DIY Easter Wreath and Vase



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I am so happy to share two crafts that I did this past week.  I’m also really excited to bring to you the Sharing is Caring Blog Hop – Easter Edition hosted by Monika from Life With Lovebugs.  Monika is a great friend of mine and I’m so happy to be a part of this great blog hop!  Now, on to my simple crafts (because simple is what I do lol)

Spring Glass Jar Vase

I like keeping spaghetti jars, applesauce jars, pretty much any jar that I can get my hands on.  I’ve used jars to make owl vases before and I decided I want to make another one.  The jar I chose to use already had pretty flowers on it so I knew it was a great choice.

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I spray painted the jar using Krylon’s Blue Ocean Breeze spray paint.

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After spray painting it, I let it dry and then got back to work.

diy easter wreath

After heating up my glue gun, I grabbed the other two items I need for this project.  My daughter found these adorable tiny Easter baskets with eggs at Michael’s & I grabbed this twine because I loved how Monika from Life With Lovebugs vases looked with twine.

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I started at one side and used the hot glue gun to secure the twine.

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I kept wrapping the twine around the jar, gluing it as I went.  I wasn’t sure how many times I was going to wrap the twine but soon enough I realized I loved how it looked.

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One last little touch was adding the little Easter basket that my daughter found at Michael’s.  It’s a really simple project but I’m really happy with how it turned out!

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Spring/Easter Wreath

I’ve never made a wreath before but I keep seeing so many beautiful ones around & online so I decided to make one.  I grabbed some supplies from Michael’s and got to work.

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The first thing I did was clip off a couple of the flowers.  I grabbed two of them and glued them to the wreath.  The speckled eggs I bought had a ribbon on them so I tied them around the flowers.

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I arranged the speckled eggs to see how they would look and started gluing.  Then I used the other tiny Easter basket and glued it in with the eggs.  I love how it turned out & can’t wait to hang it on our front gate!

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Make sure you check out the other links in the blog hop!  I’m sure you’ll find lots of great things!



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Comments

  1. pretty!! can’t wait to do these!

  2. I love both of the crafts! Sometimes I think simpler is better! I really like the color you decided to paint the vase – it is such a soft color.

    I found your page from the Sharing is Caring blog hop! I Have pinned these and will spend a few minutes looking around!

    Nice to meet you! Cynthia at http://FeedingBig.com
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  3. I love the vase – did you paint the inside or the outside? I like the look of painting the inside, but I have been hesitant to do that on anything I might want to put liquid in.

    • aspectacledowl says:

      Megan, I mainly did the outside. I did spray a little inside when I was spray the top to make sure I covered everything

  4. Since I make little decorations like those nests, I absolutely love the idea of doing several vases with the charms and twine for different holidays. What an affordable way to switch up the decor!
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  5. Love the color of the jar!! Such a pretty Easter idea. Your wreath is simply beautiful too! Have a great week!
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    • aspectacledowl says:

      Thank you so much, Nicole! I’m in love with the color of the jar too. Every time I walk by it now I smile :)

  6. What a neat idea! So cute! Thanks for sharing.
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  7. I love the Jar to pieces! The wreath looks so easy to do too! Thank you for sharing!
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  8. I love your wreath and vase. That is my favorite color spray paint. It turned out great. I’ve enjoyed joining in the hop with you! :)
    HUGS
    Kathy
    http://www.lifeonlakeshoredrive.com
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    • aspectacledowl says:

      Thank you so much, Kathy! I am loving the decoration you made for your kitchen. Those big candy jars are awesome!

  9. this is great!
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  10. wow that blue is so pretty! the little nest is so cute. My daughter will want to try this out
    piwi mama recently posted..Sharing is Caring Blog hop is all about Easter!My Profile

  11. Very cute!

  12. OMgoodness! How pretty, I love love love the spray painted jar and feel like a dope for not thinking of that myself. Love it.
    Visiting from the hop
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  13. Love the simplicity of the vase, it turned out beautiful! What an easy way to gift some flowers to someone hosting an Easter dinner! Hopping over from an Easter Blog Hop
    Corey recently posted..Family Traditions in keeping Jesus in Easter!My Profile

  14. Both of your crafts turned out really pretty.. I will have to keep my eyes out for those mini baskets..

  15. Lenora D says:

    So pretty. Love the color but I think I might make white so I could change out the chotzkies for different times

  16. THIS IS AWESOME! I never thought about a wreath on a vase- that is so cute. I’d love for you to join my linky party going on right now at smallfineprint.com
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  17. That’s nice. A personalized gift always means more.

  18. I LOVE that blue color! And the little eggs on both are such a great addition. Thank you so much for sharing at the blog hop! :) -Monika
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  19. hte vase is adorable. Nice thought reusing food jars

  20. Both crafts are super cute! The vase is my favorite :)

  21. Ashley Chassereau Parks says:

    I love these crafts!! They are so perfect for Easter! I try to save glass jars from various things too, but I never thought of making it into a vase! The design on the glass really stood out when you painted the jar!

  22. Cute vase! I love the nest!

    Navy Wifey Peters @ Submarine Sunday
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  23. Too bad I missed this for Easter but am already thinking of all the other seasons that this simple yet great craft could be used at home and as a gift. Thanks for getting the wheels turning.

  24. how cute is that

  25. krystel says:

    wow the final results of that vase is beautiful

  26. marissa lee says:

    this is so cute i love the color..thank you

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