Let’s get the Spring party started with a tutorial for How to Make a Spring Wreath. This quick and easy wreath uses only four supplies. It can be a beautiful Easter wreath to dress up your front door and can last through the summer!
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How to Make a Spring Wreath ~ Supplies
one large grapevine wreath
one bundle of faux green grass
one bundle of colorful floral stems
one spool of wired ribbon
I’ve been eyeing several designer grass wreaths lately. When I found a bundle of lush green grass and hot pink floral picks at Hobby Lobby I was inspired to make my own. So sorry for the cruddy iphone picture!
Oh! Ignore the Isla and Anna ribbon too. That’s for Tootsie’s new hair bow I’ve promised to make her.
Once I got home I got busy constructing the spring wreath. Before getting started use wire cutters to cut apart the grass bundle. This makes small, manageable picks to poke into the top of the grapevine wreath.
Simply begin to poke the grass twigs into the grapevine wreath. Make sure to make both sides symmetrical as you work. After all the grass is secured in the grapevine wreath, add the hot pink floral picks to each side.
Since the picks stuck so well into the grapevine wreath I didn’t even pull out my glue gun. It seriously only took me 10 minutes to put this easy wreath together!
Most days I make the Easiest Bow Ever but for this DIY wreath I pulled out my Bowdabra Bow Maker*. The wired ribbon makes this little gadget work wonders!
Oh my goodness! I love this Spring Wreath on our front door!
Now everyone always want to know exactly how much I spend on all my DIY home decor. I’m proud to say that this spring wreath packs a powerful punch and it was less than $15!
Budget Breakdown for a Spring Wreath
one large grapevine wreath – $2 (thrift store)
one bundle of faux green grass – $5 (50% off)
one bundle of colored floral stems – $3 (50% off)
one spool of wired ribbon – $2 (50% off)
The Total for One Fabulous Spring Wreath – $12!
My plan is to keep this fabulous Spring wreath until the days turn hot and our house is littered with wet bathing suits!
If you enjoyed this post, you may also want to check out my post on how to create a moss covered basket that is perfect for an Easter tablescape.
Easter is going to be here before we know it! Check out my tips for a thrifty Easter tablescape!
Thanks so much for following along with how to make a spring wreath. Whether you want a pop of color for an Easter celebration or just to celebrate the coming of Spring, this easy wreath will be a wonderful addition to your home decor.
But before I go I’ve got ask: Are you a front door wreath kinda girl? Do you change your front door decor seasonally?
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Debbie@Simple Joys of Home says
Such a pretty wreath! Thanks for sharing Ashley. Have a lovely week.
Thank you so much, Debbie! It looks great on our front door!
Super nice wreath! I love the sprays of the pink and green. Visiting from Saturday Sparks party.