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My motto is "if you do stuff, stuff gets done"

Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Front door Easter decorations

We have not been on a normal routine here for several weeks and when I started seeing Easter decorations on other blogs, I thought I was too busy and lacking enough energy to decorate our home this season.
Then I thought about my grandchildren and how they like fun and pretty things, so after I cleaned house this morning, I got out the storage tub of Easter things.

It's funny how when you start doing things, it just makes you want to do more.

I remembered I have been wanting a big Easter egg wreath for years. We had to go the bank so while we were in town, I bought a wreath form and plastic eggs.

I used new eggs and old eggs, can't say how many but takes lots. Hot glue seemed to be the perfect adhesive.

The living room is decorated too and I will show some pictures of it tomorrow.

Our front door







15 comments:

  1. that easter egg wreath is so cute!
    I guess you have to get a big enough wreath for them all to fit, huh?
    I like where you have it.

    I also like your motto:
    "If you do stuff, stuff get done."

    Simple as that, huh? Pat

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  2. OH!!! I LOVE that wreath!!!!

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  3. I love the wreath! It's so springy.

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  4. that turned out great! the grands will love it!

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  5. That wreath is adorable! Your grandkids are going to love it!

    Smiles,
    Carol

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  6. Love this wreath, so fun! I don't have a single Easter decoration here yet :(

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  7. I see a trip to the dollar store on my list now. I am going to have to have a wreath like yours, it's TOOOO cute!!

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  8. That is a cute little porch area. The wreath is adorable! I just added plastic eggs to my shopping list. :)

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  9. Easter decorations are gorgeous...from reading comments you have inspired several readers to make an Easter Egg wreath. The ceramics Lou did are so precious.






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  10. Youe entryway is so inviting. Thanks for sharing.

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  11. Fantastic wreath! I'm sure it did take lots of eggs!

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  12. Your entryway is beautiful Rhonda!

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  13. I made this exact wreath a few years ago and it looks great and was so easy! It's hanging next to my front door.

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  14. Love the wreath! I should do one with all the eggs we have.

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