An easy 3-step DIY spring wreath for your front door. This lovely wreath will add instant color and curb appeal to your home!
Every time I design a new wreath for our front door, I have two goals in mind. I want it to add curb appeal, so it needs to be big enough and bright enough to be seen from the street. I also want it to offer a wow factor when someone walks up to our front door. Because of our blue front door, hitting both of these goals can be tricky. Many times, my wreaths look beautiful up close, but from the street, they fade into the door.
Not this time! This 3-step DIY spring wreath looks great from the street, and even better up close, plus it was also one of the easiest wreaths I have ever put together. Read on for the very simple directions.
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3-Step DIY Spring Wreath Supplies Needed
Step 1: Determine how much eucalyptus garland is needed to go around the circumference of the wreath. Trim the garland. Attach it to the wreath with florist wire in 4 or 5 places.
Step 2: Insert the ranunculus stems into the wreath at 2 o’clock, 4 o’clock, 8 o’clock, and 10 o’clock. No wire is needed.
Step 3: Cut the berry stems into smaller stems if needed. Randomly insert the berry stems in between the ranunculus.
That’s it! Three easy steps and in no time at all, you will have a lovely wreath to welcome spring to your front porch. Before I hung the wreath, I took a few minutes to wash my front door, and blow off the porch. I couldn’t believe how much better it looked, and how much better I felt after it was finished.
The final touch to this spring front door area is, of course, a new doormat. When I saw this bunny, there was no doubt in my mind that it would find a home on my porch!
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Today is the third installment of a 5 part series that is featuring different bloggers sharing various spring decor ideas. Please be sure to visit all the spring DIY, wreath, or craft posts below!