It's time again for another wreath! Actually...time for an EASTER wreath!
I meant to get to this last weekend, but time just didn't allow it. I saw this idea in a FABULOUS magazine for lovers of creativity, entertaining, and cooking. It's called "Celebrate" and is done by Phyllis Hoffman. My mom is subscribed to it, and I always
steal borrow it shortly after it comes in the mail to browse at all the cute ideas. It is a great starting place for party planning, even if you want to throw a party but don't know what kind. She comes up with party ideas for anything and everything, and everything is cute and coordinated which I love. The crafts and decor are not ones that LOOK homemade, if you know what I mean. But most of the ideas are cheap, and the magazine (and website) has wonderful printables. I will someday subscribe myself so I can have my own collection!
Anyway...on to the WREATH! Here is your tutorial for my twist on the one that is in the most recent issue of "Celebrate" complete with pictures:
|Here's what you'll need:|
1 Flat-Sided wreath form
2 boxes of bunny shaped Peeps (I obviously overbought, but that's ok because I love the fluffy little treats!)
Wide ribbon the color of the Peeps you purchased (Satin is best)
Ribbon for hanging
Jellybeans to coordinate if you choose
Wrap your wreath form with your ribbon, placing a dot of hot glue every now and then to secure it in place. I accidentally bought the ribbon that is stiffer, so mine doesn't look as smooth as it would if you used satin ribbon. However, I knew that it would be covered, so if it's cheaper you can use it!
And there you have it! Cute little Peep wreath for Easter! Hope everyone is enjoying some sunshine and Spring weather!