5 Minute Spring Wreath Tutorial for Underachieving Crafters

Life, Tutorials February 25, 2013

5 minute spring wreath tutorial (for crafting underachievers) via InspiredRD.com

Last week my mom pointed out that the wreath on my front door was a little fall-ish and that I might want to get a spring wreath.  I thought that was a great idea, so Leila and I headed to the craft store.  I quickly realized that I wouldn’t get out of there for under $40 unless I made my own.  I skimmed Pinterest for ideas but OH MY GOODNESS I’m not that talented.  Therefore, I took the underachiever route.  Again.  In case you want to follow along, here’s how to make a 5-minute spring wreath.

Step 1: Gather your materials.  You will need a grapevine wreath, a few fake spring flowers, and some crafting wire.  (You could also use a hot glue gun if you have one).  Find a cute bohemian to help you if possible.

5 minute spring wreath tutorial (for crafting underachievers) via InspiredRD.com

Step 2: Using the wire, attach the flowers to the wreath.  Wrap the wire around the flowers and wrap around the wreath until secure.  (Or use a hot glue gun to attach the flowers).

5 minute spring wreath tutorial (for crafting underachievers) via InspiredRD.com

5 minute spring wreath tutorial (for crafting underachievers) via InspiredRD.com

Step 3:  Hang your new wreath.  Step back and bask in your underachieving crafty ways.

5 minute spring wreath tutorial (for crafting underachievers) via InspiredRD.com

Ta-Da!

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  • Katherine February 25, 2013 at 9:32 am

    Pretty! Nice and springy 🙂

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