I am in LOVE with this Easy Spring Wreath! There is nothing more simple than a basic grapevine wreath! All you have to do is add flowers, ribbon, and your special touches. This wreath really screams spring time is here!
Easy Spring Wreath:
This Easy Spring Wreath starts with a basic grapevine wreath and has an assortment of silk spring flowers including tulips (my personal spring favorite), daffodils, iris and golden rod. The burlap embroidered ribbon takes it over the top with simplicity however what makes this Easy Spring Wreath to me is the birds nest.
This wreath is everything that spring represents to me in one. You can purchase the supplies at your local craft store. The wreath design is top heavy with longer stems coming down.
Simply attach the birds nest to the center of the bow with hot glue. I added moss and 3 birds eggs for the finishing touch. The nest was a simple grapevine nest and with these additions I think it perfect for Easter and Spring. This wreath is everything that spring represents to me in one. You can purchase the supplies at your local craft store such as Hobby Lobby or Michael's (be sure to use a coupon).
The burlap bow and egg nest are the perfect finishing touch to this beautiful spring wreath.
- Assortment of Spring Silk Flowers
- Hot Glue Gun or Wire
- Burlap Ribbon
- Birds Nest (moss and eggs)
The wreath design is top heavy with longer stems coming down. The flowers can be attached with hot glue or floral wire. I made this wreath in less than an hour and spent less than $20 (be sure to look for a sale and use a coupon). When I look at this gorgeous wreath I immediately think of my garden! Who is exciting about gardening? I can't wait!
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