- Grapevine Wreath
- Burlap Ribbon
- Speckled Eggs
- Silk Fabric
- Flower Stems
- Hot Glue
- Alligator Clip
- Craft Foam
I bought a grapevine wreath, silk flowers and some burlap covered in lace to put this together. I used wire cutters to separate the flower bunches and trimmed the stems down to about three inches. The flowers are threaded through the grapevine.
I had a hard time deciding on which look I like best for this wreath.
To make the bow, I used my favorite bow making technique. This burlap ribbon is not wired, so it doesn’t give the stiff look that most of my bows have. But I liked this ribbon too much not to use it. It’s hot glued to the wreath.
To add a little touch of Easter to the wreath, I cut two egg shapes from plain burlap and one from burlap covered in lace. I used hole punch on a piece of craft foam and made some dots for the eggs, glued them together, glued on an alligator clip and clipped them beneath the flowers.
This was such an easy wreath to make and it didn’t cost much at all either. Using coupons at JoAnns kept the cost low. The lace covered burlap was something I found at Walmart on sale a few weeks ago.
What do you think~burlap eggs or speckled eggs?
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