After the winter pom pom wreath took me like 300 hours to make I wanted something quick and easy for the front door this spring. As you know I also really love inexpensive creations. This wreath hit it out of the ballpark on both counts.
I began with a wire frame I purchased at Joann’s for 50% off. The burlap garland was found at Michael’s and I used a 40% coupon. The total for the two items was $5.00.
It is best to do this project outside as burlap can be a bit messy. Simply make a loop with the burlap ribbon and push it under and up through the wire ring.
I went back and forth across all three rows. Scrunching the loops together to get the desired fullness.
The entire roll of burlap ribbon was used to get this effect. Some faux willow was added that I purchased at Hobby Lobby. The stem was $3.99 at 50% off. It was hot glued onto the burlap.
I had the bird’s nest and quail eggs on hand. But you can find them at any craft store. A few of the branches of the willow were woven into the nest to make it blend better. Simple green wire holds the underside of the nest onto the wire wreath form.
Don’t worry, you can’t see any of the wire wreath form even from the side.
Tomorrow I will show you what is on my front porch.