I wanted an Easter Wreath, but I’m on a spending…er…diet. Shelling out cash on a wreath for my front door that will only be there for 2 weeks seems frivolous, so I decided to make one using stuff I already had.
I had my heart set on using a pool noodle as the base, but alas, I must have purged them all last summer 🙁 The only thing I had that was remotely big enough was a paper plate…let the budget friendly project begin!
I decided to use coffee filters to create a paper flower looking wreath. It is really simply and looks lovely.
Step one: Cut a whole in the middle of your plate.
Step two: Simply fold up the coffee filter, with the middle being a point, and hot glue to the edge of your plate.
Step three: Repeat step two until your wreath is full!
Step four: Add whatever Eastery stuff you want!