Add a Touch of Spring to a Plain Wreath.

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$10
15 Minutes
Easy

I added a touch of spring to my plain wreath with some stems I had on hand.

I had a eucalyptus wreath that I have been using for several years. It was pretty, but I wanted something new for spring.

I had a few faux stems that I have used in the past that I wanted to use to add some texture and a touch of spring.

I had a few of these fern like stems. I like the way these hang and they always add texture to an arrangement.

I clipped the sprigs from the main stem. Then I tucked these into the base of the wreath.

I did not glue these in but, if you wanted it to be more permanent, you could.

I think this added a lot of interest and texture to the greens.

For the touch of springtime, I added some tulip stems.

Just like I did with the ferns, I simply tucked these in to the base. I then bent the stem so that the tulips stuck.out a bit. I like the free form look!

Now it is ready to hang!

No I have a beautiful spring wreath! If I want to switch it up again, I can just swap out stems!

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