Too cute for the front door! Perfect, easy, simple, pretty spring wreath!!! - Click image to find more DIY & Crafts Pinterest pins for Easter and other holidays!
bare feet welcome! Perfect for everyday wreath, to welcome Spring, and for Easter. #easterparty #welcomesign #springwreath
this is seriously the cutest Spring/Easter wreath! #spring #wreath #easter
Spring wreath for all occasions #spring #homedecor #diy #craft #wreath
Fun spring/Easter idea
Happy Tuesday! Today I am honored to introduce Patty from Capture the Details. She will be sharing a tutorial on making a super cute "Spring Baby Grass Wreath." I am a huge fan of her etsy shop (as you have probably noticed, her items have been in my Monday Faves many times!) and when I saw this tutorial she created, I asked her if she would share it with all you fabulous readers :) So, welcome Patty :) Hello! I'd like to say thank you to the gracious Ashley for asking me to guest host on her blog today. My name is Patty Schaffer and I am the owner of P.S. it's in the details, an etsy store featuring creative paper items designed and handmade by me. I also have a blog, Capture the Details, where I like to share my newest designs, scrapbook layouts, craft ideas and pictures and stories about my family. I have a feature on my blog on the first and third Mondays of each month called 'Make it Monday'. I share a crafty idea with you and provide pictures and instructions so you can follow along and make one of your own. I knew I wanted to do a spring wreath and when I saw yarn at the craft store that struck me as very baby grass-like, it was a proverbial *light bulb* moment and the baby grass wreath idea was grown!Let's get started! (I bought all the supplies at Joann Fabric & Crafts). ....You will need a foam wreath form (I used an 8" green foam wreath), yarn (I used one skein of Lion Brand Yarn Fun Fur in Lime Green, article #320-194), a daisy trim (I used Wright's Trim, but you could use any you like- such as this or this), and long pearlized pink pins (1½"). Start by wrapping the yarn around the wreath and tying a knot to secure the end. Then start wrapping... ... and wrapping... I kept the strands very close together, pushing them closer if needed... just work at a table and pass the skein of yearn through the center of the wreath with each wrap around... keep wrapping... ...and wrapping... Look! We're growing baby grass!!!... keep wrapping... ...we're getting there... keep wrapping... almost done... ....Yea!!!! We have a baby grass wreath! So cute! Now to add a few spring daisies sprouting up in the baby grass. Cut the daisy trim apart between the flowers... Push a pink pearlized pin through the center of the daisy... And insert the daisy pin into the foam wreath... Grow as many daisies in your baby grass as you would like... It would look beautiful just sitting on a table as is. I added a wide pink ribbon to mine to hang it, and then a cute little sign that says "bare feet welcome"... There you go ~ very simple to make and so darn cute! Enjoy your Spring Baby Grass Wreath! :-) (All images and tutorial content are by Patty @ Capture the Details) +++ Thank you so much for sharing this great tutorial, Patty! I cannot wait to buy the materials and work on one of these this weekend! Yay! :) Be sure to visit Patty's blog for more great ideas and inspiration and her etsy shop for fabulous handmade goodies!