A tisket, a tasket, I made an Easter Basket!
Isn't it fun?!
I wanted to make an Easter wreath that would last all spring. I had in mind something that looked like a basket full of flowers. So I had the idea of taking a wire wreath form and wrapping it in burlap to mimic the basket shape and adding a whole bunch of flowers.
I love how it turned out!
I think it still has that Easter feel with the basket, but it'll look good until I get around to replacing it. Love that!
The bow tucked into the corner is probably my favorite part.
The day I made this I met with a few friends from my neighborhood and we all made wreaths, but I forgot to bring my camera. So I don't have picture instructions, but I'll do my best to describe the process.
You start out with a wire wreath form.... one kinda like this.
Then get some burlap ribbon or strips of burlap. I couldn't find ribbon so I ended up getting some burlap fabric and cutting it into strips. Start by wrapping half the form to make the handle of the basket. Then take strips of burlap and wrap the burlap all the way across the front of the frame and hot glue on the back. Continue down the second half of the wreath to create the basket.
So now you have the basic basket. You can now add your flowers and embellishments! I just tucked the flowers into the different strips of burlap, hot-gluing and/or tying it to the back.
I hope that made sense!
Anyway... It took me about an hour from start to finish and I love it! I hope you'll give it a try!
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