Doilies and silk ribbons combine to make graceful garlands to be draped over pews at the wedding ceremony or festooned along reception tables. From top: Lacy circles are laid flat
Trim off stems of Medium color flowers to measure 8″ from top of flower to end of stem. Retain leaves. Trim off stems of a few light color flowers to measure 7” from top of flower to end of stem, then trim remaining stems to measure 9″. Retain leaves. Trim off stems of tiny flowers to measure 12″ from top of flower to end of stem. Retain leaves.
Line medallion doily with a 3″ circle of red paper. Fold both in half and glue small bunches or dried flowers to inside of folded shape, letting buds extend around edges. Seal with small dab of glue.
Easter is a perfect time for creative projects – either to explore your own creativity or as a fun and engaging family activity. For DIY paper projects, the most versatile type of paper to work with is Poster Board, a sturdy paper product, yet pliable enough to be cut and shaped easily.