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Monday, March 11, 2013

Mini Spring Wreath

     Are you feeling the time change yet! I can't tell you how hard it was to get up this morning! I love the days being lighter for later but this early morning business is for the birds!

     I suppose it is a greater indication that Spring is on the way and I'm all for that! So today is as good a day as any to talk Spring wreaths.

     I'm still in love with the Spring wreath I made last year and it is now gracing my front door again.

     I am still debating when to pull it down and put up my Easter wreath.

     BUT, today is about another little wreath. A tutorial is probably not necessary but it you are new to wreath making or you want a tip on a cheap way to make them, stick around.

     Last week I showed you the springy changes I made in my bathroom. If you look close you will see a little wreath above the toilet. {What a place for a wreath} ;)

To add more texture and depth I layered this guy on a mirror over a rattan charger.

     This is just a basic yarn wrapped wreath, but underneath is a little secret. All of the foam wreath forms are quite a bit more expensive. So I went with the hay wreath. If you have allergies, keep reading. {So do I}.

     These wreaths come wrapped in plastic. Keep it on! This will help with allergies, keep moisture from building up and prevent little pieces of hay from peeking out. I use one of those 3-M adhesive tabs to stick my yarn on the form to start but you could also just tie a knot! :)

     Wrap your yarn all the way around and your golden.

What you add to your wreath is up to you. A while back I found these balsa wood flowers at my super grocery store in the craft section and they've been lounging in the craft box just waiting for such a project.

If you don't have flowers like this, my original plan was to use yarn poms. These are easy to do and in some fun colors would add a lot more life to this wreath {than I was looking for}, but would be fun elsewhere.

Here's a simple way to make yarn poms:

Aren't they cute!

That was so easy you now have no excuse for not making a fun little wreath. This base was about $2.00 and the yarn I had lying around. So go for it!

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  2. Hi Jody! Your wreaths are beautiful and I am going to pin them to my Wreath board ASAP. Thanks so much for the tutorials!! You make it seem really doable. And your bathroom is AMAZ!!!!!! So happy to have found you through the It's Overflowing link up party!

  3. Fabulous wreaths! I love the bathroom vignett!

  4. Wow! Three amazing wreaths on one page...I'm always so impressed by you sweet friend. I'm thinking we both must have more than 24 hours in a day. Wink-Wink! Wishing your family a sweet Easter season!

    XO, Aimee

  5. Thanks so much for sharing your post at our linky party this week!
    All three great ways to dress up the door for Easter and springtime.


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