Tulle Easter Wreath

Such a fun and easy Tulle Easter Wreath!

Hi friends! It’s Spring and Easter time! Time to break out the bright, cheery colors, right? Well we’re right on board. And today as one of our bright and cheery Spring projects I’m going to share a bit of a wreath “refashion” if you will. A wreath that is now our Tulle Easter Wreath! So you want the whole story? Why a refashion? Well…do you remember this St. Patrick’s Day Wreath I made a few weeks ago?

Such a fun St. Patrick's Day wreath!

So cute, right? Maybe my most favorite (and one of my most popular) wreaths ever. And being as resourceful as I am (ok, you may call it lazy), I fashioned my tulle St. Patrick’s day shamrocks with twine that I tied around the tulle wreath so that I could simply untie it come Easter time and add a more Easter-y themed banner! Genius? Maybe. Craft genius! And that my friends, is exactly what I’ve done here! I used my handy dandy die cutting machine and cut out some cute Easter eggs, glued them to some twine, added a new ribbon for hanging (that I got on clearance from Hobby Lobby for $1 I might add!), and voila! A perfectly Spring-y and adorable Tulle Easter Wreath.

Now I skipped over a TON of details here about how to make this gorgeous FLUFFY wreath in the first place. So if you’re looking for the tutorial of how I made the tulle wreath in the first place, simply…

Click Here for Tulle Wreath Tutorial

 



So what do you think? Could you see the happy, cherry little guy on your front door? If so, give it a try! I really love working with tulle because let’s face it, even the novice crafter can cut and tie tulle, right? It’s almost fool-proof. Give it a try!

Kimberly Sneed
Hi, I'm Kimberly! A working mom, wife to my best friend and mother to two adorable boys. By day I'm a project manager and list-maker extraordinaire, and by night I attempt to make our house a home. I enjoy crafting/DIY, decorating, photography, thrifting and love to share my creative adventures with you!
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Comments

  1. Super cute wreath! Love that it is interchangeable for the holidays :)

  2. 1 wreath, multiple uses = true love. I adore the polka dot ribbon!

  3. this is so colorful and cute….I love the airy-ness of the tulle!

  4. Beautiful wreath. Love the colors you used. I have made some tulle wreaths before, they are always some of my favorites. I would love for you to share at my Spring Battle of the Cookers and Crafters for a chance to win some great prizes.
    http://bacontimewiththehungryhypo.blogspot.com/2012/03/spring-battle-of-cookers-and-crafters_15.html

  5. This is so cute!!! I love how it is made out of Tulle too!!! xoxo- Rachel
    http://bubblynaturecreations.com/2012/03/diy-trailing-dogwood-wreath-pottery-barn-knock-off.html

  6. Cute wreath and cute blog! Found you through Tiffany’s Flaunt a Friend. Glad I have :)

  7. This is adorable! I’m nominating you for the Versatile Blogger Award. Stop by today for details :)

  8. Cute! Come and vistit our link party: http://fabricbowsandmore.blogspot.com/

  9. love this wreathe!!! &’cute new header girl :)

  10. You did an awesome job recycling your St. Patty’s day wreath! So cute!!!! Stopping by from the blog hop and happy to be following you. Hope you have a chance to check me out too.

    take care,
    jen
    sunnyvanilla.blogspot.com

  11. Ah! That’s so smart. I’ve been thinking for a while on making a wreath where I would change just a smart part of it for each holiday…but haven’t quite gotten there yet! :)

    New follower from the blog hop!

    Brie @ BreezyPinkDaisies

  12. Very clever and cute! Love that it’s so easy to change it!

  13. Very clever wreath! I hope you will link this up to my Hippity Hop Easter Project Hop if you haven’t already.

    http://www.itsybityspaperblog.com

  14. The tulle wreath is so cute and what a great way to reuse a cute decor item you already had!
    ~Tonia @ The Gunny Sack

  15. I love the look of tulle and it is so pretty on a wreath. I would say changing to decoration and now the wreath is resourceful, not lazy. =) I would love it if you would link up your wreath on my first linky party, Dare to Share.

    Pam
    http://pamspartyplanning.blogspot.com/2012/03/dare-to-share-linky-party.html

  16. love the fluffy the tulle offers the wreath come see me at http://shopannies.blogspot.com

  17. That looks awesome! I would love for you to share it (and any other creations) at my new linky party- “Pin It and Win It Wednesday” @ http://www.cheapcraftymama.com!

  18. Love the tulle! I’ve made so many tulle projects since having my daughter- it really is fun to work with!

    http://www.bearrabbitbear.com

  19. How fun! Tulle really does make a fun, textural wreath! I’m smitten!

  20. It’s so great when you click on something labeled Easter, but you can use it for so many things. I have been making fabric wreaths, when I say this all I could say is wow, I Love it. I have some tulle left over from my candlestick Christmas trees so I’m going to try this one. THanks so much, as usual you’re always on the ball.
    ncjeepster@aol.com

  21. I love anything tulle, and this wreath is adorable!
    Jeanie @ create&babble recently posted..Easter Bunny SilhouetteMy Profile

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