An Easy DIY Easter Wreath

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Today I created an easy last minute Easter wreath...

An Easy DIY Easter Wreath

I shopped the house this morning to turn an old 
naked grapevine wreath into an adorable Easter decoration
just in time for this weekend.

An Easy DIY Easter Wreath

I added store bought carrots, a flocked bunny, and some
speckled eggs to turn this simple wreath into a quick makeover
for my Easter entertaining.

This wreath... and all my wreaths, hang from this 
Junky Wreath Hanger I created from old parts. 

The wreath hanger gives every wreath an extra rustic layer.

An Easy DIY Easter Wreath

A store bought bow and items I already 
had were put together to create a simple and easily
changeable holiday wreath.

I attached the pieces with DIY Mini Aged Clothespins 
that can easily clip decorations on and off in seconds.

An Easy DIY Easter Wreath

After Easter I can pull off all the Easter decorations
and my naked grapevine wreath will be 
ready to be decorated for the next holiday... 

An Easy DIY Easter Wreath

Have a blessed Easter and Passover my friends!

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