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DIY Spring Wreath

The upcoming Spring season has put me in the mood for bright, beautiful colors and flowers. We didn’t have much of a winter where I live, so I’m seeing lots of gorgeous blooms in my neighbors’ gardens. I like to draw ideas from nature, and all those lovely flowers inspired me to make a floral wreath for my front door.

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I don’t have much of a green thumb, and I’ve never kept a plant alive for longer than a week, so I made sure to use artificial flowers for this project. I have made several wreaths over the years, and this is by far my favorite one. The best part is that I was able to make this fun wreath in under an hour!

Continue reading below for the instructions.

Supplies:

  • 12 inch Foam Wreath
  • Burlap Ribbon
  • Pink Ribbon
  • Artificial Flowers
  • Hot Glue Gun
  • Straight Pins

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Instructions:

  • Gather the supplies.
  • Wrap the burlap ribbon around two-thirds of the wreath. Secure the ends with straight pins.

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  • Cut a piece of the pink ribbon, and then glue it to the top part of the wreath to make a hanger.

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  • Arrange and glue the flowers to the wreath with a hot glue gun.

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  • Continue gluing flowers until the foam wreath is no longer visible.

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  • The wreath is now finished and ready to hang on a door.

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Simply gorgeous!

 

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