DIY Spring Wreath – Simple and Fresh 15 Minutes Home Decoration
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A wreath is a great way to make your home feel more festive, no matter the occasion. Use them indoors or outdoors to dress up your space with style. It adds so much beauty to any door or wall, and with just a little bit of creativity, you, too can make one at home!
Did I say that I love the spring? The bright colors of flowers fill my heart with joy. I like to make a floral wreath for my home at this special time of year and thought you might too! This post will show you how to create your own DIY Spring Wreath.
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How to make a DIY spring wreath
Tools and materials
- Grapevine wreath– I got a blackberry vine wreath I made last year
- Faux/fresh baby’s breath
- Faux/fresh Catkin/pussy willow branches
- Pruning shears/secateurs
- Rubber/ garden gloves(optional)
This wreath is super easy to make and looks fantastic both indoors and outdoors. You can hang it up on the wall in your hallway or on the front door- it takes minutes from start to finish, with only four key ingredients needed! The best part about this wreath? It lasts for weeks so that you can enjoy it all over the spring season!
I used my blackberry vibe wreath I made last year, pusy willow branches, and fresh baby’s breath flowers. It took me literally 15 min to put together, so if you’re looking for a quick home decor update, this wreath is perfect!
Attaching/Arranging the pussy willow branches
I cut the pussy willow branches and arranged them around the wreath. You can use fresh ones, as I did, or fake ones. Either will work. And even the fresh ones last quite a bit. Once I was happy with the placement, I secured them with twine.
Attaching the baby’s breath
Same with the baby’s breath. I arranged the flowers around the wreath and the pussy willow branches. I secured them with twine or by inserting the stems between the blackberry vine. They hold pretty well, I must say. If you’re using a vine like a blackberry one, mind the thorns (ouch!)
And that’s it! Super simple and quick, this spring wreath looks light and fresh on my kitchen wall. I hope you liked this idea 🙂 You do not have to wait until springtime for your home to feel light and fresh. This DIY Spring Wreath is a great way to make your house feel new again! If you have any questions, leave a comment in the box below.
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