I am ready for Spring, aren’t you? Well, if you live in a warmer climate, you don’t really understand, but in Virginia, we are ready for the snow to melt and spring flowers to bloom! I decided this weekend to make a couple quick Spring wreaths for our front door and floral decor around the house and I am sharing this DIY 10-Minute Spring Wreaths Tutorial. Grab the supplies from any craft store (or through my links below) to get started!
How to Make the Grapevine Wreath with Burlap Bow
- Grapevine wreath
- Any flower stem (I chose a classic white hydrangea)
- Any greenery stem
- Burlap ribbon or a pre-made burlap bow in color choice (I picked up a pre-made bow, although making a bow is really simple and cost effective)
- Hot glue gun
- Wire cutters
1.Start by clipping the stem from the flower and the greenery but leave enough of the stem to insert into the vines on the wreath, about an inch should work.
2. Once you have the flowers in place, attach your ribbon. I had to place my hydrangea in the top corner of the wreath in order to attach the bow.
3. Once you have it the way you want it to look, use your hot glue gun to glue the back of flower, greenery and the bow. You really don’t need a lot of glue if you inserted the stems through the vines.
You can also jazz it up with something else in the bottom unused corner. I was thinking about adding a little Spring banner or a wooden Initial in white, but I am really liking how this adds just the slightest pop of Spring since we are still in Winter.
I really like the look of these wreaths on our front door. The colors are great for St. Patrick’s Day, Easter, Spring, and Summer.
How to Make the Hydrangea Wreath
1.Clip the stems of your hydrangeas, leaving about 1 inch and insert the stem into the vines on the wreath.
2. Once you have all the flowers arranged, flip the wreath over and apply the hot glue.
3. You don’t need much glue if you have the stems inserted into the vines pretty good. Once dry, you are done!
The cost for these wreaths was between $15 – $25 depending on what sale/special you can find. I found wreaths on Etsy or local retailers that sell similar wreaths for $45-$80 so you can find real savings if you DIY.
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