DIY Easter Egg Wreath

Are you looking for a unique look for your door wreath this Easter? Try this DIY Easter Egg Wreath that is easy to make and will hold up year after year. Try something different this year with a handmade wreath to decorate your door.


  • 20 to 25 skeins of pastel colored embroidery floss
  • 1/2 cup of all purpose flour
  • 1 cup Sta-Flo liquid starch
  • Hot glue
  • Wax paper
  • Water balloons
  • Full-sized balloons


Step 1: Mix together the Sta-Flo liquid starch and all purpose flower to make a starchy mixture. Place one skein of embroidery floss into the mixture by unraveling it into nice loops. TIPS: Don’t just dunk the floss or it will become a gloppy mess.

Step 2: Fill your balloon with water and air. Take the floss from the mixture, squeeze the excess mixture off, and begin wrapping it around the balloon.

Step 3: Let the floss wrapped balloon dry over night on wax paper.

Step 4: The next morning flip the eggs and let them continue drying for a few hours.

Step 5: Now that the floss is completely dry, pop the balloons, and carefully remove it from the floss using a needle or toothpick. TIPS: Push the balloon away from the floss to loosen it.

Step 6: Arrange the egg shaped floss into a wreath, and once you have your desired look hot glue the egg shapes together.

Step 7: Hang your wreath!

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Make Your Wreath Today

Try this great craft today and decorate your door with a beautiful handmade wreath. You can try using an air pump instead of water for the water balloons because it can be tricky to blow them up to make the correct shape. Also, don’t fill up the full-sized balloon to much with air because they will look like spheres instead of eggs. Make you tie both balloons tight so that don’t leak air and deflate before your string dries.

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March 27, 2023
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