Spring Wreath

3 Materials
30 Minutes

I wanted a fun and neutral wreath for spring. Most of the spring wreaths I've seen have huge flowers and lots of ribbon in them, which is beautiful, but not the look I was going for. So instead, I decided to shop my home and grab some greenery I had laying around and make my own! This wreath is neutral, simple, and is a great spring wreath!

First, I grabbed a grape vine wreath and some greenery I had in the basement. I didn't know the exact look I was going for at this time, so I grabbed a bit of everything! You'll also need scissors and wire!

I started by using the lambs ear as a base. I took the stems and poked them through the grape vine wreath to secure it.

Once you have your base in place, take a step back and start to wire it in place.

The grape vine wreath takes care of securing the stems, but wiring the leaves in place is ideal to make everything look the way you want. I wired mine down to make them lay closer to the wreath.

Once my base was down, I decided that this wreath only needed a pop of something else. I grabbed my baby's breath and added it amongst the lambs ear. These stems were short enough and easy enough to manipulate that they didn't require wire. But, if you're using longer stems, poke them through and wire in place.

Hang and enjoy your new spring wreath!

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