Natural Spring Wreath

My little Christmas trees and red Christmas wreath were still hanging on my door until about a week ago. I guess the cold weather has given me a reason to not take them down but the sun is shining and spring is here so it was time to refresh.

DIY Spring Wreath

You can buy a grapevine wreath at a craft store for less than $5. I purchased a variety of green and white smaller flowers to fluff the wreath up.

Spring Wreath I cut most of them in half and split them. I tied them into little bushels using some baker’s twine I had on hand. I also made sure the ends were a little more secure by sticking them in the wreath.

Spring Wreath Our door is covered by our front porch so it won’t be hit by wind/rain so you may want to hot glue or attach more securely if yours would be hit by weather. I also bought a large hydrangea for the center. I stuck this in the wreath with the stem as well.

Spring Wreath

 

Spring Wreath

 

Spring Wreath

 

Spring Wreath

 

Spring Wreath

 

Spring Wreath

 

Spring Wreath If you can get your flowers on sale from the craft store, this can be a very inexpensive project. I think I paid around $10 for the entire thing. I love the natural colors and simplicity of it.

Do you make your own wreaths? Who is ready to try this easy one for spring?

Linking up with Tatertots and Jello. 


Comments

  1. Love this! Perfect for Easter!

  2. Terry Armes says:

    love it Jessie!

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