I love decorating a tree for Easter and I gather a new “tree” every year from my yard. It’s really just a small branch with a few smaller branches attached. I stick it in a vase and secure it with gravel or floral marbles. After that it’s time to “trim” the tree with ornaments. While manufactured Easter egg ornaments are abundantly available at a variety of stores, I like to decorate my tree with handmade ornaments.
Taking Care of Business
My address has changed. There is now a hyphen between Restyled and Junk.
In June 2019, my original site was hacked and stolen, but I refuse to let the thieves win.
Every address on my old site has now been changed to this new address. Everything was backed up, but when moving to my new address, the last year of posts did not migrate well. With that in mind, I will be republishing those posts over the next year, as well as adding fun new projects.
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This post was originally posted last year.
Crochet Bunny Ring Ornament Pattern
This little Crochet Bunny Ring Ornament is super fast and super easy to make. It started out as a cabone (plastic) ring. I bought a package of 15.
Things You Need:
White, worsted weight yarn-scrap
G crochet hook
1 1/8″ plastic ring
Small flower or bow
Scissors, craft glue, yarn needle
What To Do:
Stitch 18 sc in the ring. This will completely cover the ring. DO NOT join.
Ch 12. Sl st to first ch (ear made). Sl st to first sc. Ch 12. Sl st to first ch (other ear made). Fasten off and weave in the ends using the hook or a yarn needle.
Tie embroidery floss between the ears for a hanger.
Glue a small flower to the ring below an ear.
That’s it! See? I told you it was fast and easy!
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