Sunday, March 3, 2013

Quick & Easy Spring Wreath

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I pulled together a quick and easy Spring wreath using the dollar store wreath that I had used for Valentine’s Day.  You can see that post here.  At that time, I had just tucked in the florals and tied on some script wrapping paper.  This made it easy to take apart so that I could use the wreath again.  Here it is stripped of its Valentine’s Day finery.

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I had bought a garland of this hanging greenery last year and used a little bit of it in a few other projects.  I still had a lot left over so I decided to incorporate it into this wreath.  I cut a couple of the longer pieces and after tucking an end into the top, wrapped it around the wreath.  I took a second piece and started at the other side, tucked it into the top next to where the first one was and wrapped again.

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Not so much that it covers the grapevine, but just enough so that I have the grapevine and the greenery showing.  You could leave it just like this at this point, but I thought it needed just a little bit more.

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I had a bag of plastic eggs that I got from Michael’s {I believe} on clearance. It was a good size bag of eggs with some raffia stuck to the bottom of each egg.  I cut the raffia off, figured out placement, and hot glued the eggs onto the wreath.

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I might look to see if I can find a little wood or metal sign with a Spring theme to wire to the inside, but I don’t think it’s too bad for using what I already had.


sissie said...

Hi Kathy,
Your wreath is simple and beautiful....just what I love.


Penny @ The Comforts of Home/From Harvest To Table said...

Turned out great Kathy!

Oliva Ins said...

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Okio B Designs said...

Very sweet and so perfect for spring!



Love simply and using what I already have. Expecting SNOW tomorrow, so my spring wreath won't go up yest!
Sweet tea towels!

lynn said...

very cute idea, kathy:)

Alison @ The Polohouse said...

This turned out sooo cute!

I am so ready for spring this year. The evergreens are dead frozen in my urns outside and I cannot get them out.

Worse yet, the evergreen garland around my front entry has not one but TWO bird nests in it and I do not have the nerve to take it down and disrupt the two little bird families!!!

I can't really decorate for spring here until the evergreens go.
I am so bummed. Would love to do something just like this, Kathy.

Looks great!

Denise said...

Very cute! I love the pretty nature inspired wreaths like yours as opposed to the heavily decorated ones. I need to make my own with garland like you did. I can't find anything around here that I like ready made.

Stitchfork said...

...inspiring me to get out the spring wreaths!

SheilaG @ Plum Doodles said...

Your wreath looks great, Kathy. I don't know why speckled eggs always make me smile. :) I really need to get something spring-y on my door!

Cynthia said...

Great wreath Kathy.

Celestina Marie said...

Hi Kathy,
Your wreath is wonderful. I love the spring feel is gives with the garland and the grapevine. Adding the eggs really is the perfect touch on your door. I love that garland and I used the same one for a kitchen chandelier to give it a spring garden look.
Happy Decorating.
Hugs, Celestina Marie

Rebecca said...

Fast and easy and super cute. WOW girlfriend. LOVE IT!


Missy George said...

Like your header..The wreath will have to wait..Snow is on its way..The wreath is adorable though..

Coastal Cottage Dreams said...

Love the simplicity of your wreath! Have a wonderful week!

The Polka Dot Closet said...

Kathy, it's adorable...I still have my Valentines wreath up!


Betsy@ coastal-colors said...

Kathy, this is wonderful! Love your wreath! I have to give this a try!

Debbiedoo's said...

Love it Kathy, easy and certainly says Hello SPring, come on in!

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