Cheers to the weekend. Let’s start by taking a look at some Easy Wreath Making Ideas to start creating and crafting your very own wreath for springtime!
These are some of my favorite crafts from the blog, so I couldn’t be more excited to show you. Let’s begin!
Since it’s almost Spring, I thought it was best to round up a collection of wreaths from the blog.
Why? Well, because as the seasons’ pass, we need inspiration for our home decor, and creating wreaths is the place to start.
Come on! Let’s get started and dive into these easy wreath-making ideas!
Calling all friends who love to craft and who also have some spare time on their hands to make these gorgeous wreaths!
You will be delighted to know that all of these easy wreath-making ideas are actually easy. Yep, that’s right. I want you to have a good time creating something fun!
What are you waiting for? Check out the wreaths below, and have a great Saturday!
Saturday Chitchat with Janine – Volume 51
Hello and Happy Weekend!
Who’s excited about Spring? I sure am! This time of year is quite possibly my favorite, if you didn’t know. It’s because of the sunshine, green hills that I enjoy hiking, and just the sight of flowers starting to bloom!
It’s simply magical.
In order to make this season the best, we have to decorate our home with beautiful decorations! Lucky for you, I have many easy wreath-making ideas to help you get started.
Don’t fear because these wreaths are simple to make and perfect decorations for your home! Plus, if you don’t find something you like here, more crafts on the blog aren’t wreaths.
I can’t wait any longer. So check out these crafts to have a wonderful Spring! Happy crafting!
A Personal Note from Janine
A part of me is just like my father, who was a bit of a hack when it came to projects. If he did anything around the house, it was a miracle. It’s hard to imagine that he briefly owned a gas station and worked on cars.
Well, at times, I’m a bit impatient like my father, and on occasion, I’ve been known to kind of throw the details to the wind.
I made a fall felt leaf wreath a while ago, but I didn’t have the patience to arrange the leaves symmetrically on the hoop. So, when I tackled this wreath, I told myself to stay focused and place the leaves side by side. And I love how it came out!
Maybe you’re wondering about the other parts of my personality? I have a bit of my mom in me, and she was as meticulous as my father was not. So it is strange to be detailed in some processes and a total flake when it comes to saying layering a lasagna.
It is kind of cool that my mom and dad’s traits live on through us kids!
Who are you like? Are you handing down some traits to your kiddos?
This Week’s Inspiration – Easy Wreath Making Ideas
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Easy Wreath Making Ideas
Today, I’m sharing with you an easy Pom-Pom Wreath DIY!
Pom poms are super easy to make, and no special equipment is required. Make your wreath any size that fits your home!
Have you seen the pretty wreaths over on Etsy? Well, today, I’m sharing how to make one in this Felt Wreath DIY post. I love any felt craft project, and I’ve always wanted to create one.
So, change up the felt colors and create a pretty Christmas wreath or, for that matter, a fall wreath. The beauty of this project is that you can make it whatever color matches your decor.
Learn how to make a gorgeous Paper Rosette Wreath with floral paper plates. I show how to make these paper flowers in this simple tutorial.
This wreath is a relatively inexpensive wreath to create, and it just requires a little bit of time. But, the time commitment is well worth the effort since this handmade paper wreath is stunning.
I’ve always wanted to make a White Tulip Wreath, so I got busy and quickly made one the other day. I was pleasantly surprised by how easy it was to make!
As you know, I have a ton of wreaths, a felt rosette, paper cherry blossoms, and arm-knitted wreaths, to name a few. And I must admit that I tend to make some pretty elaborate wreaths.
But, this time, I decided to go the easier route and make a quick and uncomplicated wreath!
Make sure to check out How to Make a Bay Leaf Wreath. Over the years, I tried a few different steps to make this bay laurel wreath, and I finally figured out a few essential things.
I love making wreaths, and this one is super easy. And if you have Bay Laurel Trees in your area, then you’ll enjoy making this classic wreath.
So, this helpful tutorial has excellent tips on how to make the best bay laurel wreath.
Make a Chunky Knit Wreath in Under 30 minutes! Yes, you heard correctly. This is probably the simplest wreath I have ever created. I can’t get enough of the beautiful Merino wool yarn!
To be honest, I didn’t time myself, and it might be more like a 15-minute wreath.
As I said, I love the white chunky wool yarn. If you like it too but don’t have the interest or energy to create an arm-knitted blanket, making a wreath is the next best thing. The soft wool has a comfy huggable style that warms a room!
I placed a Felt Flower Wreath DIY on an embroidery hoop. I love the combination of the wooden hoop, flowers, and stitches!
This wreath is perfect for any month or season, so have fun with one of the easiest wreath-making ideas in this collection of wreaths!
Make this Easy Peony Wreath in ten minutes!
If you don’t have a lot of time but want a beautiful wreath, then you’ll love this DIY.
Place it on your front door, or in your living room, or on a bookshelf the possibilities are endless. Plus, you’ll be happily surprised to know that this wreath is one of those easy wreath-making ideas!
I’m amazed at how many fantastic Construction Paper Crafts there are. However, this easy paper daffodil DIY is simple and inexpensive to make!
Construction paper makes such pretty paper flowers. I was amazed at the quality of the white paper produced by Crayola!
How to Dry Flowers is a simple project. No need to use silica gel since roses dry quickly!
I recently preserved a bouquet of store-bought roses, and a week later, I made this beautiful wreath.
Preserving flowers is a fantastic way to get the most of your flowers. Not only do you have them while they are fresh, but you extend their enjoyment many months later by drying them.
This wreath couldn’t get any easier! Hot glue felt balls to a wire wreath and add a pretty festive ribbon to make this cute heart wreath.
A white wreath is so versatile. I like to change out ribbons, temporarily add flowers to them, and I enjoy them throughout the whole year.
This DIY Heart Wreath Tutorial was inspired by my trips into the San Francisco Flower Market.
I spied one of these cute heart wreaths at a vendor’s shop, and I had to make one. This wreath is seriously an easy project and perfect for an upcoming holiday or season!
Diy Felt Flower Wreath is today’s fun craft project. If you like making felt flowers, then you’ll love this project.
I wanted to make a colorful and dainty wreath out of felt, which I created. Hopefully, you love this craft as much as I do.
As some of you all know, I’m slightly obsessed with flowers and paper projects, so I’m thrilled that I designed this happy spring wreath.
This is one of the prettiest easy wreath-making ideas on the blog, so I encourage you to check out this paper wreath to get a look at Spring in your home.
This Week’s – Boutique of the Week (Valentine’s Mantel Decor)
Let’s get into the swing of love! Start by checking out this collection of Valentine’s Mantel Decor to get a head start on decorating your home for February.
Then, style your mantel with a heart garland or two, a wreath, and a couple of adorable signs with Valentine’s Day sayings!
My Favorite Things – Easy Wreath Making Ideas
This craft right here is an old one but a good one. This project was one of my first wreaths on the blog!
Do you love paper as much as I do? I love how accessible and inexpensive it is. With just a few snips and folds, you have a beautiful piece that you can add to a wall or a door.
This paper wreath is simple and one of those easy wreath-making ideas on the blog.
Let’s take a blast to the past (again) and look at this burlap wreath of mine! This DIY was also one of the first wreaths I made when I started my blog.
This wreath is simple, easy, and fantastic to accent a wall or door. One of my favorites and one of those easy wreath-making ideas to try out this Spring!
What’s Trending on the Blog
Learn How to Make Felt Flowers this Spring. Nothing screams spring more than cherry blossoms.
This easy-felt flowers DIY is simple and requires felt, scissors, glue, and an actual tree branch!
In the Spring, I’m obsessed with cherry blossoms. Well, I love all the spring flowers. Flowers are my passion, and that love carries over to my crafts and home.
This easy DIY Flower Wall Hanging is easy to create with faux flowers. Decorate your bedroom wall with it for Valentine’s Day or Spring.
I was amazed at how fun and easy this wall-hanging flower arrangement was to create. It’s perfect for a wall, wedding, dorm room, office, birthday, or any special occasion!
More Easy Wreath Making Ideas
Here is a Quick and Easy Arm Knitted Wreath to chase your winter blues away.
Not that you have the blues, but this cute wreath should lift your spirits and start your year off to a happy, bright start for Spring!
I love felt, and I love flowers, so you can imagine that a Rosette Felt Wreath Tutorial is perfect in my mind.
So, you only need to make one thing, felt rosette flowers for this wreath.
And I find if you make them while watching a movie and then place them on your wreath, it makes the project a lot easier!
This Week’s Tip – How to Make a Wreath
How I Make My Wreaths
I love making wreaths, but sometimes they can be time-consuming to create. So, here is what I do so I don’t get overwhelmed.
I spread out the steps over a couple of days. So, if there is a lot of cutting out of parts like leaves, that’s what I tackle on the first day. Then the next day, I’ll finish up the wreath. Sitting and working on a wreath for many hours is not my idea of fun.
Even though I may want the wreath done quickly, I know that I’ll burn out if I try to make it all in one day. So I hope you try my method next time you tackle making a wreath.
My Latest Obsession – Dried Flowers
I Love this Dried Bougainvillea Wreath
My latest passion is dried flowers.
During the summer months, I’m always collecting and drying my flowers. I love picking wildflowers when I hike a trail. Pearly Everlasting flowers are my favorite to dry.
But, if you don’t hike, you can dry your grocery store roses. Tie the stems at the bottom and then hang them upside down in a closet. And in a couple of days, you’ll have some pretty dried roses.
By the way, this gorgeous wreath is from a lovely Etsy Shop!
As you can tell, I love making wreaths. Since there are so many choices, I am hoping you found something to create this Spring. I’m off to crafting, baking and whipping up new recipes for the new year! Stay tuned for more on the blog.
Have a great weekend.