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DIY Wreath for under $10!

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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.

DIY Wreath for Under $10

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

Total–$9.96!

DIY Wreath for Under $10

DIY Wreath for Under $10

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!

DIY Wreath for Under $10

What do you think?   What have you been doing around the home to get it decorated for Spring?

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Gay Keogh

Saturday 21st of April 2018

The beauty of using a vine wreath is that you can change the flowers for any season. I just removed my poinsettia flowers and used tulips to make it a spring wreath.

Gennie

Tuesday 17th of March 2015

I've been wanting to make something like this! So beautiful!!

Amanda

Friday 20th of March 2015

Thank you Gennie! You should make one for yourself--super easy!

Karen

Sunday 8th of March 2015

Ahhh, I love a wreath with hydrandea! So Pretty! I would love for you to stop by my blog and join our link party Something to Talk About! We run Monday 6am-Thursday 5pm. Have a great week! Karen

Amanda

Monday 9th of March 2015

Thanks Karen! I'll be sure to check it out!

Creative Mama Renee

Wednesday 25th of February 2015

Love the flowers you chose for this wreath, the green and the purple totally say "spring" to me! Just lovely!

Amanda

Wednesday 25th of February 2015

Than you Renee! I'm working on a new version for my front door this year--also in green and purple lol! Perfect Spring colors

Beverly Roderick

Sunday 22nd of February 2015

I love this! JoAnn's is my go to store for great deals. The flowers you chose really pop against the dark grapevine. Pretty!

Amanda

Sunday 1st of March 2015

Thank you Beverly! I love JoAnn's. It seems I always find something I can't live without, at a hard to beat price.