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Five Minute Dollar Store DIY Spring Easter Wreath

Short on time? I will show you how to make this 5 minute dollar store spring wreath fast!

Spring is almost definitely my favourite season.

Of course, summer gives it a run for it’s money. I love summer as well.

But I think there is something about the fresh crisp sunny days of spring, and the hope of new life that you see with each plant that begins blooming and leafing out… it is probably the most uplifting season to say the least.

We have had such a mild winter around here that spring seems to be coming very early this year. Even our forsythia is starting to bloom!

We’ve been known to get the odd random snowfall in March after a very warm February, but I don’t think we will see that this year. I feel like it is smooth sailing all the way to a warm summer now.

And I am ready to bring spring back to our house – outdoors and in!

One of the easiest and quickest ways to do that is with a new DIY wreath… like this Five Minute Dollar Store DIY Spring Easter Wreath…

Five Minute Dollar Store DIY Spring Easter Wreath graphic.

I started out with a grapevine wreath form that I already had (I keep my eye out for them at garage sales and thrift stores to keep my expenses down). I also bought a long swag of faux greenery from my local Dollarama as well as six “stems” of white berries and Easter eggs. I also used some green and white chevron ribbon from my stash from last year.

Grapevine wreath, faux greenery and white Easter eggs beside it.

First I wrapped the greenery swag around and around the wreath, tucking it in amongst the grapevine branches to hold it in place.

Wrapping the faux greenery around the grapevine wreath.

Then I bent my Easter eggs/berry “stems” into a rounded shape and attached them to the grapevine wreath form by tucking the end piece in amongst the tangled up grapevines. Because these “stems” are wired they hold nicely in place.

Wrapping the glittery Easter eggs around the wreath.

I layered the Easter egg/berry “stems” on top of one another, as you can see in the picture below. I have two of my six “stems” attached in this image below.

Layering more faux greenery over top on the wreath.

I kept working away until all six “stems” had been overlapped and attached and then adjusted it to make it look as even as possible.

Lastly, I attached a loop of ribbon to hang it with, and then wrapped another loop of ribbon around that to create the bow. I actually used a small safety pin from behind to keep the first loop of ribbon connected tightly just above where it loops onto the wreath form.

Tying a green and white ribbon to the top of the wreath for hanging.


I love how fresh and crisp the green and white is… it reminds me of all the white crocuses and snowdrops I see popping up in people’s gardens in the early spring.

The spring wreath hanging on a wooden door.

Up close picture of the white Easter eggs on the wreath.

The spring wreath hanging on the outside of the door.

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How to make your own Five Minute Dollar Store DIY Spring Easter Wreath at thehappyhousie.com

 I also made this Spring Forsythia Wreath using dollar store finds!!

Five Minute Dollar Store Spring Forsythia Wreath hanging on a chalkboard.

I am sharing this as part of the Get Your DIY On Challenge: Spring Wreaths.


Check out what my lovely cohosts came up with for this challenge:

Get Your DIY On Spring Wreaths.

Spring Tulip Basket at Confessions of a Serial DIY-er

20 Minute Spring Wreath at House by Hoff

Sweet and Simple Spring Wreath at Just a Girl and Her Blog

Five Minute Dollar Store DIY Easter Spring Wreath at The Happy Housie (you are here!)

Spring Picnic Basket Wreath at The Hankful House

I can’t wait to see all the amazing wreath ideas that we have shared with us this coming Sunday! Be sure to come back and share yours!

Even if you aren’t a blogger, share a picture of your spring wreath with me on my Facebook page. I would love to see what you have come up with!

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  1. Ohhhh — Love this wreath! Green is my favorite color and this looks so natural and beautiful! I’m definitely going to have to start scoping out the thrift stores/garage sales for grapevine wreaths. They get so expensive and I love making wreaths! 😀

    1. Wow, what a deal on a grapevine form! I have seen them at our Dollar Tree as well, come to think of it but haven’t checked lately. Great tip!!

    1. Thank you Kendra- I guess you likely don’t have much spring spurting up in your neck’o’the woods, yet, though?? Have a great weekend as well!! (1 week until Spring Break here:-)

    1. Thanks Mandy! I am ready for the transformation in my outside world as well:) Though I can’t complain, we really have had a super mild winter!! (though not mild by Arizona standards, I imagine:)

    1. Thanks Christy:) I love that ribbon – I ordered it in about four colours. lol – because one is never enough;)

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