With Easter upon us, I wanted to add a Vintage Sieve Easter Wreath to my final touches of decorating! Using bits and pieces that I already had in my craft stash I had so much fun making this simple wreath.
Supplies needed to Make your own Vintage Sieve Easter Wreath:
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- Wreath – I used a 15″ wreath but you can use any size that fits your sieve.
- Antique White Coloured Chalk Paint
- Small brush
- Thrifted Vintage Sieve
- Coordinating ribbon – You can get a sweet pink polka dot ribbon (20 Yards) from Amazon for $11.90 – I used some ribbon from a wedding present that I kept.
- Glue Gun
- Small Bunny – I found the bunny that I used in Bed Bath and Table. They came in a pack of 10
- 3 x Mini Foam Eggs – You can get a packet of 100 glitter eggs from Amazon for $4.99 – I picked up my speckled eggs from my local Dollar King Shop.
- Easter Grass
- Kraft Tag
Using my small brush I gave my wreath a light coat of Antique White Chalk Paint. It was more of a dry brush than anything else as I wanted the natural colour of the wreath to come through. The best way to do this is place about 2cm of your brush into the paint and scrape off any excess paint on the side of your paint container. Then just go to town on painting your wreath.
Once dry, using your coordinating ribbon wrap the ribbon around your wreath, anchoring it down with a blob of glue from your glue gun.
Then take your Vintage Sieve and Easter Grass and make a little nest big enough to sit in the bottom of the sieve, pop in your bunny and your mini foam eggs. I made the tag from a grubbied up shipping tag cut down to size. Then using a fine tipped sharpie, I wrote the words “Hippity Hop” and attached it to the top of the sieve using my glue gun.
Then using some spare ribbon and jute I attached the Vintage Sieve to the Wreath!
Something so sweet and simple to complete my Easter decorating for this year and hope you enjoy making yours to!
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Happy Wreath making!
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