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Easter Wreath

Posted by phonegirl (My Page) on
Wed, Mar 25, 09 at 22:13

This is a wreath I made years ago. I was going to make some for the office tonight before the kids get here and I realized all of my eggs are out in the shed and DS stuff is still in front so I'll try to get a couple made this weekend.

Did any of you make these before? I usually use Easter grass but a friend had given me a bag of this blue stuff for my bird houses so I used it on this one. I should of tucked it in before snapping this picture but you get the jest of it.

Easter Wreath

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RE: Easter Wreath

Your wreath looks really nice Punk. I haven't made one, but I think it was Oddie on the Crafts forum that made some last year. I've seen them done with feathers too, but the Easter grass would certainly be more economical and more "Eastery" looking too.

I need to get out in my shed and dig out the Easter decorations too. My DH says "Why, we already have bunnies all over the house now". LOL He's right, I do have quite a few bunnies that I keep out most all the time.


RE: Easter Wreath

The wreath is lovely! I love Easter, and springtime and bunnies and flowers!!!

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