Spring Wreath

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Today while my little pumpkins are at school I am getting all our Spring/Easter decorations in place. I recently made a large nest as part of my indoor decorations and decided I would make one for my Spring wreath as well. For instructions look HERE.

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There is something so lovely about a nest.

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For instructions for easy bow making look HERE. The burlap is 4 inch wide ribbon and I overlaid the lace.  Simple, natural and fresh.

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HELPFUL HINT- When ever I make a wreath I always start with a simple form. The burlap form or in this case grapevine. My decorations are always detachable. It do this I tend to use tan color pipe cleaners. As shown above. For the nest I simply bent the pipe cleaner into a wide u shape and threaded it through the center of the nest and out the back. When Spring is over I can take my nest off, store away, and use my grapevine for another project.

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For example, my wreath looked like this yesterday. Makes for much easier storage.

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And after some easy nest and bow making to this. I love it!

Happy Spring!

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6 thoughts on “Spring Wreath

    • I know! It was actually an improvised idea from when I was making the baby wreaths. I liked it so much and had just enough to make one for me. WooHoo! The lace and light color eggs help it to stand out from my dark door.

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