Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Robin Egg Wreath Tutorial

This weekend, I put together a Robin Egg Wreath.  It literally took about 5 minutes, so I'm slightly embarrassed to create a tutorial.  However, I'm going to give it a whirl.

Step 1:  Collect the following materials (plain wreath, one strand of fake flowers, zip ties, fake bird nest, fake robin eggs, glue gun, and scissors).

Step 2:  Using the zip ties, attach one end of the strand of fake flowers to the wreath.  Twist the remaining end around the rest of the wreath, and secure the second end with another zip tie.

Step 3:  Trim the zip ties.

Step 4:  Attach the bird nest by sliding the zip tie underneath part of the nest and securing it to the wreath.  I attached the nest over the other zip ties I already used to attach the fake flowers.  This helped to hide all the zip ties.

Step 5:  Trim away the zip tie.

Step 6:  Hot glue the robin eggs to the nest.

Step 7:  Hang on your front door and enjoy your new wreath.

See more tutorials at the Tuesday Tutorial Party at Hope Studios.
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  1. Dogwood is my fave spring flower of all time! The little nest is a nice surprise in this wreath :)

  2. Beautiful Wreath! I love that it's square! Thanks for sharing!

  3. just so adorable...gonna make 1...Thank you!!

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