Easter Mesh Wreath Tutorial

Do you know that Easter Sunday was eagerly awaited festival event among the Christians community. Many Christians celebrate Easter Sunday as the day of Jesus Christ’s resurrection in which is written in the New Testament of the Christian bible. In that the Gospel of John in the New Testament and Mary Magdalene came to the tomb where Jesus was buried and found it empty and shocked. An angel form the heaven arrived and told her the truth that Jesus had raised.  The extreme roots word of the Easter holiday traditions were been followed for many centuries and activities can be traced back to pagan celebrations begins. The name Easter is believed to come from Eostara which means the goddess of rebirth. In early ages of the times the Feast of Eostara celebrated earth’s resurrection and rebirth.

Many Christians worldwide celebrate Easter with special servicing the church, wreaths which are homemade, flowers, music, candlelight and the ringing of church bells on the mass. Easter as the greatest festival of the Church year which was viewed my Christine. Find out how you can create a unique and trendy wreath using pieces of ribbon or floral mesh. By looking at this finished project you will never believe how easy it is made. By which mesh wreath was made using the same techniques as this mesh Christmas tree.

Easter Ribbon Wreath Tutorial

What you need:

  • 14-16 inch wire or craft ring or grapevine
  • 2 yards of 2 inch wire ribbon or floral deco mesh
  • Craft wire
  • Wreath hanging hook
  • Glittery and colored eggs
  • Silk flowers
  • Butterflies

Making of the Wreath:

Step 1: Initially Prepare the base of the wreath and which can be easily made out of wire or grapevine.

Step 2: Cut the mesh or ribbons into 1 to 2 yards.

Step 3: Now start tying the pieces of mesh in knots in the base do not tie it so tightly keep the mesh somewhat loose so that it will look really bounce.

Step 4: Then cut the smaller ribbons tie it tightly with the mesh and the base.

Step 5: Now paste the silky sunflower, glittered eggs & balls and butterflies into the wreath using glue.

Step 6: Last but not least keep the Happy Easter card into the middle of the wreath.

Step 7: Hooks are placed in the back side of the wreath which help you to hang it in door.

Follow this step you your creativity and make more different designed wreath and send us the photographs.

easter mesh wreath


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