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Easter Chick Spring Wreath

This past week the weather has been so lovely, really has put me in the mood for spring! Chirping chicks are just around the corner, and I couldn’t wait to get ready for spring with a cute Easter Chick Spring Wreath.

Chick spring Easter Wreath

Y’all know how much I love a cute wreath, so I dug through my fabric scraps and hauled out the cutest combination of spring colors I could find. The perfect thing about making a scrap fabric wreath is you don’t need a lot of any one pattern. My strips are approx. 2″ wide by 18″ long. The ends are hot glued together on the backside of the wreath as I wrapped them around.

Spring Easter Chick Wreath

Aren’t these little pom pom chicks the cutest?! I’d love to take credit for making them, but I picked them up for $1.50 at my local fabric store. You can check out this Pom-Pom Chick tutorial and this fluffy pom pom tutorial to make your own.  Or you could mix it up and try these super cute pom pom bunnies.

I also have to let you in on my best Easter find this year… Walmart has paintable Easter Eggs, 12 for $2! They look and feel like a real egg, but no boiling and blowing them out, win, win!

How to attach the birds to the Easter wreath

I used a Make It Fun Foam wreath to start, so I just snipped a tiny hole in the fabric and poked a small piece of dowel into the wreath to create a perch for the chicks. Since they have wire feet I was able to bend their toes around the dowel and hot glue in place.

I then hot glued the painted eggs around the chicks to make them look like they are sitting in the eggs.

Spring Easter Chick Wreath

I strung this Easter Chick Spring Wreath up with May Arts Turquoise Ruffle Edge Sheer  and a cute pink and yellow Twill Chevron bow.

Easter Spring Easter Chick wreath with Eggs and Daffodils.

Using dollar store daffodils to fill in the holes, added another spring element to this little easter wreath.

Spring Easter Chick Wreath

I just love my new Spring wreath, I can’t wait to get the rest of my decorations up. It will go great with my Spring flower wreath.

You can see all my wreaths in the Wreath Project Gallery.

That isn’t all I have for you…

Hop (no pun intended) to all these fabulous blogs to get filled up on loads of Easter inspiration

17 super cute Easter ideas
 From Top to Bottom, Left to Right:
Pastel and Gold Painted Flower Pots by Happy Go Lucky
Spring Chick Wreath by Fynes Designs
Simple Bunny Garland by Lil Mrs Tori
DIY: Peek-A-Boo Bunny Bag by Minted Strawberry
Pom Pom Tail Easter Bunny Printable by TitiCrafty
Easter Bible Verse Printable by A Cup Full of Sass
Felt Bunny Pouch for Easter Treats by Do Small Things with Love
Gold & Watercolor Geometric Bunny Art by Spool and Spoon
Moss and Twine Wrapped Easter Bunny by The Southern Couture
Spring Keychains by The DIY Dreamer
Cross Canvas by Vintage Gwen
DIY Ribbon Bunny Easter Wreath by Sweet Tea & Saving Grace
Floral Chalkboard Easter Prints by Dawn Nicole
Quilted Easter Decor by Nap-Time Creations
Crochet Egg Garland by 4 You With Love
Easter Bunny K-Cup Sleeves with Free Cut File by Pitter and Glink
Paper Easter Baskets by Crafting in the Rain

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  1. I needed this today to counteract all the snow! Thanks for sending a whiff of spring my way. 🙂

  2. Your wreath is so adorable. Love the colours and those little chicks are super cute.

  3. Virginia, I just LOVE this wreath so much!!! Thank you for being a part of the blog hop. Hugs!!!

  4. I love how you wrapped the wrap with colorful spring inspired fabric! What an awesome way to use up all the small bits of scraps we have laying around.

    The little chicks are super cute too! It’s is wonderful when you can find pre-made pieces that work with your idea?

  5. A lot of fun projects to do! I love the wreath. It’s so cute. Thank you for linking up to Party Time and we hope to see you again next week!

  6. This is such a cute wreath! I love the two cute chicks! I pinned it to my Easter board. I’ll need the inspiration to make a new Easter wreath next year. 🙂

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