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Since we all are excited about Easter. Visiting families, friends and big dinner plans,decorating is really tricky for all your busy schedule. In this tutorial I am going to show you my favourite simple yet gorgeous Easter wreath. Lets get started.

Things we need:

  • Any type of wreath (you may find this in any hobby stores or in some supermarkets),
  • Decoration eggs (I found then from hobby shop),
  • Decoration ribbon 5cm width,
  • Cherry blossoms flower bunches,
  •  Hot glue gun and glue,
  • wire.
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Step 1: Using hot glue stick the eggs randomly. I am sticking in two spots on the wreath.
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Step 2: I am using the cherry blossoms flower bunch from my previous tutorial. click in the link for making cherry blossoms.
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Step 3: Start to insert the flowers stems randomly in between the eggs for a natural look.
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Step 4: Now we are going to make a bow. First cut about 30 cm of the ribbon and keep aside.
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Step 5: Fold the rest of the ribbon as shown below.
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Step 6: Take a small wire and place it under the ribbon, just as shown.
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Step 7: bring the wire together and twist it so that the ribbon looks like a bow.
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Step 8: Now carefully separate each layers by pulling them out. Once you are done your ribbon will look like a little flower.
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Step 9: Now attach the piece we already cut and kept separately in step 4.  Using the wire we make sure the ribbon is fixed.
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Step 10 : place this ribbon bow in between the eggs on the wreath.
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Now we have our beautiful Easter wreath.
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Hope you all enjoyed the tutorial. Wish you all a very happy Easter.

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Written by Lori

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This is really a cool idea. Keep it up


Nice, good …

British Adams

These are gorgeous. I prefer the ones with brighter colors.