You can make a beautiful DIY spring wreath for under $25. With just a couple of supplies, you will have a beautiful and affordable wreath to brighten up your home for spring!
Spring literally gives me life! My flowers are starting to poke through the ground, windows are open to air out the house, and I am totally freshening up the house mode! This easy DIY spring wreath will brighten up your home and is under $25 to make!
So if you're feeling crafty and want to save money on expensive premade wreaths, let me walk you through step by step how I made this wreath!
Supplies You Will Need to Make a Spring Wreath
This wreath can be totally customizable. Use a different wreath round if you want or any type and color of flower. I am showing you the kind I made, but use it as a guideline if you want!
I got all of these supplies from Hobby Lobby. They were having a 50% off floral deal this particular week.
- Wood Bead Wreath - $9.99 (not on sale)
- Lambs Ear Stem - $6.99 ($3.49 sale price)
- Pink Ranunculus Stems (2) - $6.99 each ($6.99 for 2 sale price)
- Purple Flower Branch - $7.99 ($3.99 sale price)
- Hot Glue Gun & Glue Sticks - I already had
- Wire Cutters - I already had
TOTAL - $24.46 + tax
Other Add On Ideas
- Mini Easter Eggs - hot glue these on for more of an Easter-themed spring wreath
- Ribbon - use a ribbon that matches your florals to hang on your door and add an extra pop of color and element of decor
How to DIY Spring Wreath - Step by Step
Watch the full video here of how exactly I put this together.
- Start with the lamb ears - trim lamb's ears short at the base and layout on the lower left part of the wreath. Half of them will be traveling upwards and the bottom half facing down. Hot glue down.
- Layer in flowers - trim the pink flowers down at the base and hot glue in the middle and outwards. Work with odd numbers and layer different sizes next to each other.
- Flip over and layer purple branches - because the wooden bead wreath is very slim and they move a bit, I found it easier to flip over and tuck in the branches on the back. These are flimsy and add a whimsical layer and element. Flip back over and hot glue pieces down to stay in place (especially the one going up).
- Fill in the hole - hold up and look at it far away from every now and then. once you have put the big pieces in, start filling in the holes with single lamb ears and small flower pieces.
Tips When Making a Wreath Yourself
These are a couple of things I think through when making my own wreaths that apply no matter what the color or theme is.
- Look for different textures. Find different types of leaves, fillers, flowers, etc. Texture adds elements and depth.
- Pick out some "flimsy" pieces. The purple flower branches are flexible and "flimsy". This helps gives a different texture and layer instead of big flower buds and greenery. They are easy to stick in holes and are flexible to mold where you need them to go.
- Use the leaves from the floral stems. I wanted the flower buds from the pink ranunculus stems, but using the leaves off floral stems can help fill in holes when putting the finishing touches up.
The biggest thing I do no matter what type of wreath I am making is a layer with the big leaf pieces first, use an off number of main florals, and constantly fill in holes and gaps with extra fillers and leaves until the look is complete.
There are no rules or right way to do this. Use your creativity and make it your own! This is just a guiding point to help you get started!
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