Learn how to make this easy DIY spring wreath using simple supplies from a craft store. Create warm and cheerful welcoming decor for your door in 5-minutes!
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I can’t wait for spring!
I know I live in Southern California and I shouldn’t complain but I am so done with all the stormy and damp weather we have had recently.
It is time to add some cheerful and bright decor starting with the front door!
And nothing says cheerful like a spring wreath!
I remember when we lived in the northeast, everything looked so fresh and bright in spring! The greens were so bright!
My favorite were the trees filled with little blossoms – pink and white being my favorite! That is the picture I had in mind when I made this pretty and bright easy DIY Spring wreath!
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Materials needed for a spring wreath
Of course, I stayed true to my resolve of creating a wreath by reusing my grapevine wreath and staying under $10.
- Grapevine wreath
- pink blossom vine
- 2 White blossom stems
- “welcome” wood sign
- Craft paint of choice. I use yellow
- Hot glue gun
How to make a Spring Wreath
Step 1 – Wrap the pink blossoms.
Start by wrapping the pink blossom vine around the grapevine wreath.
Make sure flowers were more concentrated at the top part of the wreath since the bottom part is going to be covered by the white flowers anyway.
Tuck both ends of the blossom vine into the grapevine.
Step 2 – Add white flower stems
Bend the white flower stems to mimic the arc of the wreath and tuck it in.
Repeat for both the stems. I left the top of the stems disheveled to give it a rustic look.
Step 3 – Paint the wood welcome sign
You can use the color of your choice. I painted mine a cheery and bright yellow.
Step 4 – Attach the welcome sign.
Use tiny dabs of hot glue to hold it in place on the wreath.
This keeps it in place while on the door but also is easy to remove for the next wreath project.
That’s it! Here is the bright and cheery spring wreath on my front door!
I love the punch of brightness the yellow sign gives to rustic pink and white flowers and the grapevine.
In the spirit of spring, you might also like to see my outdoor wind chime using old spice bottles that also doubles as a flower decor!
St. Patrick’s Day is coming up soon too! Check out a fun and colorful wreath for St.Patrick’s day!
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I had to laugh about your complaint about the long winter while living in California, because I feel the same way, and I live in Las Vegas. This wreath is really sweet!
How about living in Michigan?!?!
Tomorrow 40• something. Bit I love it. As I do your wreaths.
Chrissy L Townsend
Your wreath turned out perfect for spring, I have a grapevine wreath I would make over, just need those spring flowers and the wooden sign. You’re inspiring to me every time I see your posts shared on Oh My Heartsie Girls Friday Feature linky party, Thank you for stopping by!
I love that your wreath only took 5 minutes. I need to make my wreaths a lot faster! I was featured next to you on OMHGWW. I love dropping in to see the other features, that way I get to know new people! Have a great week!