This DIY Easter Mesh Wreath is the perfect Spring DIY project! It’s SUPER simple to make and looks lovely on any front door!
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Spring is such a fun season to decorate for! We can finally put cold weather behind us and embrace flowers and sunshine and the holidays that come with it!
Do NOT be intimidated because this is a mesh wreath tutorial! These are SUPER easy to make and I will give you pictures with each step-by-step photo below just like I did with my DIY Leprechaun Hat Mesh Wreath!
How do you make this DIY Easter mesh wreath?
Step 1: Gather your supplies.
You will need:
- 10″ Mesh in Various Colors (You can use smaller if you want, I just like the fullness of 10″.)
- 12″ Wreath Form
- Easter Sign (this one is SO cute!)
- 2″ Wired Ribbon
- Cutting Mat
- Rotary Cutter
- Pipe Cleaners (4)
- Drill (optional)
Step 2: Add the mesh to your wreath.
Start with one color of the mesh and twist the end to attach it to one of the ties.
I like to alternate between attaching the mesh to the inside row and the outside row to mix up the colors.
Don’t cut the mesh until you’re gone all the way around the wreath once.
Once you make it around to your starting point, you can cut your mesh and then attach the end to the wreath.
Pro Tip: It’s important to keep your mesh “bunches” about the same height, so keep that in mind as you’re wrapping and attaching.
Repeat with a second color of mesh. I staggered my starting place with the first layer so it filed up my wreath more.
Finally, I added my third color over the top of the first two.
Don’t be afraid to use the same twist tie over and over.
Once you’re done with your base, it should look similar to mine above.
Step 3: Add in rolled mesh sections to your wreath.
I wanted to add pops of yellow, but didn’t want another layer of mesh.
I cut 10″ sections of the yellow mesh using my cutting mat and rotary cutter and rolled them and pinched them like shown above.
Cut as many pops of yellow as you want, and then attach them to the wreath as shown above.
I love adding in ribbon to my wreaths. I cut 10″-12″ sections of 2″ wired ribbon to add in.
Pinch the ribbon in the middle with the designed side of the ribbon up and attach to the wreath.
Once I was done adding mesh and ribbon to my DIY Easter Mesh Wreath, this is what it looked like.
You can either trim the wires you attached the mesh to the wreath with, or tuck them under so they can’t be seen.
Step 4: Attach the sign to your mesh wreath.
If you’ve EVER wondered how people attach signs to wreaths, you’re going to love how simple this is!
If your sign has existing holes from a previous hanger you removed, you can use those holes.
OR you can use a small drill bit and drill holes to mount it to your sign. Four holes works best on four-sided signs like this one.
I LOVE this little sign I found on Amazon and it worked perfectly with my wreath! There’s a ton of cute options on Amazon, but I love this sign too.
Run a pipe cleaner through each hole to attach it to your wreath.
Your sign should look like this once the pipe cleaners are in place.
Center your sign on top of your deco mesh wreath and then twist the pipe cleaners onto the wire wreath frame to hold it in place.
Feel free to move it a few times to get it centered and snug.
When it’s finished it should look something like this! Hang it on your favorite door and let the Easter celebrations commence!
Want more DIY Easter projects?
- DIY Tutu Easter Basket – This DIY Tutu Easter Basket is such an easy dollar store craft!
- DIY Concrete Bunnies – This adorable concrete decor DIY project is so easy to make!
- Easter Egg Chicks – These are such a fun little craft you can make for or with your kids this Easter!
- Easter Egg Bouquet – this makes ADORABLE home decor or even a great gift idea (hide stickers or lightweight gifts in the eggs!)
Whether this DIY Easter Mesh Wreath is your first mesh wreath attempt, or you’re a mesh wreath expert, I’m sure you will love how cute it turns out!