Monday, March 19, 2018

DIY Easter Wreath

Sometimes, life just puts a halt to your plans. I had planned on doing more crafts and drastically increasing my blog posting. Then, life slapped me in the face. Without giving away too much graphic information, my husband is pretty clumsy.


The night before my birthday, he dropped a dinner plate and it popped out of the sink and cut his right hand pretty good. We got the surgery done on that, and then he went back to work and cut off the pinky on his other hand.


I will admit this wreath is recycled from the St Patrick's wreath. Honestly, there is no shame on this one, recycling is always a good thing and I just plain don't have ennough time right now to sit for hours and make a new wreath.


If you need to know how to make this wreath, the post should be a few before this one. If you don't want to look it up, simply forma circle with wire or a hanger, cut up a green shirt and then tie the pieces all the way around the hanger.


Starting from here, I went with what I already had done. You can use anything you want to decorate yours, I went simple with eggs. I just closed the eggs with a few of the fabric strips inside. If needed, use some tape to keep them closed or in place.


Like I said, the sky is the limit with decorating, you can also do this wreath with Easter grass. That was what my wreath was suppose to be. If I get a chance, I will definitely make one for you guys.

Happy crafting and thank you so much for reading. I appreciate every single one of you, have an amazing day!

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