Do you have family coming over tomorrow for Easter? Need a last minute decoration that will “wow” them before they even enter your house? This burlap wreath takes less than 30 minutes to make and costs less than $20.
Let’s go through what you’ll need. I’ve listed my approximate cost next to each item. These items were all from Michael’s and were all sale items or used coupons.
How to Make a Burlap Wreath in 20 Minutes
– Wire wreath (mine is 18″ because we have a large 9′ door, $3)
– Burlap (I used a little over two 10yd rolls, $4 each)
– Crafting/floral wire
– Decorations (wood “Happy Easter” sign and eggs, $2.50)
Step 1 – Using some wire, fasten an end of the burlap to the bottom of your wreath.
Step 5 – Hold the twist tightly against the bottom of the wreath, then repeat steps 2-4, making three loops, twisting, then three loops, etc. When you’ve gone all the way around the wreath, use your wire again to secure the end.
Adding Similar Easter Decorations
Step 1 – I got this wood sign for about $2. The wooden stake came off pretty easily without any tools. (If there are any tacks/staples left in the sign, make sure you remove them or press them down so they don’t scratch your door.)
Step 2 – Use wire to hang the sign from the wreath. I also used wire from the bottom and across the sides to stabilize the sign, so that it would not twist and turn in the wind.