With spring upon us, it’s time to freshen up our home with some pretty and colorful decor. Use an assortment of faux flowers and stems to create an easy DIY Floral Spring Wreath.
You can make a spring wreath in about 15 minutes and no glue is needed!
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I don’t often use pink in my home decor, but this year I decided that I would incorporate some pink into my spring decor.
Spring Floral Wreath
For this spring floral wreath, I started with a 16″ straw wreath form. I kept it in the plastic to avoid having loose straw.
For the base layer of the wreath, I used fabric strips, wrapped around the form and pinned in place using ball head pins.
When you’re putting together a wreath, layering is key to making it look full. I started with some dollar store pink flowers. I removed the blooms from the stems. When you pull the blooms from the stems, you’ll see the hole in the center of the flower that you can use to attach it to the wreath with a ball head pin.
I attached some greenery to the wreath. These can be attached using pins, too. It’s best to add most of the greenery before adding most of the flowers.
Before adding any flowers to the center of the top of the wreath, wrap a piece of ribbon around the form and tie it into a knot for hanging.
I’ve had the pretty pink peonies in my craft stash for a while. I like that they are large and can provide anchors at the top and bottom of the wreath. I cut the stems off with floral wire cutters and added one in the center of the top and bottom of the wreath using pins.
To dress the floral wreath up a little bit more, I folded a piece of sheer pink ribbon from Dollar Tree and pinned it to the top. It’s wrapped around the outer side of the wreath and then pinned again where the two pieces meet at the top.
When I make wreaths, I always like to hang them to have a look at the symmetry before putting them out for display. I realized that the greenery I added at the bottom was spreading out too far.
All it took was adding a couple more ball head pins to get the greenery in the positions that looked better.
While I use my hot glue gun for lots of my crafts, I like to find ways to hold things together on wreaths that will make them easy to be deconstructed and reworked for other occasions. Using pins is the best way I’ve found to do that. The inexpensive dollar store flowers blend in well with the other flowers and greenery.
Since I’m not a huge fan of pink decor, I’m more pleased with this spring wreath than I thought I might be. I usually prefer soft greens, light blues, or pale yellow for spring time. What about you? Do you have a favorite spring time color that you decorate with?
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Easy DIY Spring Floral Wreath
Supply List for DIY Spring Wreath
- Straw Wreath Form
- Ball Head Pins
- Floral Wire Cutter
- Flower Assortment
- Floral Stems for Greenery
- Sheer Ribbon
- Ribbon for Hanging
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