Hello Friends and Happy March 🌸

Easter is right around the corner and in preparation we we’re challenged to do something creative with Easter Eggs.

Our monthly challenges are hosted by Terrie at Decorate and More with Tip. Don’t forget to scroll to the end of this post and check out all of my amazing blogging friends projects!

If you are coming here from Jessica’s page, thank you! 

I love Jessica’s primitive speckled eggs. Her blog and IG pages are full of fabulous vintage touches.

In typical Danya style I waited until the last minute 🤦🏻‍♀️! Since I added the extra challenge of limited time, I decided to make a small and inexpensive Easter wreath.

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Items used:

  • Wreath from Dollar General ($1)
  • Plastic Eggs from Dollar General ($2)
  • Glue gun
  • Floral wire
  • Flowers from Walmart ($1 a bundle x 2 per wreath)
  • Paint (~$4)
  • Scissors

I started by spray painting my eggs. You could use them as purchased, but I wanted white and I kept the blush colored ones as is.

I then took apart my mixed berry bundle and my flower bundle and tucked them into place. I secured them with the wire and then added the flowers.

After my eggs were dry I used the glue gun and glued a few eggs in place.

Simple as that!! For around $14 I was able to make 2 wreaths.

Thanks for stopping by!!!

I can’t wait to see how your projects turn out 🥳. Be sure to tag me so I don’t miss it.

Thanks for stopping by!!! Don’t forget to keep scrolling and check out all of the other amazing  DIY’s and how they were used!


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 Terrie – Decorate and More with Tip


  1. Danya I never thought about using spray paint! genius girl!! That would make it so much easier than painting them with a brush. Love it!

    Your wreath is so cute! I love how it looks every where you placed it but my favorite is on your island. That looks beautiful.

    Thanks for joining me on this challenge it is always fun working with you!


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