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Make a Washi Tape Spring Egg Wreath!

I adore washi tape!

It’s so bright and colorful AND there are so many things you can make with it!!

I thought it might be fun to make a Washi Tape Spring Wreath.

You can buy all-white plastic eggs. I found mine at Hobby Lobby. They were less than 60 cents per bag of 12. But, if you have some left-over colored eggs, you spray paint those white.

Here’s what I did:

  • I took a wreath form and wrapped it with some bright pink ribbon.

  • Then I wrapped the eggs with the washi tape. The trick to smooth tape on the eggs, is to start at the base of the egg, then pull the tape taut as you wrap it around the egg. Once it is wrapped, smooth the tape with your fingers. If there are still wrinkles,  use your nails to smooth out the wrinkles.
  • Then all you do is hot glue the eggs onto the wreath form.

  • The last thing I did was added a little pinwheels and some ribbon to the front.

I love seeing all of the different colors and patterns in the washi tape.

If you are wondering where to buy washi tape — Here’s are some of my favorite places:

Cute Tape on etsy

Heidi Swapp Washi Tape on Amazon

xoxo

Have a Beautiful Day!!!

And if you are looking for more ideas of what you can make with Washi Tape, here are a few projects I have made:

Washi Tape Clock

Washi Tape Topiaries

Washi Tape Gallery Wall

Washi Tape Cupcake Tower

Washi Tape Birthday Lanterns

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  4. What a great way to use washi / decorative tape, I will definitely share with our http://www.FotoBella.com friends.

  5. Love your Easter wreath! Just made our own, you can check it out here: http://www.littlehouseonthecorner.com/happy-easter/
    Thanks so much for sharing!

  6. how many bags did u use. i went and got 2 bags? i’m just gonna follow everything you did cuz its {AD0RABLE}

  7. I love it! Its very springy! I think I need a trip to the hobby lobby!

  8. Diane Murray says:

    This was one of my favorite Easter wreaths! Very Cheery.

  9. I love your Washi Tape Spring Egg Wreath and featured it in a Spring Wreath Pinterest Round Up on my blog! http://www.thelovenerds.com/2013/03/spring-wreaths-weekend-pinterest-round.html

    Maggie @ thelovenerds.com

  10. teresacochran@mac.com says:

    Can you tell me what color paint you used for your door? I love it!

  11. Love this! So bright and fun! I’m always envious of people’s “wreath creativity.” You should see the lame thing I have hanging on my front door right now… one day I will get my act together and pretty up my front door!

    I’d be thrilled if you’d link up at this week’s Off the Hook!

  12. Thanks for sharing. The amount of ribbon, and size of form?

    • Hi Darla!!

      I think the wreath form was 12 inches in diameter and I used a couple yards of each of the ribbon. You can buy the ribbon at your craft store on spools. So just bu 2-3 spools of coordinating ribbon :)

      xoo

  13. Gorgeous! I love that you used washi tape in it. I featured your wreath on my blog this week in my Weekly Inspiration post. I’d love for you to stop by and take a peek:

    http://www.sewcreativeblog.com/weekly-inspiration-easter-wreaths-door-decorations/

    Best Wishes,

    Crystal

  14. How pretty. Lovely colors for spring. Your creativity is great! Thanks for sharing (especially sources for supplies.

  15. This is so cute jen! Not sure why I’m just seeing this for the first time, but glad I did :)

  16. Thank you for sharing your washi tape project, it’s very inspirational. ^_^

  17. heartlandmom says:

    You are really talented. I can’t imagine doing a project EVERY day, and having the time to photograph it and upload with instructions. Your projects are adorable. Thanks for sharing.

  18. What a cute idea!!! I wish I would have found this sooner, I would have made it for Easter, so colorful and fun. :)

  19. This is possibly the cutest easter craft I have seen in a long time. Gorgeous!!!

  20. Happy Monday! Your Easter eggs are included on my list of 101 Things to do with an Easter egg today! Come by and have a look!

    http://sassysites.blogspot.com/2012/04/101-things-to-do-with-easter-egg.html

    xoxo! Marni @ Sassy Sites!

  21. Jeanette Deese says:

    Love this. So simple and inexpensive to make.

  22. You are so creative. Love this color impact.
    I will definitely stop back by!

  23. Just wanted to let you know that I featured your adorable wreath on my blog!

  24. I am loving the washi spring wreath. Usually I don’t like wreaths for some reason, but this one looks like so much fun! Thanks for the great idea!!!

  25. I loved this wreath so much. it inspired me to do my own.
    Thanks!

  26. I absolutely adore this wreath, it is so bright and funky! I just had to feature it today in my favourite easter crafts wrap up. Feel free to check it out if you want.

    http://michellescraft.blogspot.com.au/2012/03/favourite-easter-crafts.html

  27. absolutely darling! that easter wreath!!!! love it so much.

  28. What a beautiful wreath….and now I want a turquoise door!

  29. How absolutely ADORABLE!! You are welcome to link this up at my turquoise lovin’ party!! :) I also had a question if you have a chance to get back to me…I was wondering if you know of any cool places to get unique scrapbook paper…I’ve been looking everywhere and can’t find things like chevron or the fun new patterns that are out there. Do you have to print the digital ones to get those? Would appreciate any feedback you can give me on this…thanks!! HUGS….love your site!

  30. Got your blog last night & ordered $75 worth. WoW!! I didnt have any and donating I’ll use it. Never heard about sizes to get so I winged it. Thanks for tips

  31. Darling wreath! Love the fun colors!

    Aloha,
    charlie

  32. so cute Jen!!

  33. Carmel Keane says:

    Any idea how many eggs you used? They are not that cheap in NZ and would like to see if this is economical – ‘cos I LOVE it!

    • I think there is about 40 eggs on it. I bought my eggs at Hobby Lobby. They were like 80 cents a package of 12 but then an additional 40% off last week. They are probably still on sale I would bet.

      xoxo

      • I take that back. I just counted them and there are 60 eggs. But if you used a smaller wreath form you could use less eggs too. And you can buy wreath forms at The Dollar Store. That will save you money too :)

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  34. this is sooooo cute!! thanks for sharing!!

  35. oh my goodness that’s a LOT of work! Looks awesome!

  36. Never heard where to get washi tape or to use it?? Thank you. all these Easter ideas are super/delicious. What size tape do you suggest?

    • Hi Susan!!

      If you are going totry wrapping eggs with washi tape, I recommend using thin washi tape. It’s easier to wrap a circular object with thinner tape :)

      xox

  37. This is super cute. I am not usually a “bold and bright” girl but this wreath on your aqua door is playful and fun. I’d like to know where you find your Washi tape or I guess your favorite source. I can’t seem to find a source that has a large amount of colors I like.

    • Hi Danee!!

      I got my washi tape through Cute Tape -http://www.cutetape.com/shop/. You can get 3 rolls for between $4 – $8. The rolls last forever. I’ve been using the same rolls on about 15 projects this year and they are still at least half way full. If you search etsy, tons of shops will come up :)

      xoxo

  38. Hey Jen! Can’t wait to see you at SNAP. Thanks for all your hard work for the event. I’m beyond excited to be going.

  39. So pretty and colorful! Makes me realize I need to get started on my Spring/Easter decorating!

  40. Beyond adorable, Jen!

  41. LOVE this idea… I must go buy some washi tape asap!

  42. So beautiful Jen!

  43. What a great idea! Love this. It looks so easy to create, too!

  44. Jen, that is so creative! I just love all the projects that you make :)

  45. So cute Jen! I love the white eggs with the colorful tape! Such a fun wreath!

  46. That is such a cute idea! I saw some washi tape at JoAnn’s and was just looking at it thinking how cute it looked but didn’t buy it because I didn’t know what to do with it. I think I should go back and get it! :) I would love for you to share this at my link party http://thewinthropchronicles.blogspot.com/2012/03/share-it-link-party-3.html

    And by the way I love your turquoise door!

  47. Too cute! and so simple!

  48. That wreath is adorable Jen! I love the white eggs and all the cute different patterns!

  49. I love this!!!! So bright and colorful!

  50. This is ADORABLE!!! I have never seen white plastic eggs though. Where did you find these?

    • Hi Sabrina!!

      I found the white plastic eggs at Hobby Lobby — they were 60 cents for 12. Or, you can spray paint colored eggs white :)

      xoxoxo

  51. Your wreath is just adorable!!! Love the bright and festive look for Easter!!!
    Thanks for sharing!

    Rene’ xo

  52. That is adorable, love it!

  53. are you kidding me?

    this is just adorable in every way possible.

    jen, you are so stickin’ clever!

    xo
    kellie

    can’t wait to see you in t-minus 30 days!!!

  54. LOVE this, Jen. Love how whimsical, happy and fresh it is!:)

  55. I’ve got to check out this Washi Tape – it’s taking over the crafty internet world!!!!

  56. I LOVE IT! I am so addicted to washi tape, but I never would have though to add it to eggs! I might have to add a bit of fun to our Easter egg hunt this year :) Thanks for sharing Jen

  57. Ack, now I must try this washi tape! Where do you find it? With my craft room still packed away, I haven’t been inside a craft store in months! Well, except Hobby Lobby, but that was only a quick trip for spray paint.

    • I think the easiest way to get washi tape is online. There are TONS of patterns. Just check etsy. I have a link to the shop I got mine through in the post too :)

      xxox

  58. Very pretty wreath, love the different pops of color, thank you for the tutorial and photos.

  59. Sooo cute Jen!! Love this wreath! It looks so pretty on your turquoise door too!!

  60. That is so adorable and so bright and cheery! Love that washi tape. I need a new wreath for Easter! Thanks for the inspiration!

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