Hello, today I have a very bold, bright & happy project.
Easter Rosette Wreath
I haven’t had this much fun creating for a while. I put on a good movie and made all my Rosettes first and then played around with the placement until I was happy I had enough.
To make this wreath I used 5 large Rosettes, you need 2 strips of 2″ x 12″ or 11″ card to make this size, scoring along the long side at every 1/2″
I then had 3, 3″ rosettes, you need 2 strips of 1.1/2 x 12″ or 11″ card to make this size, again scoring along the long side at every 1/2″
Then 3, 2″ rosettes, you need 2 strips of 1″ x 12″ or 11″ card to make this size, scoring along the long side at every 1/2″
Finally, you need 4, 1.1/2″ rosettes, you need 1 strip or 3/4 x 12″ or 11″ card to make this size. scoring along the long side at every 1/4″ to give you a flatter looking rosette.
I then raided my craft room gathering all my spring and Easter themed bits and bobs. I purchased the carrots from Poundland along with the mini chickens and pom poms.
The daisy flowers are from the Range UK as well as the ribbon.
The scrabble letters are from my own collection of old letters and numbers.
I also recommend you use a hot glue gun as wet glue will take too long to dry and you will be doing this for hours.
If you haven’t made Rosettes before then I recommend you check out my tutorial below showing how you make them as in the tutorial for the wreath I don’t show you how to make them as I’ve done that before.
Check out my full tutorial below to see how I put the wreath together.
You can make this for any occasion and as big and small as you want.
Thank you as always for stopping by and I hope you’re having fun making my projects.
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Fab. Such lovely bright, cheerful, colours.