Spring is on the horizon and Easter is around the corner so I made this super easy scrap wood wreath with plastic eggs for the door. Of course you could make the wood wreath and fill it with anything but I thought Easter eggs would be a great fit.
It makes a super fun and colorful addition to the door plus it only cost me $4 for the eggs! I had some green paper gift box filler that I shoved in between the eggs and it works great to fill in the gaps and adds texture.
Below are the step by step instructions to make the plastic egg wreath:
Step 1: Use 1x4 scrap wood to make a square from 2 - 14" pieces and 2 - 7" pieces. Attach the shorter sides to the long sides using wood glue and 1 1/4" pocket hole screws.
Step 2: Add 1 3/8" x 1/4" flat molding around the edges to create the sides. Use wood glue and 1 1/4" finish nails.
Step 3: Hot glue plastic eggs in place.
Step 4: Shove easter grass filler in between the eggs.
Step 5: Add a hanging wire to the back. Staple ribbon at the back corners and tie in a bow at center.
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