Our Easter decorations have been looking a little sparse this year. We’ve had fun making Duck Tape Easter Eggs and yesterday made a sweet Easter kinder surprise wreath which I thought I would share. I didn’t come up with myself, I found the idea on Pinterest here and made my own version.
How to make an Easter kinder surprise wreath
It’s super easy and all you need to make the wreath is 14 empty Kinder surprise egg shells. Then comes the fun part, take the lid of one and the base of another and pop them together. Simple! Then connect the lid of the leftover Kinder surprise to another one and so on until you have a complete circle of Kinder Surprise shells.
This is a great recycled craft and I love the Easter kinder surprise wreath on its own. We had enough Kinder Surprise shells to make two wreaths so I spray painted one white. However, it really needed a little something so I found the felt bunnies I made last year.