Easter Chick Wreath TUTORIAL {Guest Project: Catherine from Design Editor}

Hello Craftaholics Anonymous readers! So happy to be here. Thank you, Linda! I’m Catherine from the blog Design Editor. I’m a graphic designer and mom of 19-month-old twins sharing my love for all things design. My Etsy PRINT! By Design Editor features affordable printable designs for events, home decor, memory keeping and crafts.
chick wreath

Today I’m sharing my Easter Chick Wreath Tutorial. Remember these retro chicks? My wheels started spinning when I saw boxes of them in different sizes and colors at my craft store. I snagged a few and made this wreath for our front door. Love the pop of color! Take advantage of the Easter sales and make one for yourself. Here’s how to make it:

Chick Wreath


  • Chicks
  • Styrofoam wreath form
  • Acrylic paint
  • Paint brush or foam brush
  • Glue that dries clear
  • Ribbon

Paint your wreath form. This will hide any gaps between the chicks.
Arrange your chicks in close formation around the wreath facing the same direction. These little guys have feet that stick right into the foam. Hold off using any glue until your design is in place in case you need to make any spacing adjustments. When you’re happy with your wreath add glue in any areas where it needs reinforcement.
To hang, glue ribbon to the back and allow to dry before hanging. I went very clean with my design, but you could have fun by adding a bow or a little sign to the outside of the wreath.
Have a wonderful Easter! Stop by and say hi sometime!

Hi! I'm Linda, the craft addict behind Craftaholics Anonymous®, a craft blog. Crafting is cheaper than therapy, right? When I'm not DIYing something, I can be found taxiing around our 4 crazy kids or working out. Or shoe shopping... because you can never have too many shoes! Happy crafting! ♥

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  1. 1

    That wreath is adorable. You are so very clever. Beth N.

  2. 2
    Judy Bagwell

    This is such a cute wreath!! I love the bright chicks agains the dark door. Thanks for the tutorial!

  3. 3

    This is supper cute! I look forward to making it and showing the kids.

  4. 4
    Sharon @ Elizabeth & Co.

    Ok, that is so cute and just plain fun!

  5. 5
    Lisa@Pickles and Cheese

    It's darling!! Very cute. I would love to make this…now to locate some chicks. Thanks for the great how-to on this one!

  6. 6
    Bonita Rose

    I love love this!

  7. 7

    How cute! Those little Easter chicks are one of my favorite things about the holiday. They're just so gosh darn cute!

  8. 8

    Super adorable!! Looks great on your door!

  9. 9

    LOVE it! I pinned it at pinterest! i am thinking i could make the wreath base from chipboard/cardboard and save a few pennies and use up what i have.
    This looks so gorgeous on the black door!

  10. 10

    Utterly adorable! Thanks so much for sharing!

  11. 11

    that is super cute and so fun! I am going to make one!

  12. 12

    I just burst out laughing like a complete nutcase. I happen to have one box of chicks around, nowhere near enough to make this wreath, but they make me so happy I might just have to go and buy 5000 more to get this project done. Cute is not enough to describe it!

  13. 13

    Thank is so adorable! Thanks for sharing!

  14. 14

    So absolutley adorable! Those fuzzy yellow chickies look so perfect and peaceful all together in rows!

  15. 15

    Just so darn cute!

  16. 16

    So cute, the colors, possibilities are endless!
    Thanks for sharing!

  17. 17
    Catherine at Design Editor

    Thanks for all of the nice compliments! In case, you're going to make the wreath, I used 120 chicks!

    1. 17.1

      Hey! I love the wreath….but I am having a hard time finding a store that sells the chicks. Do you know where I could buy them?

  18. 18
    Oh Gorgeous Baby

    What a super cute idea!

  19. 19

    This is super cute!! Where did you get the chicks? Will definitely have to make this!

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  21. 20

    Great job Catherine! What a cute idea! The color is fabulous and so Springy!!!

  22. 21

    So cute. Visiting from our Sassy Sunday Blog Hop via ipinterest! Isn’t it fun to see how your blog has inspired others?! Great job – am going to look for supplies this week my own self :o)


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  24. 22

    just found this site through face book styrocraft it looks great.

  25. 23
    Susan Jensen

    Spring is here! Cool today but making a wreath helps make sunshine. Love chick one , lot of chicks? Your felt flower is the one Im doing in Bright Yellow Lime Green & not sure on #3 color. Thanks

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  27. 24

    I love this! Great idea.

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