Homemade Easter wreath with Bostik

This months Bostik Bloggers theme was Easter.

So we all received a bundle of goodies including some Bostik products to craft something from them surprise bundle. After a bit of a think I decided to go with an Easter themed wreath for the kids door.

The wreath is so easy to make that even little hands can get involved.

What you need:

  • 1 Sheet of crafting foam
  • 3 Sheets of patterned paper
  • Ribbon
  • Bostik fine and wide glu pen
  • Plate
  • Pencil
  • Scissors

Step 1 –

Using the plate as a template, draw a circle on the foam. Cut this out and then cut a circle out of the middle to make a ring.

Step 2 –

On your sheets of paper draw and cut out egg shapes. I drew one and used this as a template however I am sure you could download a template from online if you get stuck! Cut these all out.

Step 3 –

Now you are ready to assemble! Using the Bostik glue run a small line along part of your foam ring and place your first egg. Then you carry on doing this the whole way round alternating your egg patterns. Leave this a few minutes to dry.

Easter Wreath
Step 4 –

On the back of your foam ring, glue down your ribbon to create a loop.

Step 5 –

Display with pride 🙂

Easter Wreath
As I said this is super easy to make and a fun craft for the Easter, so why not give it a go during the Easter break.

If you are looking for more inspiration on crafting, why not head over to my Pinterest for more inspiration.

Easter Wreath

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