Are you short on time and still need an Easter Wreath for your front door? If so, this is a 30 minute or less craft that will have Easter on your front door before the dinner is done and the guest arrive. Besides being a quick craft it is also inexpensive. I used Easter eggs and grass that we had around the house as well as a wreath from another holiday.
- Mini Bowdabra
- Bowdabra Bow Wire
- Five 1.5”œ Sheer Polka Dot ribbon strips
- 2”³ Grosgrain White Ribbon
- 1/2”³ Pink Grosgrain 5 inch piece
- Grapevine Wreath
- Easter Eggs
- Stickers or Die Cuts that spell out Easter
- Easter grass
- Hot glue gun
1. Wrap the 2″ wide white ribbon around the wreath. Glue both ends to the wreath with the hot glue gun.
2. Hot glue the EASTER letters to the Easter eggs.
3. Hot glue the Easter eggs to the wreath.
4. Stick Easter grass all around the eggs.
5. Cut 18”³ of Bowdabra Bow wire fold it in half and place it into the Bowdabra.
6. Use the same 2″ wide white ribbon to start your bow. Find the center of your ribbon and make loops back in forth until you have equal amount on both sides. I made two loops of different sizes on mine.
7. Take 5 strips of the polka dot ribbon or sheer ribbon, find the middle and press into the Bowdabra.
8. Spread out the sheer ribbons so that you have an x and then one in the center. Add the smaller pink ribbon to the center. Scrunch down with the Bowdabra Bow Wand. Thread the two loose ends of Bowdabra wire through the loop.
9. Pull the wire tightly. Remove the bow for the Bowdabra and bring the wire around the back and tie it tightly.
10. With the Bowdabra Wire, secure the bow onto the wreath. Trim the extra wire.