weight. Avoid placing it in direct sunlight or areas prone to moisture to preserve its longevity.
  • Consider adding additional embellishments such as ribbon, faux flowers, or seasonal ornaments to further personalize your wreath and make it uniquely yours. Utilize a chicken wire wreath frame for added stability and structure, ensuring your decorations stay securely in place.


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