Saturday, April 9, 2011

How to make an Easter Egg Tutu Wreath

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Easter Egg Tutu Wreath

You may remember our blog post Christmas Ornament Tutu Wreaths Tutorial. This is very similar to that post. ENJOY and BE CREATIVE! 

Supplies needed
Easter (styrofoam) Eggs
Glue Gun & Glue Sticks
Measuring Tape
Wire Cutters

Tutu Wreath Tutorial

1. Cut wire with wire cutters at 40" and form into circle shape.
2. Close the circle by twisting the wires together to make a wire wreath.

3. Cut your tulle at 8" long

If you're using by the yard tulle it will be 8" long x 6" wide.
Pick any color tulle you want. I used Yellow, Lime, Orange, Pink, and Turquoise.

You will need about 150 strands of tulle.

4. Grab your tulle by threes
5. Line your tulle up
 6. Tie all three strands of tulle in a double knot around your wire.

7. Continue until you finish 50 or so knots.
8. Tie a long piece of tulle around the top of your Tutu Wreath to hang it up.

This is what the back of your Tutu Wreath will look like.

9. Hot Glue some Styrofoam Easter Egss on your Tutu Wreath (optional) and hang up on your front door.

I haven't made a Tutu Wreath since last year for a friends baby shower, so it was fun making this one.

Tutu Wreaths are fantastic for Infant Nuseries, Holidays, and Room Decor. What could you do with a Tutu Wreath?

Send Pictures of your Tutu Wreaths HERE.


  1. what a great ideea. soo easy. I am going to do this with my daughter as an easter craft, if time allows, ;))

  2. Hi! New follower stopping by from the blog hop. Have a great day! :-)

  3. This is just too cute!! I'm just curious what type of wire you used.

  4. This is so cute! My son's class did similar ones for Christmas and used a wire hanger (the kind you get from the dry cleaners) and reshaped it to be circle. :)

  5. I made this last night and I LOVE it! (:

  6. Thanks everyone!! I used a 10 gauge wire from home depot :) If you made one I would love to see pictures and show it off to my readers. My email is

  7. This tutu wreath is the cutest! I am just now learning about tutu wreaths and they are adorable. I hope it's okay, I just couldn't help but feature your cute, colorful tutu wreath in my Easter wreath and topiary round-up. You can see it here:

    Thank you so much for sharing!

  8. This is sooooo cute & easy I hope sure looks like it."Thanks Great Job"

  9. I bought tulle today but it's just not as bright as yours where do you get yours! And what brand and style is it??


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