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One of the easiest ways to decorate for the seasons is adding a wreath to your front door. I made this Spring DIY wreath for under $10 using some floral stems and a wood vine wreath.
Today, I was at Joann Fabric’s with a good friend of mine, and found this wreath. It’s not too big, maybe 18″ in diameter, but it’s perfect for our front door. Joann’s also had their Spring florals 50% off! I decided that today was a good day to finally get my wreath, and decorate it for Spring.
The best part? I only spent a little less than $10 on the whole thing! Here’s what I bought:
(1) Vine Wreath—$4.99 reg price
(1) bunch of green Hydrangea–$8.99, on sale for $4.49
(2) bunches of purple flowers–$2.99, on sale for $1.49
I had a 50% off 1 reg price item coupon that I used on the wreath making it $2.49
To assemble the wreath, I used wire cutters to snip off each flower from the bunch making 5 individual hydrangea stems, and 10 individual purple flower stems. I recommend using wire cutters to do this because regular scissors won’t do the trick, and if they do, you will ruin them quickly.
After I had them all individualized–is that a word??—I arranged them on half of the wreath. I love the look of only doing flowers on the lower part! Once I had figured out how I wanted them all arranged, I weaved the wire stems through the wreath. After everything was arranged I flipped the wreath over and snipped off the excess wire stems.
And here you have a BEAUTIFUL, Spring wreath that cost less than $10, took less than 5 minutes to arrange, AND I can change out the florals anytime I want!
What do you think? What have you been doing around the home to get it decorated for Spring?