How To Make 3 Beautiful And Easy Spring Wreaths

 

Spring is almost here and I have 3 wonderful ways you can welcome the beauty of spring into your home. Each one is so unique and could follow you through the entire season up to and into summer. I hope you enjoy these tutorials and will make one or all of them!

Wreath #1 

Blooming Branches

I love the bright, cheerful vibe of this wreath. The yellow forsythia is classic Spring and looks so fresh and cheerful. 

Here are the supplies you need:

  • Grapevine Wreath
  • Faux forsythia branches
  • Pussy willow branches
  • Soft green budded branches
  • Ribbon of your choice
  • Wooden letter initial
  • Bird nest
  • Miniature eggs
  • Mixed moss
  • Florist wire
  • Glue gun

 

First, clip off all the stems into individual stems at various lengths. 

 

 

Then starting at the top, stick each piece in the grapevine following the shape and size of a spray that you want. Then go to your next layer of stems and finish off with the final pieces. Be sure to pull your stems away to give a more 3D effect and not just flat. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Next, add some glue and use wire to attach the nest to the lower left side of the wreath.

 

 

 

 

Then, add a few more of your stems tucking them behind the nest. Once all our stems have been added, fill in the spaces with your moss in various shades of green. Don’t forget to add your sweet little eggs with a dab of glue.

 

 

To finish embellishing the wreath, create a simple bow with wired ribbon and wire it to your wreath on the lower right side of the wreath. Then hot glue your letter to the ribbon.

 

 

 

Wreath #2

 

Spring Fresh

 

I love the bright greens and fresh whites of this wreath. Its basically the theme I’m using for my spring decor at home and I love how it compliments my arrangements.

Here are the supplies you need:

  • Grapevine wreath
  • Maiden hair fern or light and airy branches (bright green)
  • Bird nest
  • 2 styles of white flowers (with a brighter green color pallet)
  • Glue gun
  • Florist wire
  • Brown moss

 

 

First, add the nest to the lower right side of the wreath using florist wire to tie it through the next and around the wreath base.

 

 

 

 

Next, cut pieces into stems from your bushel of branches so you have a small grouping to arrange. Be sure to get a few various lengths. Then add them by placing into the grapevine branches of the wreath (you can glue them as well) Keep your longer pieces for the bottom part of the wreath to flow down.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wreath #3

 

 

Neutral Spring Succulent

I think this may be my favorite wreath just because of the neutral look and mix of textures. The unique shapes of the succulents gives it so much character.

Here are the supplies you need:

  • Grapevine wreath
  • A variety of faux succulent plants
  • Package of paper and moss eggs, and paper carrots ( purchased from Hobby Lobby)
  • Variety of mixed moss
  • Ribbon of your choice
  • Greenery scraps
  • Glue gun

 

The first thing I did with this wreath is hot glue various types of moss on the bottom of the wreath. This serves as a backdrop for the succulents and makes it easy to anchor them onto the wreath.

 

 

Next I started arranging the succulents starting with the largest ones first make sure that no similar flower styles or colors are right next to each other.

 

 

Once you have your larger flowers attached, you can start arranging them in a clustered arrangement you like. Be sure to leave some little gaps for your eggs to nestle in between the succulents.

 

 

 

 

Once you have your succulents arranged, assemble the carrots to the right of the arrangement.

 

 

Then make your bow to attach to the upper left of the wreath to offset the balance with the carrots. I added a few more succulents at the top to give it a bit more color and texture at the top so the bow wouldn’t look so lonely.

 

 

 

 

SO which one is your favorite? I hope you enjoyed this tutorial and are inspired to make one for your self. They really are so simple with very little supplies needed. Stay tuned for more Spring decor options. Be sure to subscribe so you don’t miss any posts, I have so many fun things to share!

 

Happy Decorating

 

March 17, 2020

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