Monday, March 21, 2011

Easter Basket Wreath

DSC_0986 Well this may be a little early but my door seems REALLY Naked with out a wreath! Also I bought my wreath stuff a while back and I was pretty excited to make this wreath. My Mom always made wreaths like these for our neighbor and friends. Well she would buy the stuff and let my sister and I make them. I know she is where my love to craft came from!

Items Needed:

  • Wreath, (you can totally use my favorite cardboard too!)
  • Moss or Easter grass (I only used 1 bag)
  • Plastic Eggs (Dont you have about a million of these! I do!)DSC_0961I bought my supplies at the dollar store (I love the price :)!  Make sure you are wanting to make a slight mess and start hot gluing your moss to your wreath.DSC_0963I liked the look of only going half way around, my 1st intention was to go the completely around. Doesn't it look like an Easter basket to you? I simply glued my eggs in the spots that I liked. DSC_0971 I added a little ribbon to break up between moss and wreath and then hung it on my door to stare… It was missing something!DSC_0977 What makes every Easter basket perfect… Duh the chocolate bunny! So I went back to the craft room and found some extra cardboard, yes leftovers can you tell?!DSC_0981I cut him out and added some fun brown scrapbook paper. Then glued him into his new home.DSC_0983   Well What do you think? I love it and for $2.00 that just sweetens the deal!DSC_0987 I also thought I would show you another idea, this is the wreath I made last year. Just a simple foam wreath from the dollar store and jelly beans! It was super quick and yummy! I was also able to keep my Mom’s tradition alive and made these for a couple of friends doors. Trust me they will love an off season gift!DSC01836

I cant wait to share the rest of the Easter stuff we have in store for you guys!

~Kori


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38 comments:

  1. Looks cute, I love the chocolate bunny!

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  2. Cute wreath!

    New follower from the Tiggerific Tuesday blog hop!

    Christina
    http://www.trendsettingmom.com

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  3. um....are those Robin Eggs on the bottom wreath??? You'd find me outside your door, eating them!! Super cute.

    Thanks for riding the train today! Now following so I don't miss any more cute stuff
    The Survival Mama

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  4. Following you from Tiggerific Tuesday blog hop. I love both of these wreaths. I can definitely see us making the jelly bean one.

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  5. cute!

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  6. So creative! Love this post...thank you for linking up to Whassup Wednesday! Hope to see you tomorrow:)

    xoxokara

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  7. New follower here from the Tiggerific Tues. Blog hop. Cute Blog! I am glad I found you. Have a wonderful day.

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  8. what cute ideas! Thanks for sharing!

    :) Marcy @ Life's Gristle

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  9. so cute, love the bunny! thanks so much for sharing this at my party!!

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  10. Too cute! My LO would love to help me make one of these:)

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  12. Adorable- love the jellybean wreath too! Thanks for linking up and can't wait to see more of your Easter ideas!!

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  13. Adorable and very creative!
    Thanks for linking this up too!

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  14. Adorable wreath! Makes you smile!

    Kerri

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  16. Oh Cute! Thanks for sharing =)

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  17. Such a lovely idea. I really like the 3D look the eggs give it.

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  18. Thank you SO MUCH for linking up to WHASSUP WEDNESDAY!!! Great entry:)

    Hope to see you next Wednesday!

    xoxokara

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  19. Love easy to do craft projects and this one is easy and adorable! Thanks for sharing!

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  20. What a fun idea! Thanks for stopping by and linking today!

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  21. I love the little bunny in your wreath!

    megan
    craftycpa.blogspot.com

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  22. Both wreaths are a delight! Wonderful!

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  23. Such a cute idea, I think kids would love seeing this hanging on their bedroom doors! :-) Thanks for linking up!

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  24. Cute. I really like last year's. Great idea to give the off season gifts.

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    - The Tablescaper

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  25. These are both really cute...thanks for sharing with all of us.

    Blessings,
    Linda

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  26. hiya , visiting form debbie doo's and am following you , great wreath and i love how you made the bunny tfs , i am going to have a look around your blog now x hope to see you at mine soon
    xmaggiex

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  27. Very nice! I'd love for you to link up at Inspire Me Mondays @ Singing Three Little Birds!
    http://singingthreelittlebirds.blogspot.com/2011/03/inspire-me-monday_28.html

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  28. Lovely:) I just joined up with my 1st blog hop and saw your link, so thought I'd pop one over and say Hi and follow you too:) You can find me at http://louandjane.blogspot.com/ Jane:)

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  29. How fun is this!! And less than $2!!! That is awesome!!! Thanks for sharing on Fancy This Fridays!!! :)

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  30. Very sweet. Love your blog - I found you at the Newbie party.

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  31. $2.00??? Seriously? You are a thrifty rockstar. Thanks for linking up this post on BeColorful too.
    Pam

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  32. Great project! Thanks for linking up last week! I hope to see another of your posts this week! :) http://petitehermine.blogspot.com/2011/04/sunday-linky-party-9-goodies.html

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  33. Happy to see your creative idea linked up last week at my K.I.S.S. blog bash. Looking forward to seeing what great project you share this week, remember the link is open until Tuesday @ midnight {CST}.

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  34. Again- awesome. I will be making an Easter wreath "dollar store" wreath sometime too! I love the dollar store- it is the best! I am there like every other day- my husband thinks I'm nuts ;-) Thank you for sharing!

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  35. Very cute! Loved seeing your creative process. Thanks so much for adding this to the Easter and Spring Party!

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  36. Wow, that Easter basket wreath is so creative. That you for linking up with Hopping Along to Easter.
    Blessings

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  37. LOVE LOVE LOVE! Fantastic ideas! ThanQ so much.. (=
    Brightest Blessings

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