DIY Spring Wreath

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Here's an easy and inexpensive spring wreath for your front door.
To keep costs down - I used greenery from my backyard! I snipped a few pieces and attached them to the wreath form with floral wire.
I went all the way around attaching the greenery in a fan like pattern.
Once I was done with the greens, I attached some faux, spring flowers to the top left using floral wire. (I found them at Michael's!)
The last step was inserting some of these faux green leaves in the wreath sporadically.
The flowers look pretty real, right? :)
Here's the finished product on my front door! It won't last as long as faux wreath obviously, but it was inexpensive and should get me through the next few weeks.
Once the real greens fade, I can take it apart and reuse the faux flowers, stems and wreath form for a new project. The addition of real greenery helps the overall wreath look more whimsical and organic.
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Karen | Decor Hint
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