Easter Egg Mini Candy Wreath DIY

by Jillian Leslie on

Easter egg mini candy wreath DIY | CatchMyParty.com

Virginie, from That Cute Little Cake is here with a great way to decorate for Easter, something kids will love!

Put a smile on your kids' faces this Easter by decorating their drink bottles with a mini Easter Egg wreath!

This is a quick project that is sure to get the little ones excited.

Mini Easter Egg Wreath | CatchMyParty.com

SUPPLIES:

  • Candy (I used Mini Cadbury Eggs and Easter M&Ms)
  • Cardstock
  • Royal icing (I colored mine blue so it would show on the pictures but white is OK)
  • A small Ziploc bag
  • Pencil
  • Scissors
  • Something round to trace a circle (about 2" in diameter)
Mini Easter Egg Wreath | CatchMyParty.com

DIRECTIONS:

  • Trace a circle about 2" in diameter on a piece of cardstock.
  • Cut a little inside and a little outside the circle to get a ring.
  • Place a small amount of royal icing in a ziploc bag and snip the corner of the bag with scissors.
  • Use this easy piping bag to pour royal icing onto the cardstock ring (work on a piece on non-stick parchment paper so it will be easy to lift the wreath when dry).
  • Now have fun decorating your wreath. Just push the mini eggs into the icing and let dry overnight.  
Mini Easter Egg Wreath | CatchMyParty.com
Mini Easter Egg Wreath | CatchMyParty.com
When dry, add a ribbon and tie around a bottle. If you wish, you can make a little bow with some ribbon and "glue" it to the wreath using a little royal icing.

Add a cute straw and you're done !

Mini Easter Egg Wreath | CatchMyParty.com

Thanks, Virginie, for this sweet decoration! To learn more about Virginie, please visit her at That Cute Little Cake and on Facebook and Pinterest.

For more party ideas, check out these incredible Easter party ideas and free Easter printables from our site!

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