Homemade Easter Egg Topiary

I can’t believe I created an Easter Egg Topiary for under $10! This easy craft is my new obsession because it’s so pretty. When I see a Topiary in stores, they are usually overpriced and not very beautiful to me, but this one really stands out from the rest at such a cheap cost.

We have been having a blast creating Dollar Tree Easter crafts this last month, make sure to swing by and check them all out for more inspiration!

DIY Easter Egg Topiary


This Easter Egg Topiary and Homemade Nautical Rope Vase are perfect for decorating the home during the springtime. My friends can’t believe I created both of these decorations myself, as they look like something that costs several hundred dollars to buy from a store!

Why paint the cone if it’s going to be covered?

Even though you cover the cone in moss and eggs, you don’t want that bright orange peeking out because it won’t look right.

What do I glue on first?

It’s best to start by gluing the eggs onto your topiary because you can arrange them however you want on the surface and then fill in any empty space with moss.

How to Make an Easter Egg Topiary

Ready to get crafting? You will find the full tutorial below!

Yield: 1 Easter Egg Topiary

Easter Egg Topiary

Easter Egg Topiary
Active Time 15 minutes
Total Time 15 minutes
Difficulty Easy
Estimated Cost $10


  • Safety Cone, Dollar Tree
  • Reindeer Moss, Dollar Tree
  • Regular Moss, Dollar Tree
  • Faux Speckled Eggs, Dollar Tree
  • Hot Glue
  • Waverly White Chalk Paint


  • Paint Brush


  1. Gather your supplies.
  2. Start by painting the cone white with the Waverly white chalk paint. This is optional as the moss will cover the cone, however, recommended to prevent the bright orange of the cone from peeking through.
  3. Once completely dry, using the hot glue gun add some hot glue to the eggs and place randomly on the safety cone.
  4. When all of the eggs are glued on, start adding the moss to fill in between the eggs, using hot glue and then adding the moss on top.
  5. After everything has dried, put your egg topiary on display!


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