Hit or Miss – Easter Basket Wreath

by Alli

This past weekend I decided to try my hand at an Easter Basket Wreath that I had seen on Pinterest and you can find the inspiration for my wreath and all the directions by clicking here!

burlap Easter wreath #Easter #wreath

The first thing you will notice when you visit the website is that their wreath and mine looks totally different.  I couldn’t find some of the products and I took several easy routes.

The directions for making the wreath include cutting a 14″ wire wreath frame in half.  My basic craft wire cutters refused to cut through that heavy wire.  And then I thought, “Why don’t I leave it as it is and make the top half the handle and the bottom half will remain the basket?”  Then I squashed in the handle part so that it would look more like a basket.

Once I cut the chicken wire, (you may want to use heavy duty gloves) and fashioned it into the shape of a basket around the bottom half of the wreath, I was ready to insert the burlap.  Instead of tying it all off, I just inserted bits into the hexagons of the chicken wire to hold it, kinda like I did with my fall burlap wreath, found here.   It worked for me and was so much more simplistic.

wire basket

burlap easter basket wreath #Easter

Easter Basket Wreath #bunny #burlap #Easter

I really loved how my wreath turned out!  It was a big hit (at least to me)!  Well, I may buy some more eggs to add to it because I bought one pack, intending to buy two, but I got distracted by the 4th of July products that have already filled several aisles at Hobby Lobby.  And then I forgot to go back to the egg aisle.  Oh, well,  it’s all good.

I really enjoyed making this Easter Basket Wreath.  It was fun, easy and my patience didn’t run out before I was done.  And that’s a good thing!

Easter-Basket-Wreath-Collage #Easter

What spring projects are you working on?