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With Easter just around the corner, it’s time to get creative and add a touch of spring to your home with this simple DIY Easter Egg Moss Wreath. This wreath is super cute and very simple to make. Most materials used are from the Dollar store, making it very cost-effective.

You can hang it on the front door or your living room mantle, but whatever you decide, it’s guaranteed to give your home a fresh, seasonal look.

Here’s a quick guide on how to make this easy easter egg moss wreath.

easter moss wreath


  • Grapevine Wreath (find it here)
  • Easter Eggs
  • Easter Egg sign
  • Moss (find it here)
  • Scissors
  • Hot Glue Gun (find it here)
  • Glue sticks
  • Pink Burlap Ribbon
  • Zip tie
easter moss wreath

Most of these supplies were purchased at Dollar Tree. I have also provided links to Amazon for convenient online shopping.

How to Make a DIY Easter Wreath

Step 1: Prep with Moss

Begin by adding moss the entire grapevine wreath, leaving a spot open on the top for the bow. Work in sections for this step. Apply hot glue to the grapevines and carefully place the moss on top, ensuring it sticks.

Don’t worry if some falls off; you can either reattach it with hot glue or tuck it between the grapevines. Patience is key here! If your hot glue gets stringy, take your time to remove any excess to avoid tangling with the moss.

easter moss wreath

Step 2: Decorate with Eggs

Once the wreath is mostly covered with moss, start adding your Easter eggs with hot glue. Randomly distribute them around the wreath, avoiding placing similar colors next to each other.

easter moss wreath

Step 3: Craft the Bow

Using wired burlap ribbon will make making the bow easier. Create several loops and secure them together with a zip tie. Cut another piece of ribbon for the tails and wrap it over the zip tie, concealing it. Use a dab of hot glue to secure the burlap ribbon in the center of the bow. Trim the tails to your preferred length.

easter moss wreath

Step 4: Attach the Easter Egg Sign

Remove the jute piece from the top of the sign (keep it handy for later). Insert the bottom section of the sign into the grapevines, securing it with hot glue if needed.

Take the jute piece and thread it through one of the sign’s holes, then through a piece of grapevine, and back through the other hole. Apply hot glue where the sign meets the wreath to keep it in place.

easter moss wreath
easter moss wreath
easter moss wreath
easter moss wreath

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Tamara White is the creator and founder of The Thrifty Apartment, a home decor and DIY blog that focuses on affordable and budget-friendly home decorating ideas and projects. Tamara documents her home improvement journey, love of thrifting, tips for space optimization, and creating beautiful spaces.

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