The spring time weather is upon us here inSE Texas so that meant it was time to start sprucing up the front porch.
Today I am going to share how I made a super quick and easy Easter wreath for our front door.
|These are the only supplies I used. The grapevine wreath is a staple at my house and I use it year after year creating my wreaths. I really should purchase a second one in case something ever happens to it.|
|I found this beautiful egg wrath at Target and it jumped straight in my cart. It was missing something though to make it really pop.|
|I decided that the grapevine wreath was exactly what it needed to give it a more dimensional look.|
|My favorite tools for wrath making are my trusty pliers and florist wire.|
|All I did was attach the egg wreath to the grapevine wreath and twisted the wire closed.|
|Next up this was little moss bunny that I found in the Target bargain section for just $3. All I did was sit him in the middle of the combined wreaths.|
|This is how it all turned out. I think I may add some little wild flowers around it in blue possibly but for now it works. Only took me 10 minutes if that to put it together.|
|Since the wreath is made I am busy trying to get the rest of the porch set up. I am hemming and hawing over this topiary. I purchased it from Grandin Road on Clearance and am trying to decide if it looks too much like a Christmas topiary or not. The base is a ceramic planter I purchased from Target. So what do you all think- Everyday topiary or Christmas Topiary?|
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