Think Pink Monday: Julie from Julie’s Lifestyle

If you’ve been following me for awhile you know that pink is my favourite colour, so I’ve invited a few bloggy friends to do some pink guest posts. Let’s just call them the Pink Ladies.

Pink is the word… is the word… that you heard.

It’s got groove… it’s got meaning.This week’s Pink Lady is Julie from Julie’s Lifestyle.


Hi everyone!  I was invited today by the creative and talented Tuula of the Thrifty Rebel to guest blog for her Think Pink Monday.  I am so happy, honored, and excited to be here to share with you a pink project that I made.


I love crafting and so I thought that I would share with you a Pink Spring Wreath that I made being that spring is right around the corner.


I went to Michaels to buy all of the supplies that were needed to make this wreath.

Supplies Needed:

Foam Ring
2 Large Fake Flowers (with clips on the back)
A Roll of Burlap


3 Packages of Smaller Fake Flowers in the colors white, light pink, darker pink
Felt Easter Eggs


Steps to Make the Spring Wreath:

Take the foam ring and tape the burlap onto the back of the ring.  Then wrap the burlap all around the ring to the end and tape.  Next tie ribbon onto the ring and wrap all the way around the ring.  Next add the two big flowers onto the side of the wreath by clipping them onto the ribbon.

Next add in the smaller flowers and bunnies by tucking them into the ribbon.

The felt easter eggs have peel backs that you can just stick onto the wreath.

This is what the wreath looked like when I was finished decorating it.  This wreath is so easy to make and can be made in minutes.  The best part is there is no hot glue gun needed!

Thank you Tuula for inviting me today to share with your readers on your Think Pink Monday!

Thank you so much Julie! Your wreath is so lovely and perfect for both Spring and Easter. I love that you wrapped it with natural burlap ribbon. Burlap and pink are made for each other. I hope you’re right, and that Spring is right around the corner. Thanks for sharing your pinktastic wreath Julie, and thanks for joining the Pink Ladies.

If you don’t already know Julie you should stop by her blog, Julie’s Lifestyle, for a visit. She shares delicious recipes, craft projects, makeup reviews, and much more. 

Thanks so much for reading and until next time…

Think Pink!


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  1. Hi Tuula, thanks so much for inviting me to guest blog today for your Pink Monday! Hope you have a great day.
    Hugs, Julie

  2. It was so much fun to see Julie here 🙂 My dear Julie, your wreath is darling. I love how happy and bright it is for Spring and Easter – the polka dot ribbon is just too cute! Well done 🙂

    And Tuula, thank you so much for having Julie on your blog – you are such a sweetie. May both of you ladies have a wonderful Monday! Hugs!

  3. I love that wreath and all of its spring color! It's just what I need to brighten up my front door…the snow is starting to melt and I am looking for a change! Thanks Julie and Tuula!

  4. That turned out really cute, Julie. Love the little bunnies in there. xo Diana

  5. It's bright, it's happy, it's colorful, and it's PINK! Tuula, I know you love it because you love wreaths. Julie, great tutorial!

  6. Those little bunnies are precious and that wreath is full of Spring promise!!!

  7. How fun to meet Julie and what a gorgeous spring wreath! I love the little polka dot ribbon and the cheery flowers are perfect! Great project and welcome to the pink ladies Julie!

  8. This is definitely getting me in the mood to:
    a. Go to the craft store
    b. Make a wreath
    c. If "b" doesn't work out, get out my spring wreath
    c. Look out the window and see if the flowers are sprouting up!

    What fun way to have a post on a Monday!

  9. Julie's spring wreath is gorgeous and so bright and cheerful for spring. Thank you for sharing her feature here. She is so talented and inspiring. I am visiting from Julie's link.
    Hugs, CM