“He is Risen” Easter Wreath Tutorial

deco mesh easter wreath with he is risen sign

Easter Wreath

Taalor (my grandson’s wife, Carrie’s daughter-in-law) works at Trendy Tree and designed this pretty “He is Risen” sign in the shop the other day. So, Carrie and I used it as the focal point of a spring Deco mesh wreath. We did the tutorial as a Facebook/TikTok live but you can watch the replay below.

Supplies

Supplies are in stock right now at Trendy Tree and you can get the kit while they last. The individual supplies are listed too in case you want to change anything up.

Easter is March 31, 2024, this year, but after Easter it would be easy to remove the sign and use the wreath just as is, or you could add another spring or summer sign that would blend with the mesh and ribbon.

Kit

Trendy Tree “He is Risen” Deco Mesh Kit

Individual Products

TT-085 – 10″ “He Is Risen” Metal Sign

RX9143WW – 2.5″ Lime/White Polka Dot Ribbon

RGE778915 – 7/8″ Glitter Pink Ribbon

RX9148X7 – 1.5″ Yellow/White Stripe Ribbon

RGA16828K – 2.5″ Bold Blooms Ribbon

XB240310-04 – 10″ Blue/White Fabric Stripe Mesh

RY8501E2 – 10.5″ Lavender/White Iridescent Foil Mesh

XX750437 – 24″ Lime Pencil Wreath

Handy Tools

Cutting Mat

Rotary Cutter

Scissors

Bow Makers

Zip Ties

Key Points

This wreath was really easy to make and would be a good one for beginners. Here are the highlights.

He is Risen” Easter Wreath – Ruffle Technique

  • Cut the mesh into 20″ pieces. You will need 36 pieces and it will take all of two rolls 10″ x 10 yd mesh. If the last ruffle runs short, don’t worry, it won’t show.
  • Make a ruffle by turning the cut edges under a bit, then scrunching up through the middle.
  • Place two ruffles in a twist and secure with a couple of turns.
  • Punch holes in the sign and attach chenille stems or use a cable mount glued to the back to thread the chenille stem through. Secure sign to wreath frame without pulling it down into the mesh too deep.
  • Make two identical 14″ bows and attach to the upper right and lower left of the wreath. You will have ribbon left over. Fill in with ribbon strips if desired. I would cut them about 13″ if using ribbon strips.
  • Make a hanger using a chenille stem, zip tie, or floral wire.

Until Later…

I brought the “He is Risen” Easter wreath home to capture some images, and once I saw how nice it looked on my front door, I opted to leave it there. Unless Carrie requests its return.)))

She’s gearing up for more spring tutorials for us to do, so stay tuned!

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deco mesh easter wreath with he is risen sign

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