Easter Crafts

Easter Wreath

I had so much fun making this beautiful Easter Wreath! The felt flowers were much more simple to create than I had realised and the result is this stunning piece which we are currently admiring in our entrance way.

You will need:

1. Coloured felt

2. Scissors

3. Foam wreath

4. Twine

5. Hot glue gun

6. Scissors

Start by wrapping the foam wreath with twine. This part can be quite time consuming but easy to do while watching a movie or TV so I was able to complete this part of the project in a couple of evenings. When the wreath is completely covered glue down the end to secure it in place.

Now you can start on the flowers.

Felt Rose

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1. Cut out a rectangle shape

2. Round off the edges

2. Round off the edges

3. Use your scissors to cut a spiral pattern in the felt

3. Use your scissors to cut a spiral pattern in the felt

4. Roll felt into rose shape. Use the center of the spiral as the base

4. Roll felt into rose shape. Use the center of the spiral as the base

Place a spot of glue onto the center of the spiral to secure the rolled up rose in place.

Felt Flower

1. Cut a strip of felt and fold in half. Using the hot glue gun secure this along the open edge

1. Cut a strip of felt and fold in half. Using the hot glue gun secure this along the open edge

2. Using your scissors make small cuts along the folded edge

2. Using your scissors make small cuts along the folded edge

3. Roll up the felt strip and secure with glue

3. Roll up the felt strip and secure with glue

Now that you have created all your felt flowers, attach them to your wreath using the hot glue gun. I added little leaf shapes and two Easter Bunnies to make it look extra cute.

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This wreath is my favourite Easter craft I have made this year! I hope you enjoy creating it as much as I did! Happy crafting!

– Petal Pocket

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