And it is softly creeping into my home decorating!
A while back I made a Valentines Yarn Ball Garland, that seemed to be a hit with some folks, so I thought I’d give this project another shot, but with an Easter inspiration!
Here is a little tutorial for my Easter Inspired Yarn Ball & Twig Garland!
Hope you enjoy it!
I just used twine and knotted it into bows.
I tied them around the bunch of twigs, about every foot or so, to keep them all together.
5. Now it’s time for the fun stuff, putting it all together!
I find the best way to get started doing this, is to line up all your balls, pompoms and embellishments, along your base, approximately where you want them.
6. Using my glue gun, (and for the first time ever, I did not burn myself!!) I secured the biggest yarn balls on first, then went from there. I put all the balls on, then the eggs, then the birdhouses, and filled in spaces with the pompoms.
7. You are almost done! Once everything is glued on, step back and look for gaps.
Voila, you are done!
|A view of the garland on my mantle.|
|Love how rustic and soft it looks!|
|A close up!
I wrapped the yarn balls 2 different ways – one randomly, and the other a little more precise.
|Aren’t the little eggs and bird houses so cute!|
|Then for extra fun, I tucked in these little cutie-pie chicks! Seriously so cute!|
|HOPE YOU LIKE IT!|