Last month I hosted a giveaway for a customized tulle wreath and my new friend Briana at Babblings and More was the winner. I am almost done with the wreath but wanted to show you what it looked like before I add her custom monogram initial.
Here are the supplies you’ll need:
- Wreath form
- 4 spools of tulle
- 1 spool of ribbon with at least 9 yards
- Eggs for embellishments
Here is how you start. Cut your tulle into 12″ long strips. I cut 22 pieces of each. I then realized that it needed to have more color to make it pop so I added the plaid ribbon you’ll see in the finished product. I added the ribbon between the yellow and green. I tied each piece in a double knot including the ribbon.
At the end I hot glued the eggs in a pattern at the bottom of the wreath and voila! You have an Easter wreath.
Here is the finished product on two different doors. My Mom, who is visiting from Florida, and I couldn’t decide which picture we liked better.
Now all I have to do is add her initial R, mod podge and glitter it. How cute is that?
Updated: Here is the final wreath with the initial added
Have you made an Easter wreath yet?
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