super fast, easy & inexpensive Easter craft

I want to share a really easy project I put together to use in this Easter vignette.

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Although my intention had been to create this for my Christmas decor it works even better now for an Easter vignette.  Truth be told I will use this year round since I love to decorate with religious pieces.

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I used a wood bead garland from Fall decor and a decorative cross.  I found both at Hobby Lobby last year reduced by 40%.

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I don’t know if it has to do with my Catholic upbringing or the fact that my mother decorated with many religious artifacts in my home growing up but I really like some subtle religious touches now.

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Most of my Mother’s pieces were antique relics and I’m sure cost a pretty penny. The ironic part is I hated it as a child and thought it was weird.  LOL.

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Now I totally appreciate it.  Anyway, I’m not spending a fortune here and every time I saw one of these decorative beads they were a bit pricey so when I saw the garland in HL, a light bulb went off.

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I call them oversized rosary beads but I guess nobody else does because when I googled under that name, the search results weren’t exactly what I was looking for. 😂

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“Wooden garland” however does provide what I’m looking for and now there’s all types of garlands|rosaries at all different price ranges.

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This is my rendition.  It was super easy to assemble; I don’t know what took so long for me to actually do it.  It cost less than $10 and took less than 10 minutes to put together.

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I have finally injected some Easter into my Spring decor.  I will share more Easter decor and tablescapes real soon.

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Wishing peace to all on this Palm Sunday.
“Our Lord has written the promise of resurrection, not in books alone but in every leaf of springtime.”
~Martin Luther~

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