Floral Wreath Crowned Easter Eggs DIY

I was going to let this Easter go by without my own Easter Egg design. There’s so much pattern writing to do! But, I got this little floral wreath crown idea in my head and, well, you know. Sometimes, I think making a new project is a little bit like opening up a big bar of chocolate . . .there is such immediate joy and sweetness in experiencing a small idea’s journey into something real. This little project was a welcome diversion from a huge mountain of work. And, really, didn’t these little gals just have to come to life?  I think so!
I loved making their sweet little faces.  I am utterly convinced that every Easter table needs a slew of them.
Sarah inspired me with her glitter crowned egg king which I shared last week. In my dreams, that dashing egg fellow and one of my little darlings meet up and live happily ever after. This charming egg maiden deserves it, doesn’t she?

I think so!  Luckily for my schedule, the crowned eggs were a breeze to make. Those bitty crowns take about 5 minutes. Easy peasy!

Floral Wreath Crowned Easter Egg DIY

Baby’s Breath
Two 6″ pieces of 28 gauge wire
Permanent marker

Cut small pieces of baby’s breath.
 Use one piece of wire to make a circle to fit the top of your egg.

Twist the ends around each other to secure.

Use second piece of wire to wrap cut pieces of baby’s breath to the circle.

Overlap the pieces of baby’s breath, wrapping the wire around the pieces as you go.
When you come back to the beginning, cut wire and tuck in end.

Draw face, place crown and display.

Oh, I’m so in love with these little gals!

  1. These are adorable, Anne! They really look sweet in the egg cups. :)

    • anne

      Thanks so much Claire. I think I’m in love with them, too!

  2. Oh my gosh, Anne, they are so-so-SO cute!

  3. Lori

    This is adorable. I may just have to go back and add it to my “Easter Egg Envy” post!

    • Thanks Lori! I’m usually hyper-critical of the things I make, but I am truly enamored with these! Thanks so much for taking the time to leave me a comment!

  4. Jennifer

    These are so, so cute! Love the expressions!

    • Thanks Jennifer! They are so much fun to make!


  6. Sue

    Thankyou, I just love the expression, so angelic.

    • Your welcome, Sue! Thanks for your comment!

  7. Lee B

    Anne, These are so adorable I immediately thought I’d love to make one for each place setting at my Easter table! Have you peeled one to see if the permanent marker seeps through onto the egg? I can just picture one of my brothers deciding to eat one while I’m in the kitchen, and want to make sure it’s safe. If I’m not sure, I’ll just move them away from the table. thanks for a very cute and quick idea! – Lee

    • Hi Lee,
      I’m so glad that you like them. I haven’t chcked to see if it seeps through. I don’t think it would though. I also didn’t use a thick sharpie. It was a fine point art pen, so maybe that would make a difference, too. Have fun!

  8. Jeanine

    Thank you soo very much for sharing these sweet treats! They are just adorable. Just the other day I picked up a small bunch of teeny flower & vines just like these, from a thrift store; without a DIY in mind. This tutorial is exactly what i was looking for, without looking for it. I was skimming the pics of Craft Gawker & found this! My teen with be recieving these in her Easter basket this year. Many mnay thanks, as it is difficult to please a teen these days. I know this will be perfect!!!! TY! & Happy Easter ;)

  9. Dhini

    what a cute

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  16. Love it so so so so so so much! :) Beautiful idea and beautiful result :))

    • Aga! Thank you so much. I appreciate your taking the time to leave a comment. You’re so sweet!

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  19. Petra

    Hi Anne,

    beautiful! Featured in out Easter egg roundup today!

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  23. These are just adorable!!!! I think you might’ve convinced me to wear a baby wreath crown on my wedding day from these pics! No joke! :)

    • Thank you! You are so sweet! Make one and see what you think!

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  25. martinev59

    thank you,so nice!

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  32. Mavis In Canada

    Must congratulate you on your beautiful ideas.
    Those must be the cutest eggs I’ve ever seen.

    • Thanks so much, Mavis! I love them too ;)

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