Small Wreath Spring Wall Decor

6 Materials
$10
30 Minutes
Easy

Let’s make a small wreath to add to your Spring wall decor! This sweet little wreath is so pretty, simple, and quick to make.

Hi yall! I hope your week is off to a great start!


I’ve got that Spring cleaning bug and I’m really trying to organize and purge! Several items made their way onto Facebook Marketplace this past weekend and I was able to get almost all of it sold and picked up! Whew!


Have you listed anything on FB Marketplace before? It takes some time to list everything, sort through all of the crazy messages, and then arrange multiple pick-up times because people no-show. It’s like a full time job! HA!


If you’re knee deep in Spring cleaning too and running short on time, then you’re going to like today’s DIY! Ladies… this is probably the simplest wreath I’ve ever made! It’s a perfect shelf sitter, or gallery wall accent piece, and it takes maybe 10 minutes to complete once you have your supplies gathered!


Before I share today’s post…did you see this post How To Make A DIY Bird Nest from last week?! I guess I’m just covering all sizes of bird nests this month. 😉 It turned out beautiful and I loved using it as a centerpiece in my Spring tablescape.

Small Wreath Spring wall decor

What do you need to make this small wreath Spring wall decor?


  • Small grapevine wreath. I used 6″
  • Moss
  • Speckled Eggs
  • Ribbon
  • Old frame and matte (optional)



Spring wall decor in 3 steps

Step 1

Start by using hot glue to adhere the moss to the grapevine wreath.

Step 2

Attach the speckled eggs to the wreath using hot glue.

Step 3

Loop a ribbon around the wreath to hang. I used an old frame and matte to complete my wreath! If you want to do the same, simply tuck your ribbon between your matte and frame and then tape the ribbon down on the back of the matte to secure it.

Small Wreath Spring Wall Decor

That’s all there is to it! So simple! I think this piece looks great layered on a shelf or mantle. You could also hang it with your gallery wall.


It is such a quick way to add a little Spring decor into your home. It’s also so neutral that I think it would go with just about any style of decor!


I’d love to hear what you think about this sweet, Spring craft down below! And it we’re not friends over on Facebook or Instagram, what are you waiting for! 😉


You can find me @liveoaknest on social media, and over on YouTube and Pinterest too!


Click here to see more of my simple DIYs and craft projects!


Blessings,

Kayla C.



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