If you are looking for a perfect way to brighten up your front door for Spring, we’ve got it! We’re excited to share this DIY Spring wreath, and for under $12! Seriously, under $12. I am in love with how it turned out! Let me just say, picking the flowers is the hardest part of this project. I spent way too long bunching flowers together in different colors and combinations, so once you’ve chosen the flowers–you’re set!
Here’s what you need:
Believe it or not, all the flowers are from the Dollar Store. We got four stems of white and four stems of pink. The grapevine wreath is from Hobby Lobby.
So what’s the cost breakdown? We spent $8 in flowers and $2.50 for the wreath ($4.99 regular price, but it was 50% off- which happens frequently. As always at Hobby Lobby, if something is not on sale, be sure to use a 40% off coupon.) That adds up to $10.50 + tax, which brings us in under $12! You guys-that’s so cheap for a wreath! This thing is not only super inexpensive, but super easy to make! Just in case you would like to know more specifics- our flowers are Baby’s Breath, and Cherry Blossom.
How to make the wreath:
The first step is to use wire cutters to cut off each individual stem.
Now, set all the flowers on the wreath so you have a plan as far as spacing and pattern goes. Next, stick the flower stems, one at a time, into the grapevine wreath and add a couple dabs of hot glue. Layer the flowers however you like, remembering your basic plan from placing the stems earlier. Just as a point of reference, we did 5 white and 5 pink until the flowers covered the wreath. Continue to weave and glue as you work your way around the entire wreath.That’s all there is to it! You’ve got a beautiful Spring wreath that is ready to hang!
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