Diy Easter Topiary Tree
There is just something magical and whimsical about Spring. Bunnies hopping, chicks chirping, flowers blossoming, and let’s not forget the return of Chocolate Cadbury Easter Mini Eggs.
This DIY Easter Topiary Tree is the perfect addition to all the fun DIY spring decor we have been making. It would look amazing sitting on the mantle next to your DIY Spring wreath. You likely have most of these supplies around your home already so let’s get started!
SUPPLIES TO MAKE YOUR Diy Easter Topiary Tree
- Large cardboard tree cone (Hobby Lobby)
- White paint by Waverly
- 24 Plastic Easter Eggs of all sizes (robins egg look)
- Tulips bundle (Dollar Tree)
- Faux Moss Stones (Dollar Tree)
- Spanish Moss
- Hot Glue
- Heat gun
1 – Grab your cardboard tree from your Christmas leftovers and start painting one coat of white by Waverly. Don’t forget to paint your base. This is just in case any parts show through, but hopefully, it won’t be seen.
2 – Use your heat gun to speed up the drying process.
3 – Grab your Easter eggs and your hot glue gun. Begin on the bottom of your cardboard tree. Hold in place.
4 – Randomly place your Easter eggs all over your cardboard tree vertically.
5 – Work in sections of your tree to allow for easier grip as you work. Remember, there will be other fillers to cover those empty spaces, so don’t worry.
6 – Grab your tulips from your bundle and remove them from the stems.
7 – Hot glue your tulips along your cardboard tree.
Tip: Glue to the cardboard so you don’t burn your fingers – then add the flower. Rest them on their side, not glued at the flower’s base.
8 – Eyeball and determine where to place your tulips and fill in how you like.
9 – Hot glue your faux moss stones greenery in open spots.
10 – Use your heat gun to easily remove those pesky glue strings, but don’t do it for too long.
11 – Grab your Spanish moss to fill in open gaps. Attach with hot glue and watch your fingers. Tip* Begin at the bottom and work your way up your tree.
12 – Finish up by trimming the Spanish moss that is sticking out to give it a nice complete, spring clean, fresh look, like all spring decor should have. You really want to see those eggs popping through.
13 – Insert into a silver dish, little plate, or even a silver little bucket to finish it off.
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Other ideas to add to your tree:
- Pearls, beads, bows, Easter grass, smaller eggs, buttons, pom poms, tissue paper, baby breath, little carrots, bunny ears, get creative
- Top it with a bow or even a little bird as well.
This easy DIY Easter Tree will bring the outdoor beauty that only spring can bring, effortlessly inside your home. Place it on your mantle, your dining room table, or even on your bookshelf by a picture of your loved one with the Easter bunny. You could possibly add a bowl of chocolate Cadbury Easter Mini Eggs right next to it. Make sure you check Diy Bunny Pillow.
Can’t wait to see what you create! We have a group we will take our crafting to the next level check it out here.
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