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How to Make a Springtime Floral Carrot ‘Wreath’

Spring has sprung! Spruce up your front door with this adorable floral carrot hanging wreath. Add a pop of fun color to welcome the warm weather, along with the Easter Bunny.

Difficulty level: Beginner
Time to complete: 1 hour
Age range: 12 and up

Things You’ll Need:

4 Bunches of Tulips

2 Weatherproof Maidenhair Fern Bush

Wired Ribbon of your choice

Green Paddle Wire

Wire Cutters


Things to do:

  1. Start by cutting the tulips from the bush

2. Bunch 3 of the flowers together, making one stick out a bit further from the other 2, as this will make the point of your carrot. Use your floral wire to wrap around the stems and secure the flowers together.

3. Continue wrapping bunches of 3 tulips with floral wire and adding onto existing flowers. This will help to build up your carrot.

4. Once you get to your desired length, it’s time for greenery! Start by fluffing it out and then cutting the majority of the stem off.

5. Place the greenery over the stems of the tulips. Wire the greenery around the stems and then cut off any extra tulip stems.

6. Get desired wired ribbon cut and ready to make your bow. Use the ribbon to personalize your piece. Make this yours! Use the wired ribbon to make fun spirals with the ends of your ribbon, simple wrapping it around for a fun finished look.

7. For ease of hanging, simply cut a small piece of floral wire and make a loop.

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DIY Valentine’s Day Wall Art

Give your loved ones a lasting reminder of what they mean to you this Valentine’s Day. This festive art is easy to make (even for the non-artists!) and is a lovely reflection of the way you feel.

Difficulty level: Beginner
Time to complete: 1 hour
Age range: 12 and up

Things you’ll need:
Red felt
10-inch canvas
Black, white, red paint
Red marker
Red buttons
Tacky glue
Stencil tape
Paint brush

Things to do:
1. Measure down 1″ and mark the canvas. Continue to mark the canvas every 1 1/2 “.
2. Cover the marks with tape.
3. Paint the canvas with black paint, covering the tape.
4. When the paint has dried, pull the tape back to reveal the stripes.
5. Write ‘Me + You’ in pencil and cover the letters with red marker. If you want to make the letters a little fancier, you can add paint dots with the end of a paintbrush.
6. Cut out a heart shape from a 6″ square of felt.
7. Arrange the buttons on the felt heart and use glue to attach them.
8. Glue the button heart onto the canvas.

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