Here is an Easter wreath craft that is quick, easy, and fun to work on with your kids. All you need are some foam egg shapes, decorative stickers, tacky glue, and ribbon! I bought pre-cut foam eggs and foam stickers from JoAnn, but you could also cut out your own eggs with foam sheets or even cardstock. This craft took about 30 minutes.
1. I started with these foam eggs from Joann's Holiday Inspirations line. You'll see that nearly half of the eggs have glitter and the other ones are plain. I love pre-cut foam, especially when you have small kids at home and don't have time to cut a bunch of shapes. 🙂
2. Lay them out in a circular pattern first, before you glue them down. This is important because you want to make sure they are adequately spaced. I used an alternating pattern of colors, and also put the glittery eggs next to the plain eggs for more contrast.
3. Once you've laid the eggs (no pun intended!) down, you can start to glue them together with tacky glue. I used Aleene's tacky glue, which you can purchase from a craft store or Amazon.com. You kind of have to eyeball where the top egg with land on the lower egg when you squeeze the glue out onto the lower egg.
4. After you glue all the pieces together, you'll have a bare wreath that needs some decoration! 🙂
5. This step will be the most fun for your kids. I used self-adhesive foam stickers, also from Joann's Holiday Inspirations line. I decided to leave the green foam stickers out, since the wreath is blue, pink, yellow, and white.
6. Now, you can place the foam stickers on the wreath!
7. I cut some pink ribbon, added some glue dots to the ribbon and adhered it to the back of the wreath to hang.
That's it! It's a quick and easy Easter wreath craft you can put together with your kids. My kids loved the bright Easter colors and adorable Easter bunnies and chicks on this wreath.
Craft Supply List
- Foam egg shapes
- Self-adhesive foam stickers
- Tacky glue
- 2 glue dots
Happy Easter and happy crafting!