Spring Wreath

Posted by on Mar 9, 2014 in crafts, front door, wreaths | 21 comments

Tell me that your weekend has been full of sunshine…

…and birds chirping…

…and kiddos running and playing!

Tell me that you’ve been able to fling your windows wide open!

Tell me that you’ve enjoyed the Spring like my family has this weekend!

IT. HAS. BEEN. TOTALLY. REFRESHING.

And while the girls jumped and laughed

…I cleaned out my garden shed…

…and made a wreath.

How to Make a Spring Wreath

Here’s how you can make one yourself!

Supplies for a Spring Wreath

You’ll need:

2 stems of garland greenery

Supplies for a Spring Wreath

1 bush of a medium size flower

Supplies for a Spring Wreath

1 hydrangea bush

Supplies for a Spring Wreath

2 more hydrangea blooms in another color

Supplies for a Spring Wreath

2 long twiggy stems

How to Make a Wreath for Spring

Add the 2 garland greenery stems to a grapevine wreath,

working in opposite directions.

How to Make a Spring Wreath

Cut the hydrangea to where they have about 6″ stems,

and add to the top.

How to Make a Spring Wreath

Pull the flowery bush apart,

and add the pieces to each side of the hydrangea.

How to Make a Spring Wreath

Last step is to add the twiggy branches to each side of the hydrangea.

How to Make a Spring Wreath

And there you have one beautiful new Spring wreath!

Now I’ve got to get back outside…

…there are bushes to be trimmed…

…and furniture to be painted…

…and this Spring weather has made me feel ALIVE again!

Life to the full!

Melissa

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21 Comments

  1. Once again, a beautiful project!

  2. You are a wreath ‘genius’! Beautiful!

  3. Wow! That Wreath is refreshing! It’s still in the 40′s in the PNW but we had Sun today and that in itself is always a blessing~

    Thanks for sharing your Beautiful Wreath~
    Huggs, Nancy

  4. Beautiful wreath. I have to make a new wreath for this Spring. We are still in the 20′s & 30′s yet here in NE Pennsylvania. But it was 50 yesterday. I just had to get out. Went thrift store shopping. And enjoyed the warm weather. We still have snow on the ground. I think that it will be July before it all goes away! HAHA Thanks for the wreath.

  5. Oh, your wreath is gorgeous. Love the ‘springness’ of it and thank you so much for the tutorial too. I love your sweet door.
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia;)

  6. I am so jealous. We had a cold, dreary day with a high of 34. I am so anxious for some warm weather. I love your big wreath- it is beautiful! xo Diana

  7. Was a beautiful weekend at the ballparks lol I love the wreath, it is so pretty :)

  8. Yes! The windows were open, children playing outside, sunshine and birds!!! What a beautiful day to make a beautiful wreath. I love that you kept it more neutral. So pretty.

  9. Your wreath tutorials are probably my most favorite part of your blog! You break it down so simply that even I can make one!! I’ll be heading to Michael’s this week with my 40% off coupon! LOL – Karen

  10. I love this wreath! I am definitely going to have to make my own now. Thanks for the easy to follow steps. :)

  11. I LOVE that wreath! It’s the epitome of Spring.:)

  12. This is such a beautiful wreath. Thanks for the great idea! I just wanted to let you know that I will be linking to this post from my website this week if you don’t mind.

  13. pretty pretty pretty! pinning :)

  14. Beautiful wreath Melissa! You’ve inspired me to pull apart an old and tired arrangement and re-purpose it. Hey, sounds like a good blog post! Blessings to you my friend,
    Patti

    P.S. Mr. and I are in the process of looking to transfer from the west coast to the southeast. Investigating job opportunities in TN, NC, and SC. It could be a long process but one day I would love to meet you for a cup of that famous sweet tea!

  15. This inspired my Spring Wreath this year. Love its simple beauty!

  16. What a lovely Spring wreath idea! So pretty and fresh… now if I could just get the snow to melt here… I would get moving on one for my own front door!

  17. Beautiful Spring wreath, Melissa! I love how Spring makes us feel so energetic.

    xoxo
    Denyse

  18. Thank you Melissa! Hydrangeas are my favorite and I think with your great tutorial I might be able to make this beautiful wreath!

  19. Just beautiful…you have some great ideas on your blog so please I would love to have you join me for my Centerpiece Wednesday linky party and share this post with us. Come on over  http://thestylesisters.blogspot.com/2014/04/centerpiece-wednesday-cool-blues-with.html
    Karin

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