Many of us have endured one of the worst winters on record and most of us are done with it. I for one am totally done. I thought some spring inspiration might lift our spirits and yours too. I’m sharing a tutorial on a basic DIY spring wreath. I showed you how to make a wreath last spring and it seemed to go over well so I thought I would give you all another option.
At this point you are almost finished. Fluff your garlands a little and then add whatever embellishments you have on hand. I used a bird’s nest with eggs and a burlap bow. Hot glue secured the eggs in the nest and I stuck wire through it to attach it to the wreath. If you want to make a bow, just follow my tutorial on How To Make A Perfect Bow.
I showed you the first glimpse of my pussy willows yesterday when I shared how to make DIY No Sew Linen Napkins. They have already been moved and found a new home in my rain boots. Making a rain boot vase is easy and so fast. Last year I forced forsythia and put the blooming branches in the boots. We are so far away from that at this point…it’s just not warm enough yet. I think the pussy willows are the perfect substitution. For now.
Few notes: The wreaths I used were both 22 in. The burlap ribbon is 6 in. wide. The garlands are a little pricey but I got them for 50% off at Hobby Lobby. Make sure and wait for a sale.
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