Take the traditional Easter tree centerpiece and give it a modern twist by wrapping it in yarn.
You will need: an old Easter tree or a good wooden branch, yarn, tacky glue or a hot glue gun
Start by wrapping the branches in yarn. Begin near the trunk of your tree and secure your yarn with glue. Then wrap the yarn around the tree. Continue until you reach the end of the branch. Cut the yarn and glue the end down.
After you have wrapped all of the branches, start at the bottom of the trunk of the tree and wrap up the tree. Wrapping the trunk at the end will allow you to cover up all the loose yarn ends you have near the trunk of your tree. Wrap the yarn all the way up the trunk and secure with glue at the end.
This tree makes a perfect display for your pretty Easter eggs, and a gorgeous centerpiece for an Easter dinner.
Photography and styling by Sara Schmutz.