3.24.2010

SUPER Cute Easter Craft...


I am a follower of a blog called Kennedy Klan News.  Debbie is a new friend of mine that runs this blog. I love her photography and her sweet spirit too.  She posted this adorable Easter wreath with a tutorial on how to make it ~
Click HERE to see how "SUPER" easy this wreath is to create. 
Such a great idea & affordable too...
Thanks for sharing this great craft with us Debbie !

For my prim friends...I could see this with prim eggs and raffia. :)

24 comments:

  1. That is sooooo cute! I love it!

    OK...your photo story of the crane was both entertaining and amazing! You are so good at nature photography!!! I hope you had a great trip.

    Your sewing room looks perfect! Down to the toys for your grandaughter!!!!!

    Thanks for missing me! :)

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  2. oh my! I think I just might have to get tons of those plastic eggs on sale this year and do just that!

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  3. I think my inner "crafting diva" just came out! :) So cute...I believe I'll have to give it a try!

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  4. Thanks Robin, I am honored that you showcased my little wreath. Honestly there are so many things different you could do with this little wreath. I made an all pink one for a friend who just had a little baby girl. My favorite are the ones done with regualr eggs and green and pink grass. They take about 1 hour to make and are pretty disposable. Thanks again Robin, I so love visiting your site and looking at all your lovely posts.

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  5. Hi Robin
    That's so pretty. I would love to see it in the prim style too. I'll pop over and see your friend Debbie now.
    Hope you are enjoying your week.
    Lindsay
    x

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  6. oh! This would solve my issue of no front door wreath AND eliminate the years of collected eggs and nothing to do with them. Thank you for the suggestion! :)

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  7. That is so cute! I still have my Christmas wreath hanging on the door--did I just admit to that? Shame, shame, shame, on me!

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  8. It is cute, I will check her blog out. Thanks!

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  9. Hi Robin,
    You're right, this is SUPER cute!!! Thanks for sharing the link.
    I got a kick out of the post below..."you sound like my mother". Hee-hee!
    And the pic of the little one kneeling in prayer with her dollies is priceless! : )
    M.L.

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  10. That is an ADORABLE wreath!!! Love it!

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  11. Ooh, that IS cute! :) I am going to check this out and print out the tutorial~ then even if I don't get to it this year, I'll have the directions for next Easter! :)

    I hope you had a fun weekend! Did you all just love that wonderful weather we had yesterday? It felt like summer! The kids were running around bare foot and everything! :)

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  12. Oh darn, I can't see the picture. I'll have to come back later and see if it will upload.

    ~Christine = )

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  13. That is adorable!!
    I'm going over now to check out her blog

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  14. That's so cute. THanks for sharing the link. I may have to make one of these for next year. I have so many of those eggs left over from years past, I wouldn't even have to buy any!

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  15. Cute!!

    Okay so the hymnal came from our local Christian Bookstore. I heard you can also get them online. I only paid about $6-7 for it. I think.

    You make me smile constantly. Just wanted you to know!!

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  16. Where have I been, Robin?? How did I miss your last two posts?? This wreath is too cute! I cannot wait to check out her blog!

    Your photography never fails to take my breath away, seriously. You are so gifted! I love how you share these moments of beauty with us, Sis. Such a delight to the eye! Lori

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  17. That is very cute!! Happy Easter to you!

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  18. What a cute wreath Robin! I hope that you and your family had a blessed Easter.

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  19. That is so adorable!!

    Hope you had a great Easter!!♥

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  20. Thank You Robin - what a great honor to have my wreath posted on your site. I have been lax in my crafting and posting - New Year's Resolution is to get back to it!! Thanks Again!

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