How To Make An Easy Spring Wreath in Minutes
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Do you like to decorate for spring and Easter, as well as for Christmas? I do! I’ve made a few Christmas wreaths before, but never a spring wreath before, so this is the year. This is the easiest spring wreath ever, and only took about five minutes. So read on to see how to make your own easy spring wreath in minutes, for less than £15.
What You Need to Make an Easy Spring Wreath in Minutes
All you need to make an easy spring wreath in minutes is a pre-formed wicker wreath, ribbon and fake flowers. You may need some floristry wire but I didn’t need it in the end.
I used a wreath we had left from our wedding nearly eleven years ago, and it even has the original ribbon. Mine is just over 30cm wide, and if you don’t happen to have on already, you can follow this affiliate link to buy a 30cm wreath for £2.89.
I used five of these packets of fake flowers from HEMA, which cost £2.50 each.
How to Make an Easy Spring Wreath in Minutes
If you have a wicker wreath like mine, you can just poke the flower stems in between the strands of wicker, and they should hold them well. If you have one that doesn’t have gaps, you might need to secure them with floristry wire.
I just started at the bottom and alternated pink and white flowers so that I didn’t have clumps of the same flowers together.
You could just decorate a small section, like in these photos, or continue all the way around as I did.
Just continue to add the flowers where you like, and after about five minutes, you’ll have a beautiful spring wreath.
Although I do love wreaths with real flowers, like the one I made at Christmas, they don’t last forever and are a lot more difficult than this one. It certainly brightens up our horrible old door!
I hope you’ve enjoyed this tutorial on how to make an easy spring wreath, will you be making your own? Why not pin my instructions for later?