Hey! I think I’m officially afflicted with spring fever. I swear this “illness” hits me earlier every year. #thestruggleisreal Lucky for me, I’m a blogger, so I get to plan decor for seasons before they even start, and that makes me happy. ;) This weekend I crafted a little, and thought I’d share some easy spring wreath ideas with you. It might cure your fever too. ;)
Easy Spring Wreath Ideas
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- Plain circle wreath form (foam, straw, even a pool noodle taped end to end will work)
- Drop Cloth Fabric (or any fabric you love)
- Pinking Shears (they will keep your fabric strips from unraveling)
- faux flowers, string, and ribbon
I am not a fan of “frou frou” wreaths. I prefer my lines clean and my beer cold. But I digress…start with a wreath form. I had a plastic covered straw wreath in the basement, so I went with that. I cut my washed drop cloth fabric in to strips with the pinking shears to keep the fabric strips from fraying and to add a homespun look.
I added a little fabric glue at the beginning and end of each fabric strip to secure it.
After the wreath was covered, I decided to play around with some fun ways to add some spring color. I change my mind too often to do anything permanent, so I tied on some tulips with some black and white bakers’ twine.
Then I tried some tiny white flowers and aqua ribbon. I love the pop of color that the aqua ribbon provides, but choose any color you like.
I could switch this wreath up every week if I want!
Since it’s still winter here in these parts, I settled on a cute scrap flannel plaid scarf for my current version, but you bet those flowers are ready and waiting for when the weather warms up!
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