Grapevine Easter Wreath
You can make this simple, inexpensive wreath in under thirty minutes with very little crafting skills!
I began by cutting the flower bunches into individual stems and trimming the stems. They are pushed tightly into the grapevine.
I made a bow from this soft green burlap ribbon and attached it with hot glue.
For the bottom of the wreath, I cut two burlap egg shapes and one from lace covered burlap. These are glued together and I glued an alligator clip to the back of the center egg to attach it to the wreath. Attaching it this way means I can remove it after Easter and keep the wreath up for Spring. The dots are craft foam made with a hole puncher.
I used a silk flower for the top that I made a while ago, but any kind of spring embellishment would work.. That's it. In about 20 minutes, it was ready for my front door. An inexpensive Easter wreath anyone can make! Using coupons kept the cost at about $8.00
Before adding the peach silk flower to the top or the burlap eggs to the bottom, I tried it with just adding some plastic speckled eggs onto the flowers. This would be an even easier way to make it.
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Published March 25th, 2015 2:11 PM