Spring Berry Wreath
Make this easy DIY Spring Berry Wreath using dollar store florals and a regular grapevine wreath form. You don’t need any fancy items or special skills for this easy tutorial.
I made this easy spring berry wreath last weekend on a whim. I was at dollar tree (surprise!) and they had all of their spring florals out. I was immediately drawn to the green and purple berries. Last Spring I made a cute green and purple themed wreath, and I loved how the colors looked together. I think purple and green just scream Spring, don’t you?
I decided the white would make a nice addition and make the greens and purples really pop. I already had the grapevine wreath form and the burlap ribbon at home. All I did was borrow my hubby’s wire cutters and pliers to help bend the floral wires. This project took me a whopping 10 minutes to finish and the majority of that was trying to tie a pretty burlap bow!
DIY Spring Berry Wreath
Items you’ll need
- Grapevine wreath form
- Berry floral stems
- Burlap ribbon
- wire cutters
This Spring Berry Wreath is so incredibly easy to make that it almost seems silly to list the steps. However, this wouldn’t be a great DIY wreath tutorial without a little bit of instructions right? So let’s get started.
First things first, you’ll need individual berry stems to assemble this Spring wreath so make sure to snip them using wire cutters.
Next, arrange the berry stems around the grapevine wreath by sticking the stems through the wreath and bending the stems around the back using pliers. This will secure the berry stems to the wreath so they don’t fall out. No glue needed!
Finally, add a burlap bow to finish it off and display it on your front door!
Easy right? So easy anyone can do it!
Check out these Spring inspired wreaths too!
- DIY Faux Succulent Wreath
- Burlap and Felt Flower Spring Wreath
- DIY Wreath for under $10!
- Red Canvas Spring Wreath | Made in a Day
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This is such a pretty wreath, perfect for spring. I love the dollar store to, so many good things. I will be featuring your spring berry wreath in my Spring Front Door Decor Ideas at Merry Monday!
Very cute wreath!
Thank you Carol!
Hello!! Just wanted to let you know I will be using this in a round up (posting soon) from the Teach Me Tuesday party! Very much appreciate you linking up with us 😉
Wow! Thank you so much Bobbi!
Gorgeous! I especially love the color combo! Thanks so much for taking the time to link up with us over at the #HomeMattersParty – we hope to see you again this Friday! Feel free to bring a friend 🙂
Thank you Kristen!
This looks so incredible! Loving it! Pinned and tweeted. Thanks for being a part of our party. I hope to see you tonight at 7. Lou Lou Girls
Dropping by from the DIY Sunday Showcase. I love the cheery colors in your wreath. It’s so pretty on your front door:)
Thank you Wendi! I really love the purple and green. Thank you for stopping by to check it out!
So pretty, Amanda! Love the colors and the burlap wreath is a pretty finishing touch! Would love to invite you to share it at our link up in my blog please 🙂 Hope your weekend’s been great!
Thank you Kendra! I missed it this week, but I’ll be sure to be there next week!
This is beautiful! I love that you only covered the wooden part with half the berries!!
Lol, that was actually not my original intent! I didn’t have near enough to do the whole thing like I wanted and when I went back to the store there were no more berries 🙁 But I love the way it looks as is! Glad you like it too.
This is such a cute project! I love that it’s nice and Springy, but without loads of pastel colors.
Thank you so much Marie!
I never would have guessed you got the supplies for this from the dollar store! Very pretty!
I am just a tad bit obsessed with the dollar store lol. Thank you for checking it out!
How pretty! I love that you made it so inexpensively. It’s a lovely way to dress up your door.
Thank you Beverly! I love anything I can do for cheap!
Super cute and something that I can make 🙂 I knew I should’ve picked these up at the Dollar Store.
Thank you! I even went back for more to cover the whole wreath but they were all gone 🙁 But I picked up more things of course! 😉