In late January I started on a mesh wreath for Valentine’s Day but I just wasn’t feeling it. The pink just didn’t do it for me. So the wreath just sat in our foyer coat closet for the past month or so until this past weekend when I thought I might as well spruce it up for spring by making it into an Easter egg mesh wreath.
I headed out to a local craft store and picked up some blue and green mesh.
*if you need a full mesh wreath tutorial, click HERE.
deco mesh … craft store or here
wreath … here
greenery pins … here
How to Made an Easter Egg Mesh Wreath
First I applied the green deco mesh to the straw wreath form using greenery pins. Yeah, looking a little better.
Then I added the blue. Totally starting to come together, right?
To add a little bit of Easter flair, I picked up some egg picks from the Dollar Store. Four came in a pack for $1 each, quite the steal if you ask me.
I just used a pair of scissors to trim down the picks a little bit and stuck them straight into the wreath form.
Just make sure you pull the mesh aside so it’s easier to stick them in. I used 3 packs total and just spread them out evenly. Super easy.
And in no time I had a new Easter egg mesh wreath. Much better than before, right?
I just love how the colors pop against my black front door. And it only took me minutes to create this beauty! Several of my neighbors have already complimented me on it.