Super Easy Dollar Store Easter Wreath DIY

It's our Int'l Bloggers Club challenge this first Monday of Spring and the theme this month is EGGcellent Hoppity Easter. I was a little panicked as my office/craft room is in complete shambles right now because it's being painted.



Thankfully I managed to dig up some craft supplies among the rubble that I purchased last year and made a super easy DIY Easter wreath. It is made with dollar store finds so it's also super cheap to make too!



This super easy DIY Easter OR Spring door wreath is an EGGcellent budget-friendly five minute craft using just three items from the dollar store.

Super Easy Dollar Store Easter Wreath DIY

If you haven't heard of our Int'l Bloggers Club, we are a group of blogging friends from around the globe who come together on the third Monday of every month to share a themed DIY project.



We have members from Spain, South Africa, Australia, the USA, and Canada. The theme for our last challenge was Vintage Valentine and I made a pretty Vintage Style Valentine Door Hanger. I'll be sharing links to my talented friend's Easter projects later in the post.



Before we get into the nitty-gritty of how to make this Easter | Spring Door Wreath, almost all of the DIY projects shared here at Interior Frugalista have step-by-step tutorials so why not get your budget DIY on and subscribe. You can also follow us on Pinterest, Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube.



What You'll Need To Make It

These are the dollar store supplies I used to make the handmade wreath. They contain affiliate links so you can see similar products to make it in case you can't find them locally. As an Amazon Associate, I earn a small commission from qualifying purchases at no extra cost to you.



This super easy DIY Easter OR Spring door wreath is an EGGcellent budget-friendly five minute craft using just three items from the dollar store.

Supply List



I love the simplicity of this Miniature Easter Egg Wreath and the fullness of the egg embellished picks. At only 8-inches in diameter, it's the perfect size wreath to hang on a mirror or cupboard door.



This super easy DIY Easter OR Spring door wreath is an EGGcellent budget-friendly five minute craft using just three items from the dollar store.

How To Make A DIY Easter Wreath

Seriously, all that's involved in making this super easy wreath is to wrap two different styles of Easter egg floral picks around the grapevine wreath. If you want it nice and full, you'll need three of each style for an 8-inch wreath form.



This super easy DIY Easter OR Spring door wreath is an EGGcellent budget-friendly five minute craft using just three items from the dollar store.

Have the floral picks face the same direction and secure them to the wreath form with black craft wire.



This super easy DIY Easter OR Spring door wreath is an EGGcellent budget-friendly five minute craft using just three items from the dollar store.

Layer the next style of floral picks and wire them onto the wreath form. Fluff the picks to your liking to make the wreath nice and full. Make a loop on the back with florist wire for a hanger and that's it, you're done! No bow, no fuss!



One of my favorite craft projects is making budget-friendly seasonal wreaths for our home. I made this Spring Garden Lovers Wreath with dollar store finds as well. For more Spring and Easter decorating inspiration visit my Spring and |Easter DIY Ideas page or my Seasonal Crafts Board on Pinterest.



Thanks for stopping by the Interior Frugalista today. I hope you were inspired by the Simple DIY Spring Wreath. If you have any questions, please leave them in the comment section below or the Contact Me tab at the top to drop me an email. I love hearing from you!



If you enjoyed this cheap and easy wreath idea, I'd be so thankful if you shared it with a friend and pinned it to your DIY Wreath Ideas or DIY Spring|Easter Decor board on Pinterest.




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This super easy DIY Easter OR Spring door wreath is an EGGcellent budget-friendly five minute craft using just three items from the dollar store. #springwreathdiy #springcraft #fiveminutecraft


Now let's see what my talented friend's made for our Eggcellent Hoppity Easter challenge by clicking the links below.

International Bloggers Club EGGcellent Easter Challenge

Giant Faux Concrete Easter Egg | A Crafty Mix

Dollar Store Wooden Easter Bunny Buffalo Check Makeover | Faeries and Fauna

DIY Farmhouse Topiary Easter Bunny Bucket | Raggedy Bits

Rustic Fun Easter Decorations | Unique Creations By Anita

Super Easy Dollar Store Easter Wreath" | Interior Frugalista



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  1. I'm not a big fan of wreaths, but I would put this little one on my door any day of the week. She looks so happy and free. Kinda like a boho gypsy dressed in pastels doing a rain dance ;-)

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    1. You just made my morning, Michelle! I almost spit my coffee all over my computer screen. LOL

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  2. Your so very talented when using dollar store craft supplies. I always think about what you would make when looking in there, especially the little bird houses and anything wood. This wreath is lovely especially with the little seed pearls around the outside, it reminds me of the little wreaths you buy at a local gift shop for Much more.

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    1. Thank you so much, Leanna, I'm glad you like my simple little wreath. Girl, the dollar store craft talent goes right back to you! Case in point, your adorable dollar store Easter craft today! Oftentimes, I'll see your dollar store ideas and think, I walked right past that item and never would have thought to do that with it.

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  3. That's beautiful Marie, the perfect simple Easter wreath xo

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    1. Thanks so much, Susan, I'm glad you like it! It's all about using what we have on hand these days.

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    1. Thank you my friend, it makes me smile that you like it and popped over for a visit! xo

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  5. This is gorgeous Marie, I love the colours you chose. We never see pretty colours like that over here. And you water wall is amazing, I have never seen anything like that. I must admit I will be stealing that idea for a future project.

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    1. Thanks Anita, I was thrilled to find the supplies in my stash to make it. Glad you like the water wall too. Remember to put your own spin on that original idea 😉

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  6. This is so pretty Marie! I just donated my very old Easter wreath because it had seen better days so I may need to make this!

    Tania

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    1. Thanks Tania, I'm glad you like it! Happy wreath making 😊

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  7. I love this wreath. Thank you for sharing

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    1. Thank you, Rebecca, I'm glad you like it and appreciate you popping over for a visit! 😊

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  8. This turned out so cute! I love the colors ;-)

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    1. Thanks Christina, it was a fun project to keep the mind of off the current state of affairs.

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  9. This is just beautiful! Absolutely love the colours that you used and sure to bring lots of smiles this Easter!

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    1. Thank you, Sam, I'm glad you like it! This challenge helped me get my crafting mojo back.

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  10. I had to reread that all your supplies are from the dollar store? I would have never known, this is so fresh and pretty! Love the idea of bringing bloggers from around the world to one spot too.
    Pamela ~ DIY Vibes

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    1. Thanks Pam! Here in Canada we have Dollarama, an amazing dollar store chain filled with great crafting supplies. It's my second home and rarely do I walk out of there with just one bag.

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  11. Thanks so much for sharing with us at the To Grandma's house we go link party. I will be featuring you next week on my blog, Instagram and Facebook! :)

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    1. Thank you so much, Tarahlynn, I'm thrilled! Have a nice weekend 😄

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  12. Thank you for sharing at #OverTheMoon. Pinned and shared. Have a lovely week. I hope to see you at next week’s party too! Pleas stay safe and healthy. Come party with us at Over The Moon! Catapult your content Over The Moon! @marilyn_lesniak @EclecticRedBarn

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  13. Absolutely love the colours of this wreath! So fresh and springlike!

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    1. Thank you so much, Jo, the pop of color makes me happy while still being knee deep in snow.

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  14. This turned out so cute, and I love the color of the eggs. Beautiful inspiration.

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    1. Thank you very much, I'm glad you like it. Super quick and easy wreath to make!

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  15. This is a beautiful wreath - I love the "eggs", colors and the simplicity of it. Picked this as one of my features at this week's party. Going to keep my eyes peeled for similar stems too.

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    1. Thank you very much, Alexandra, both for the kind words and the feature! xo

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  16. Sorry this is so late! Thank you for sharing at #OverTheMoon. Pinned and shared. Have a lovely week. I hope to see you at next week’s party too! Please stay safe and healthy. Come party with us at Over The Moon! Catapult your content Over The Moon! @marilyn_lesniak @EclecticRedBarn

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    1. Thanks for the pin and the share, Marilyn, and have a lovely Sunday!

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  17. I'm featuring you this week! Thanks for sharing with us at the To Grandma's house we go link party!

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  18. This is such a sweet and dainty little wreath. I love it! I will be looking for those egg picks the next time I am at the dollar store. I will be sharing this post on FB later this week if that is okay with you. Thanks so much for sharing with us at #HomeMattersParty

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    1. Thanks Donna, I hope you find the egg picks at your dollar store!

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