Easter is this weekend and I have been busy planning our family Easter dinner. I saw some beautiful Easter wreath table favors at a home decor store that I absolutely loved, but could not afford at $14.95 each. So like any DIY/Craft blogger, I went home and made my own for a fraction of the cost, and just as pretty too I might add. This is a project that anyone can do, and I will share with you just how easy it is.
To start, I picked up some supplies at the local dollar store, including 6 mini grapevine wreaths and a handful of artificial flowers….all for under $15, which was the cost of one wreath that I had spied originally at the store. Score! Now all I needed was a glue gun and a little time to create.
The first thing I did was to glue some greenery to the wreath. I chose to add some to the side of the wreath because I chose to make the focal design on the side of the wreath.
Next, I added my largest and brightest flower to be the focal flower for the design. I chose these beautiful bright orange flowers with yellow centers because I just loved their cheery brightness.Then I chose to add 3 more smaller flowers in different colours around the focal flower.
And this was my final design. I then made 5 more exactly like the first.
I love how these simple wreaths will dress up my Easter dinner table. They lend such a bright pop of colour. And I saved myself so much money by making my own for a total of 6 for under $15. So never be discouraged when you see something at a store that is outside your budget because with a little elbow grease and creativity, it is well within your power to create your own beautiful project at home.