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.
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).
Step 3: Hang your new wreath. Step back and bask in your underachieving crafty ways.
Just a heads up, the fabulous Lisa Leonard is having a 25% off sale on all handmade items today. Go check it out by clicking on the photo below!