Welcome!

From the moment you step foot on the brick pathway to my front door, I want you to feel welcome.

For me, hospitality starts outside my front door.

When you come to the door, my goal is for you to already be sensing that you are important and valued.

 

In addition to laying down the welcome mat
a great way to make our homes look and feel inviting
is to add a seasonal wreath to the front door.  

 

An Easter Welcome :: Pastel Eggs & Burlap Grapevine Easter Wreath :: AnExtraordinaryDay.net

 

Beautify the Front Door for Easter with a Burlap & Pastel Grapevine Wreath

As you might guess, I have a few seasonal wreaths that I change out during the year.  Though I have a gorgeous yellow Forsythia wreath for Spring,  I didn’t have anything for Easter.   Plus, it seemed a little early for my door to be sporting those twigs of brilliant yellow.   Hmmm.  Since I am on a spending freeze…what shall I do?

Last summer I picked up a tattered Christmas wreath at the Presbyterians’ rummage sale for fifty cents.  This was a grapevine wreath and quite large and not perfectly round.  Um.  I’m still working on that perfection thing.   Any way…the wreath had a bunch of stuff hot-glued on it which I removed….last Fall.

Do you love seeing fields of Goldenrod in the Fall?  I do.  So I cut armloads of it and wired it on my grapevine wreath.  I don’t know if the Goldenrod was too wet, or what, but this was not my best project.  My husband disagrees…but it went in my ‘fail’ category.  However, it did make an appearance here midst some evergreens on my back porch for winter.

 

The Life of a Grapevine Wreath :: AnExtraordinaryDay.net

 

I need to confess something.  I blew the spending freeze and spent $1.97 plus tax for some pastel plastic Easter eggs at the big W store.  The rest of the materials I already had in my stash.  Now that we have that out of the way….

Let’s start!

7-Step Tutorial :: Create an Egg & Burlap Easter Wreath :: AnExtraordinaryDay

 

A Seven-Step Tutorial for Creating a Welcoming Easter Wreath

Supplies:

  • Grapevine Wreath
  • 1/2 Yard of Burlap*
  • Package of Plastic Eggs (mine contained 42)
  • Scissors
  • Hot Glue Gun
  • Florist Wire

*I purchased my burlap last fall at the Agway feed & garden store for just 99 cents a yard, but it’s only a yard wide.  If you purchase wider fabric you will require less burlap.

 

Directions: 

Step 1:  Cut your burlap into strips….as you go.  I ‘eyeballed’ my approximately 3 inch wide strips.

 

Steps 1 & 2 ::  Cut in strips & create loops of burlap :: AnExtraordinaryDay

 

Step 2:  Take the end of the burlap strip and push it between vines in the wreath. Create a loose loop and then push another section down into the vines and repeat.  You will have several loops running back and forth and around the vine. Repeat with each strip you cut until you have gone around the wreath.  If you like a fuller look…just add more burlap strips and loops.  Be sure to leave a space bare for the bow you will make and tie on later.

 

Half-finished Easter Wreath filled with burlap loops :: AnExtraordinaryDay.net

 

Step 3:  Arrange your eggs around the wreath, before gluing, spreading out the colors so you don’t end up with blues and purples bunched up together like me.  I attempted to do just that, but still ended up with blues and lavenders lumped together, which I didn’t see until I had the wreath wired to the door, and photos snapped.  Note to self: It does not need to be perfect to be beautiful.

 

Step 3 & 4 ::  Adding Eggs to Grapevine & Burlap Wreath :: AnExtraordinaryDay.net

 

Step 4:  Hot glue the eggs to your wreath.  This goes pretty fast.  When I began, I guess I was feeling like I needed to be frugal with my $1.97 eggs and used only half of them.  The next day I reevaluated the wreath and added in the rest.  Do what looks best to you, especially for the size of your wreath.

Step 5:  Cut more burlap for your bow.  I chose to cut my pieces wider than the loops in the wreath….4-5 inches wide…for a fuller look.  My burlap was pretty short, so I had to cut three pieces for the bow.  One for the tails and two for the bow loops.

 

Easter Wreath Tutorial :: Steps 5 & 6 :: Cut burlap strips & Create a bow :: AnExtraordinaryDay.net

 

Step 6:  I am making the assumption that you will be able to make your own bow.   If you’re not confident in bow-making…don’t sweat it.  Simply layer the burlap strips so that you have four loops and a center and lay it over the tails.  Gather up the strips in the center and tightly wrap a wire around the center.  Arrange the loops to please and then wire it to your wreath.  Or skip the bow all together!

Step 7:  Add a hanging wire to your beautiful Burlap & Egg Easter Wreath and hang.  Easy. Fast. Festive.  And wasn’t that fun?

 

Quick & Easy Tutorial :: Grapevine & Burlap Easter Egg Wreath :: AnExtraordinaryDay.net

 

Wondering why we eat and decorate with eggs at Easter?

Good question.

In some cultures eggs were not eaten during the Lenten fast and so they were hard boiled to preserve and then decorated and eaten for the Easter celebration.  Eggs are also considered to be symbolic of the new life we have in Christ because of his resurrection.

So now you know.

Do you have a favorite way of using eggs in your decor for Easter?

How do you decorate your front door for Spring or Easter?

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If you’d like more ideas for decorating for Spring & Easter…check out these earlier posts: Decorating A Vintage Window for Spring & Earthy Spring Vignette.

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Diane

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Comments

  1. That is one lovely wreath and a great tutorial on it! Just beautiful!
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  2. That’s real cute. I like seeing how things are put together! Great job!

  3. Good job on a very frugal and beautiful Easter wreath! Thanks for teaching us how to make one too. I just got back from my evening walk with only one child with me so I actually had some quiet thinking time. I often use that time to pray while the baby rides contentedly in the stroller. I did do that, but then I started planning my Easter/spring wreath. I was thinking about some burlap just waiting patiently in my closet when I returned home and found this post. Love the burlap!
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    • Isn’t it lovely to have such a peaceful time of quiet? Those moments are golden?
      I hope you do give the wreath a try, Jessica. It really was so quick and easy to do. I love that it wasn’t one of those wreaths where you get all stressed out over it being perfect. I’m sure I’ll be seeing something lovely on your blog soon. :)

      • Thanks for sharing this wreath at A New Creation party! My burlap is still waiting for me to feel better and tackle it. Thanks for your kind words on my blog. I debated whether to share about my not feeling well, but decided we blog friends are a family and I’m glad I did as i received such sweet messages of encouragement. It was too late for the shot as it only works for prevention, but I did get a medication that helps slow the shingles down and I’m already feeling better some. Ironically, shingles is what I educate professionals on all over the country, so I was able to diagnose myself immediately and get help! Praise God!
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        • I’m glad that you were able to receive helpful medication immediately. A few years ago a friend of mine had it and because she caught it quickly the doctor was able to give her a special shot. She recovered amazingly fast. I hope you do too.
          I do hope you’ll be feeling up to putting your wreath together soon. There’s nothing like a quick project to make one ‘feel’ better. [hugs]

  4. I needed some inspiration for a new Easter and springtime wreath. I love the eggs with the burlap.

  5. Such a fun wreath – love the use of burlap I’d love for you to share your idea over at Finding the Pretty & Delicious Linky Party! Leigh Anne
    http://www.yourhomebasedmom.com/finding-the-pretty-delicious-linky-party-8/

  6. What a beautiful wreath! It certainly does make your entry feel welcoming! :) I found your link up next to mine at A Diamond In the Stuff’s Party.
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  7. Great tutorial and I love the wreth. It looks so cute!

  8. What a great idea! I just bought some plastic robin’s eggs that would be perfect for this.
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  9. Very lovely – burlap goes with everything :-)
    JoAnn
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  10. Wow…..I saw that wreath hangin’ on the front door and I thought……WOW….look at all those blue and purple eggs all bunched up together!!!
    ROFL
    N O T ! !

    You’re so…..human in your posts and tutorials, I adore that about you–don’t change it, eh?
    And really, I think this one’s just cuter than cute! (blue and purple not mentioned…LOL)
    *hugs*

    • You did it again, Mel! You put a big smile on my face and made me giggle. Haha! I think it just might be hard to change me…I’ve been like this for a ‘few’ years!! :)

  11. After seeing this for the 2nd time at a linky party, I had to come comment. The easter egg wreath is so adorable! Thank you for sharing!
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  12. Very cute!! :)
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  13. So fresh and pretty for spring – I’m sure your guests feel very welcome! Hope you can stop by the enchanted oven.
    xo,
    Lisa
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  14. This is adorable! Love it! I’m going to pin this.

    Visiting from Titus 2sdays @ Time Warp Wife.

    Have a great week!
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  15. Very pretty! I love the burlap with the Easter eggs. I bought some eggs to make a wreath this week (need to get on that!)
    I also used some Easter eggs in some mason jars as a mantel display (http://julieiscocoandcocoa.blogspot.com/2013/03/speckled-plastic-easter-eggs.html)
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    • I love the idea of eggs in a mason jar too! You’ll laugh, but I actually put some of my extra eggs in one and then took them back out to add to the wreath!!
      Thanks for your sweet words and taking the time to stop by and leave them!

  16. This is so adorable! I love it!

  17. Great tutorial and it turned out just darling. Brilliant project! Thanks for sharing at the Cabin this week!
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  18. Hello Diane,
    I like to change out my wreaths for the seasons too. I haven’t been up to decorating lately however and am looking forward to when I can. I LOVE your Easter egg wreath and the burlap just makes it! Thanks for sharing at my HOME and have a beautiful day.

    Blessings,
    sandi

    • You are so sweet, Sandi. :)
      I am totally smitten with burlap. :) The texture is such a nice twist in creations.
      I’m trusting with you for a speedy recovery for your back Sandi. Hopefully soon you can get back to enjoying feathering your lovely nest. [hugs]

  19. I absolutely love this wreath! Thanks so much for sharing! I hope your having a great week!,

    -Kayla :)
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  20. I love your wreath! It is pretty and eye catching and perfect for Easter. Thanks for sharing the steps in making one. Pamela
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    • How nice of you to say that, Pamela! If you’re thinking about it…please give it a try. The wreath won’t take an hour to make.
      Blessings!

  21. pretty cute. the additional feng shui you’ll gain with having the wreath will offset that $2 you spent! no worries there.
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  22. What a pretty wreath. I’m sure your guest definitely feel welcome!
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  23. Super cute!!! Love the way it turned out ! Thanks so much for sharing the great tutorial! Would love to have you visit me sometime. Visiting from Faith,Grace and Crafts party.
    Have a fabulous week!
    Hugs from Portugal,

    Ana Love Craft
    http://www.lovecraft2012.blogspot.com

  24. What a cheerful wreath, Diane! Thanks so much for sharing at Project Inspire{d}.

    Pinning to our party board http://pinterest.com/mbtm/project-inspire-d-party-pins/

    Hugs,

    Mary Beth
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  25. This is so cute!
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  26. What a cute idea!
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  27. of course the eggs are very colorful and make it festive looking, but I really think that the burlap and the bow with the burlap are just ADORABLE!!! I love the mixture together, and it’s such a cute welcome to the front door! Easy instructions too…that would be a fun craft to make with the kids or grandkids!
    Thanks so much for joining me this week for Pearls and Lace Thursday!
    Blessings,
    Doni

    • Doni, it is really easy. A truly fun craft. And with kids….you can skip the bow.
      Thanks for your kind words of encouragement. :)
      May your day be blessed in every way!

  28. Very cute :) I think something like this would look adorable on door out to my deck. Thanks for sharing. {Found you at Grace at Home, and I’m now following you.} Please stop by for a visit sometime! Have a great day!

    Shandy @ Aprons ‘n Pearls
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  29. Very pretty!

  30. Love your beautiful Easter Egg Wreath! Thanks for the tutorial!
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  31. It’s very cute, I love that you’ve used Burlap.
    I’m visiting today from Thursday’s Favorite Things. :)

  32. that is “eggstra” special! Thank you for sharing your lovely blog at the Thursday Favorite Things blog hop xo
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  33. Hi this is such a good idea. might actually have a go at it .
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  34. LOVE LOVE LOVE a wreath on the front door. Over the mantel. Down the hall. In the bathroom.

    Wherever!
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  35. I have always wanted to make a real wreath of goldenrod! Great minds :) I love this one too though!

    • Haha!! I did make one several years ago and wired it on a single heavy wire hoop. It came out beautifully. And it dried to a lovely faded softness too. If the goldenrod is prolific in your area you should give it a try. :)

  36. that wreath is stunning. Love all the burlap. Amazing work. Thanks for sharing. Here from Studio JRU.
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    • Thank you Paula! Isn’t the burlap fun? I think it’s perfect for spring, don’t you agree?
      May your weekend be extraordinary!

  37. That turned out so sweet! Very cute wreath. Thank you for sharing at TTF. Have a Happy St. Patrick’s Day!
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  38. It’ a very happy and festive wreath!

  39. I always buy things like this at tag sales and then I just strip off the old stuff and use the base for something new I want to do. Thanks for sharing. Linda

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    • In my past life I had the pedal to the metal so to speak and didn’t have much time for these endeavors. I’m really enjoying this new time of forced frugality. It makes for great creativity.

  40. Your Easter wreath is very pretty on your door.
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  41. This is darling!!! I hope you link to my party- http://atozebracelebrations.com/2013/03/link-party-every-tuesday.html
    Nancy
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  42. Super cute! It looks quite cheery and fresh!

  43. this is so sweet and so pretty, diane! what a great way to welcome your visitors… with a smile! :)
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  44. What a beautiful wreath, and I like your sentiment about making people feel welcome before they get to your door, and I had never heard the story about the eggs. I guess we should give up eggs until
    Easter Sunday. I found you on Friendship Friday.

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    • Thank you Betty!
      I don’t know about giving up eggs…they are a mainstay in our diet…that would be a huge sacrifice.
      Happy St. Patrick’s Day…a day early!! :)

  45. Diane this wreath is wonderful. I absolutely love it. Thanks so much for sharing!

    Paula
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  46. What a great tutorial! I did a Burlap Chevron wreath earlier this week. Love the eggs! Stopping by from the SITS Sharefest! Hope you get a chance to stop in. Best – Jennifer
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    • Thanks Jennifer! It really was a fun project.
      I will check out your wreath…it sounds so interesting.
      May your weekend be Extraordinary!

  47. Love this! I like the juxtaposition of the rough burlap and the delicate eggs. I’m visiting from It’s Overflowing.

  48. Oh how cute and I can see that lots of others think so too because I had to scroll way, way down to leave a message! Great job and good tutorial too!

    Big Hugs,
    Susan and Bentley

    • Awww thanks Susan! I think because I reply to each one it makes the line look longer. Regardless…I have been blessed with many kind words…just like yours that warm my heart immensely.
      Hope your weekend is Extraordinary!!

  49. I like the wreath with just the burlap. Makes a great base for lots of different holiday looks. Have a great day. Tammy

  50. Well, I felt welcome as soon as I started reading this post. I also subscribed by email, and have to head over to FB and Pinterest. Love this wreath and the photos are wonderful, reflecting the house. Love it. Visiting from Claudia’s blog It’s a Favorite Thing. xo
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    • Oh Barbara….you just made my day! :)
      Thank you so much for your kind thoughts.
      I’m blessed that you felt welcome right off. Yay!!
      So glad you’re now in on all the fun around here. [hugs]

  51. Darling Wreath! I would love to have this on my door! New follower stopping by! Deb

  52. Hello Diane
    I adore your Easter wreath and thank you so much for sharing your wonderful tutorial!
    Tut tut I wish I hadn’t thrown out an old wreath now – it could have had a makeover!
    Lovely with the sweet eggs and all at little cost.
    I’m visiting you from Claudia’s Favorite Thing Saturday.
    Shane ♥
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    • Oh Shane…that’s is really a bummer. :( Sometimes we are too quick to throw things out.
      Thanks for your sweet words….
      Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

  53. It’s lovely! A very charming welcome to your home.

    Thanks so much for joining in this week!

    xo
    Claudia

  54. Love this. I have a ton of burlap and eggs from last year! Thank you for sharing at our Pinteresting Party!
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  55. Cute idea!
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  56. Such an adorable wreath and I love how you described how you welcome you want someone visiting your house to feel. There is no doubt in my mind you have lots of visitors! Thanks for sharing with us this week at the Monday Funday link party!

    Take care,

    Trish
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  57. Love your wreath. The tutorial was very informative. I have some burlap ribbon that I’ve been meaning to get on a wreath and hadn’t quite figured out how I was going to use it. I like the idea of tucking it in, rather than gluing it.

    I’m also totally impressed that you spent less than 2 bucks when you broke your spending freeze. That’s a mere crack, not a break! Actually less than a crack.

    Wonderful to have you at Seasonal Sundays.

    – The Tablescaper

    • You are sooo kind. Thank you! I’m so excited that you found my tut inspiring. I hope you make one too.
      Wishing you An Extraordinary Day!

  58. This is so festive and pretty! Thanks for linking up to Monday Funday!
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  59. The wreath turned out PERFECT!!!

    Thanks so much for sharing this at The DIY Dreamer.. From Dream To Reality! I can’t wait to see what you link up tomorrow evening!
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  60. Your wreath turned out awesome! Great job. Would you consider linking this up at my Pinworthy Projects Party? I hope to see you there!
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  61. Love your wreath, Diane – it turned out marvelously. Love that in the picture the house is framed in the wreath. You did a fantastic job, I need to put myself on a spending freeze! I do appreciate you sharing with Home and Garden Thursday,
    Kathy
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    • Awwww thanks!! I really liked your wreath too!
      Spending freezes are good when you get to choose them. This one was not my choice….but I’m going to make the most of it possible. :)

  62. I like how full the wreath is without it being “too much.” I need to dig out the Easter eggs! You always have such easy tutorials.

    • Thank you Pamela! I enjoy being creative, but I don’t want to spend oodles of time of things. I’m so glad you like the tuts…it IS really good to know. [hugs]

  63. Cute wreath! I love the burlap bow! I’m pinning this to my Easter board!

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  64. super cute!! I love the vine base you used! been meaning to make one of these… looks like it might be next year before its done :o) I host a Tuesday link party that I would love for you to join! http://www.nap-timecreations.com
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  65. Congrats! You are being featured on Made in a Day tomorrow!
    Kim

  66. What a cheerful wreathe, Diane! Thank you for posting this. (And I do love the goldenrod one you show here, too.)

    • Thank you Haworth! The goldenrod looked great the first few days and then something happened…maybe it was the weather…it did get really cold.

  67. I love this wreath! I love the texture and look of burlap and the eggs are so playful against it. Thank you for sharing this wonderful tutorial at Silver Pennies Sundays!

  68. Thank you for sharing at Rustic Restorations Weekend!

  69. Cute wreath!
    Sherry

  70. Wow, that is beautiful!

  71. This really is so adorable! Thank for sharing the tutorial. Hope YOU have an extraordinary day!! :)
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  72. What a lovely colourful wreath Diane. Thank you for linking up at Shabbilicious Friday.

  73. Diane, your wreath is gorgeous! I love the burlap mixed with the pastel eggs. Awesome job, and thanks for the great tutorial. Just pinned and tweeted. Thank you so much for sharing at A Bouquet of Talent. You are always such an inspiration! Hope you are having a great week.
    Hugs
    Kathy
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  74. Love this, love your tutorial and love the reflection!
    Have a great weekend.
    Smiles,
    Carolynn

  75. Thank you for joining our All Things Thursday Link-Up this week!! We looved your post and are featuring it in this week’s round-up of favorites at All Things Thursday Link-Up {No. 15} Featured Favorites :)
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    • Oh Sarah….you just made my day.
      I’m just getting back after a whirlwind weekend away and WOW! What a wonderful surprise.
      Thank you sooo much!! [hugs]

  76. So pretty and festive! Congrats on your feature on A Favorite Thing! I would love to have you share this on The Creative HomeAcre Hop today!
    http://www.theselfsufficienthomeacre.com/2013/03/the-creative-homeacre-hop-8.html

    • Lisa Lynn, you are so kind to stop by to encourage and invite! (I’ll add your ‘hop’ to my diary.)
      Hope your week is extraordinary!

  77. Your tutorial instructions are very clear and well illustrated and the end result is beautiful. I’m remembering this for a summer wreath — the burlap will work nicely anytime!

    Happy Easter!
    Jeanie (The Marmelade Gypsy)

    • Thank you Jeanie! Yes…I think this wreath can be tweaked a hundred different ways and it’s so easy. When you make yours this summer…be sure to let me know.
      Wishing you JOY this Easter!

  78. So pretty!
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