Easter Wreath

10:28:00 PM

It's almost Easter!

So for almost free...

my front door is getting a little Easter decor...

I used what I had on hand...
A styrofoam wreath covered with raffia, 
then hot glued eggs on the wreath.

 I encircled the whole wreath with wrapped wire that 
resembles grape vine....  then hung it from 

Happy Easter!


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  1. Love using what you have! :) Sweet Easter Wreath Susan... the ribbon really "ties" it all together.
    Happy Easter!


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