Hello! Susan from Love of Home here, I’m so happy to be bringing some Spring inspiration today. I have a simple DIY Spring wreath to share with you. This is an inexpensive way to freshen things up. I always try to make our home warm and welcoming. I think a wreath on the door or in the entry does that perfectly. This one was created for our mudroom. Do you need inspiration for your wreath? Try looking through a magazine, check out Pinterest or you can see some of my wreath ideas here. I love to start with a simple grapevine wreath. The one I used is from the Target’s bargain aisle for $3.00. I removed the twine and rewrapped it with some I had.
To recreate this wreath you’ll need:
Any size grapevine wreath, a hot glue gun, moss, a bird’s nest, eggs and a few flowers. I used dried lavender but you could use your favorite silk flower. I also used a few tiny pine cones I had to finish the wreath and a length of ribbon to hang it.
Hot glue the moss down in a pattern that you like. I tried to mold the moss to the wreath so it looks real.
Add the nest and eggs. I added a bit of moss to the nest before I put in the eggs. Add the lavender or flowers on each side.
Tie your ribbon around the wreath or tie to a loop of the wreath and hang!
This will brighten up your home in no time, and you can use any supplies you have on hand to customize the look of your wreath. Thanks for letting me visit with you again this month; I look forward to seeing you again next time!