Spring has sprung and everything is sprouting green bits all over the land. Come see this super easy Spring wreath you can create for your front door. A little nod to Spring as you welcome guests into your home.
A DIY tutorial to make an easy Spring wreath. Spring at an antique farmhouse with an easy wreath you can make yourself.
Today I’m making this fast Spring wreath using a premade grapevine wreath form and a few faux floral sprigs. That’s it, just two supplies and for this project.
This is our first Spring at the saltbox farmhouse therefore I needed a new wreath for the front door.
- fresh and bright
- celebrates new beginnings
- take cues from Mother Nature
This brown farmhouse door is actually our storm door that protects the front door behind it. I love the rustic, rough barn feel in addition to the purposeful nature. But to be honest we don’t really use this door that often so it mostly stays closed.
And the orange plaque on the left just below the sconce is a dedication of our home by the Daughters of the American Revolution. If you love history like me I wrote a post with all the details about our historical home here.
And never mind that white doorbell button, I pulled it off just recently.
Step 1: Use a premade grapevine wreath as the base. Collect a few faux greenery sprigs and separate them into smaller manageable pieces.
Step 2: Stick the stem of the greens into the wreath form, it should be snug and tight. Keep going all the way around to fill up the wreath shape.
That’s it! Your wreath is ready to hang. Thanks for joining me for this easy Spring wreath project. Please leave any questions in the comments below and be sure to follow me on social media for sneak peeks, tools and project inspiration:
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