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April 18, 2014

Floral Wreath Eggs

Why decorate Easter eggs when you can accessorize them? Follow these simple steps to make a beautiful floral wreath for your Easter egg.

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Supplies needed:

  • Baby's breath
  • Scissors
  • 2 six-inch pieces of 28-gauge wire
  • Hard-boiled egg
  • Permanent marker

First, cut small pieces of baby's breath.

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Use one piece of wire to make a circle to fit the top of your egg, twisting the ends around each other to secure.

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Use second piece of wire to wrap cut pieces of baby's breath to the circle, each overlapping the last piece.

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When you come back to the beginning, cut wire.

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Draw face, place crown, and display.

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Anne Weil
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Anne Weil is the creative voice behind Flax & Twine. A maker and lover of beautiful things, she handmakes charming and simple  designs and DIYs for the modern crafter. Anne relishes finding creative moments in her studio to craft, knit, crochet, sew, and photograph handmade lovelies that really make her heart sing. Read More

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