With spring right around the corner, it’s time to start pulling out the spring decor – or in my case, start putting away the fall decor. A couple of years ago, I was great about making and displaying seasonal wreaths for our door. The past few seasons, however, I got a little lazy. Yesterday I finally took down the pumpkin wreath off our door.
Stores have been selling spring and Easter decor for awhile now, wreaths included. I love looking at all of the cute Easter egg or floral wreaths, but I still prefer making my own. After spending
some time hours on Pinterest, I headed out to the store to see what inspired me.
Because this spring wreath was so easy and fun to make, I wanted to share with you my supplies and how I did it.
- Greenery Vine
- Wooden Wreath
- Flowers of Your Choice
- Camo Duct Tape
- Hot Glue Gun
- Pliers / Flower Tool
The creation of this wreath really couldn’t be any simpler. I took the greenery vine and laid it on top of the wooden wreath frame. I then used a combination of hot glue and camo duct tape to combine the two together. The camo duct tape, while unconventional, took the place of the green floral wiring that you would typically use. I cut the duct tape into small strips and wrapped it around the vine and a few branches of the wooden wreath in order to hold it in place.
Next, cut your flowers using the pliers / flower tool, and stick them around the wreath using the hot glue gun. Voilá! You’ve got yourself a spring wreath!
What’s inspiring you right now?
What DIY spring decor have you made in the past or plan to make? Share in the comments below!