Easy Spring Wreath

I don’t know about you, but I am ready for Spring!  Our daffodils are starting to sprout up and there are buds on our trees.  And, even though the Ohio weather doesn’t seem to appreciate the fact that it is now Spring, I decided to deck our front door out in a new Spring wreath.

SHL Spring Wreath 1

I found all my supplies at our local Michaels store.  I had a 40% off coupon, and Spring faux flowers were 50%-60% off.  I bought a grapevine wreath, one bunch of dahlias, a roll of ribbon, and a “T” letter (for our last name).

I wrapped the ribbon around the wreath, and tucked the ends into the wreath.  The great thing about grapevine wreaths is that you don’t need to use a lot of hot glue because you can tuck and wrap everything through and around the vines.  Then, I used my wire cutters to cut the flowers from the bunch, leaving about a 4-inch  stem to wrap around the back of the wreath.

SHL Spring Wreath 2

After the flowers were attached, I determined where to place the “T” and plugged in my hot glue gun.  I dabbed a bit of glue to the back of the “T” and also on a few leaves to pop in for greenery.

SHL Spring Wreath 3

Voila!  Easy Spring wreath!

SHL Spring Wreath

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