Floral Spring Wreath

Just a few. more. days. till. SPRING! Come to mama, sunshine, I just want to give you a big hug! I’m definitely ready for winter to be over. It seems like winter just lasts so long around here and I just long for days of sun and warmth and taking walks at twilight and hanging out in the yard. Can’t. Wait. To get my home in the spring mindset, I decided to make a fun and flirty floral spring wreath for my front door! Come on in and stay a while, my dear, dear spring ๐Ÿ™‚

spring wreath

You’ll absolutely feel cheerier and ready to bask in the sunshine with this easy and beautiful spring wreath! I got all of my supplies from Michaels and had it put together in 10 minutes or so. This is seriously such a simple project but it makes a BIG impact! Your friends and family will definitely be feeling springy when they see this wreath hanging on your front door. Let’s get started, shall we? ๐Ÿ™‚

Spring Wreath Materials

spring wreath

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Embroidery hoop

–ย Preserved Moss

Faux flowers

Wire cutters (not pictured)

Hot glue gun (not pictured)

Ribbon (not pictured)

Step 1

spring wreath

Take bits of your faux moss and begin hot gluing them to your embroidery hoop. Experiment with different amounts of moss and different placements until you get it just right! I decided to really layer it on and to also go up higher on the embroidery hoop’s right side for an asymmetrical look, like so:

spring wreath

Step 2

spring wreath

Take your wire cutters and snip your faux flowers from their stems. Get as close to the flower heads as possible so they’ll sit more flush against the moss! I used different sized ranunculus blooms as they are my favorite flower! Use some more hot glue and attach them to your spring wreath in whatever layout you choose.

Step 3

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Use some ribbon and make a hanging device for your spring wreath. I used some leftover ribbon from my DIY fall wreath to add a bold pop of black and white to this flowery and bright wreath. Then I hung it on the door using the same trick I did with the fall wreath – using a command hook on the backside of the door. Then you’re all finished! Stand back and admire your handiwork ๐Ÿ™‚

spring wreath

I’m a big fan of the contrast between the black and white ribbon and the colorful pops from the flowers and moss – I think it gives it a more modern and updated look! This spring wreath makes me so happy whenever I walk in the door at home!

spring wreath

spring wreath

spring wreath

spring wreath

What are you looking forward to most about Spring? I can’t wait to hear more birds chirping, see more flowers blooming, and taking walks in the warm sunshine!

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