Make this DIY Spring Wreath for a front door, mantel, bookshelf, or walls. It’s an easy floral wreath that you can make in under 60 minutes.
If you are decorating for spring, you might like this fun, simple, and pretty floral wreath.
There is no simpler way to decorate your home than with a seasonal wreath. And if you are like me, you probably have a hard time finding one that you like.
So today, I’m sharing not only my spring project but eight more of my friend’s wreaths!
And if you need more ideas, I’ll attach a few more of my wreath at the end of this post.
Let’s get started!
An Easy DIY Spring Wreath
You’ll need just a few things in order to make this cheerful wreath.
Faux Cherry Blossoms Garlands
I bought these cherry blossom garlands, and I love how these faux flowers look. They are the perfect shade of pink. My order included four strands of garland for this project you’ll need three.
Wire Wreath Form
I always have a bunch of these wreaths around among my craft supplies. I love that they don’t take up much room. They are perfect for attaching the flower garland to the wire rows.
This is a must to have among your wreath supplies. There are different gauges of wire. Gauge is a fancy word for thickness. And I find the thickness rating counterintuitive—the bigger the number, the small the thickness. Yeah, now that makes total sense. 🙂
Tuck small twigs among the flowers. I love how they stick out, and some have a few blossoms attached to them. It adds a nice touch to the wreath.
Let’s Make the Wreath!
*The follow post contains affiliate links
Faux Cherry Blossom Garlands (two bags and each contains two garlands)
Wire Wreath ( I used a 12″ wreath)
Step 1 – Cut Wire
You’ll want to cut about 30 or so 4 inch pieces of wire.
Step 2 – Attach Cherry Garland
Attach the flower garland to the first row of wire on the wreath (refer to the above photo). Use your pre-cut pieces of wire to secure the garland. Once you place a row of flowers, attach more garland to the next row of your wreath. Finally, attach a row to the outermost wire of the wreath. You’ll probably only use three of the four flower garlands.
If you find you have empty spots, cut off some of the fourth garland’s blossoms and hot glue the extra flowers into place.
Step 3 – Insert Twigs (optional)
Just place a few twigs around the wreath. Try and make it look as organic as possible. Finally, attach a wire to the back to hang the wreath. You can also attach a bow or ribbon too!
I love how this wreath turned out and I’m excited to place it on my front door. I know that I have a cranberry door, so I hope they look good together!
And here is a little side note. My neighbors provide a few of the real flowers in some of the photos! Yes, the Camilla’s are blooming here in California and they are lovely. So a big thank you to Francie and Maryann!
Here are some more Spring Wreaths from Happy Happy Nester!
This super cute Spring Wreath is easy to create from store-bought flowers and garden branches!
If you like making felt flowers, then learn how to make four different flowers. The embroidery hoop makes such a unique wreath.
Make this wreath if you have some construction paper among your supplies. It’s a pretty simple wreath to create, and it is perfect for spring!
I want to say a big thanks for stopping by for my DIY Spring Wreath tutorial!
Until my next blog post,
Cheers and Happy Crafting!
Ok as promised, here are some more fabulous wreaths from my talented friends!
Spring Butterfly Pennant Wreath // Tatertots & Jello
DIY Spring Wreath // Happy Happy Nester
A Spring Easter Egg Wreath // Finding Lovely
Metal Hoop Spring Wreath // Twelve on Main
Spring Flowers Monarch Butterfly Wreath // Craftberry Bush
Spring Garden Wreath // My 100 Year Old Home
How to make a Dried Flower Wreath // The DIY Mommy
Whimsical Spring Wreath // Modern Glam
How To Turn A Fall Wreath Into A Spring Wreath // My Sweet Savannah