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How to Make an Easter Wreath – if you enjoy making your own home decor, you’ll love this Grapevine Easter Wreath tutorial! It is a simple and inexpensive way to add a little Easter charm to your home.
This simple Easter wreath is a great beginner project if you’re new to crafting, or if you don’t want to have to clean up a big mess afterward. Easy, inexpensive and pretty DIY projects are always my favorite!
One of the great things about grapevine wreaths is that I rarely need to use any sort of adhesive. With all the little nooks and crevices, you can just tuck your flowers and other decor into the grapevine. That means, you can easily change it up for other holidays or seasons!
Before we get into this project, I want to share with you a few reader favorites for Easter time!
Easter DIY Projects
- Easter Cricut Projects – a whole collection of beautiful Cricut crafts you can make to help celebrate Easter.
- You’ll love these awesome Easter Eggs Decorating Ideas that go way beyond little cups of dye!
Grapevine Easter Wreath Materials
- Grapevine Wreath (18 inches) I got mine from Joanne’s with a coupon
- Wire cutters
- 2 sets of white flowers- Dollar Tree
- 2 sets of yellow flowers- Dollar Tree
- 2 sets of the yellow and orange carrots- Dollar Tree
You could make this wreath with any color silk flowers you like. Any pastel colors would look beautiful with this, I think!
How to Make an Easter Wreath
STEP 1: Using the wire cutters, cut all of the flowers off of the stem. Cut about 4 inches after each flower.
STEP 2: I started just a little to the right of the bottom middle of the wreath with 3 yellow flowers, because this wreath has lots of crevasses, you can just tuck the stem of the flower into the grapevine. I alternated the flowers.
STEP 3: After using all of the flowers, I used the wire cutters to trim down the carrots. You could also use a knife as this is wood but I liked using the wire cutters as it cut easier.
STEP 4: Trim three of the carrots and then place on the right side of the flowers on the bottom. That’s it! Not bad, right?
This project took me about a half hour, but I admit I was being fussy on a couple things so you could probably even finish it quicker!
More DIY Wreath Projects
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