This DIY Craft shows you how to take Easter Lilly's and make a seasonal Easter Wreath. This wreath is also ideal for springtime and is made using items from the dollar tree.
What you need
4 bunches of Easter lilies from dollar tree
1 bunch of foliage (mine was like a eucalyptus) from Dollar Tree
Metal Cross (dollar tree) or wooden cross (optional)
Hot Glue gun
To begin, remove all of the blooms from their stalks.
I used hot glue where the flower would meet the stem and firmly pressed it onto the grapevine to ensure it adhered; repeat with the remaining flowers until you have the desired look.
I then grabbed the zip tie and threaded it through the metal loop on the backside, then through a number of the branches, securing it.
The sections of the greenery I had just popped off, but if they don’t, you’ll need a wire cutter. I hot glued the stem to the wreath and then placed it where I thought it needed some green accents.
I also removed the leaves from a few of the flower stems and added those with the eucalyptus for some more greenery.
Use hot-glue to attach the metal cross, if you can’t find a metal one, try a wooden cutout cross.