This is a fun wreath to make just in time for Easter. Mine will be kept up until “red, white and blue” season.
For this wreath you will need;
- Willow or grapevine wreath form
- White spray paint
- Acrylic craft paints and brushes
- Craft wire
- Wire cutters
I hope you enjoy this tutorial. If you have any questions or comments, they can go here.
I’d love to see YOUR finished wreath, please email me a picture and I will add it to a gallery.
Yesterday was spent preparing for the impending flood. Buying a river front property doesn’t seem like the best idea when moving things from garage to basement so property doesn’t go floating down the old Ohio. As we sit inside, waiting for the flood to roll in, BOOM! Everything is covered in snow! We have endured rain after snow, after rain, after snow and we’re looking at a ton more rain over the next week or so.
I think we’re going to spend the next day or so in the house, as the water peaks and crests, knitting and binge watching “Stranger Things” …again. Maybe, I’ll get started on some Easter projects.
Here it is! My crochet lesson post. Grab some yarn and a hook and follow along.
Battle that yarn stash and make a bunny or two. These little guys are adorable and just in time for Easter. Check out the video below for the tutorial as well as the other resources I’ve provided.
You will need:
- Pom-Pom Maker (or click here for my pom-pom video)
- Crochet Hook (appropriately sized for your yarn)
- Tapestry Needle
- Scissors (SHARP)
- Hot Glue Gun
- For a beginner crochet tutorial click here
Get the written pattern for bunny ears — Bunny Ears Pattern
I hope you enjoy your bunny creations! If you would like to send me a picture of your finished product, email me and I will create a gallery of community creations. Any questions, comments or concerns, click here to tell me.