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Easter Wreath

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The secret to a stand-out springtime decoration? 3D flower dies and a whole lot of coloured cardstock

Easter Wreath

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A wreath isn’t just for Christmas. There, we said it! More and more of us are embracing the trend at Easter, so why not get involved and craft this floral sensation alongside Keren Baker? Utilising minimal supplies, you can either use your stash of flower dies with your manual die-cutting machine or cut out the motifs digitally using SVGs for speed. If you own one, we also recommend using a glue gun to adhere the die-cuts to the wreath.

You will need

Template from
Dies: 3D flowers, leaves, letters
Cardstock, various colours
Baker’s twine, yellow
Punch, small circles
Die-cutting machine

Die-cut wreath

1. Using the template, cut out several egg-shaped frames from strong card and yellow cardstock. Adhere together, ensuring the yellow frame is the top layer. Die cut different sized flowers from multiple coloured cardstock.

2. Die cut leaves from green, yellow and blue. Add yellow centres to the flowers using a circle punch. Arrange some of the flowers and leaves onto the frame, adding the larger flowers in the centre of your arrangement – we’ve focused ours on the right-hand side.

3. Trim banner shapes from orange, green, yellow, pink, blue and purple card. Die cut letters from the banner shapes to spell out ‘Easter’. Add white cardstock behind each one, then glue along a length of yellow baker’s twine. Secure across the wreath.

4. Glue the remaining flowers to the wreath. Add small blue punched circles around the edges of the flowers and a loop of yellow baker’s twine to the top, securing on the reverse.


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