Square Spring Wreath

3 Materials
Spring is a wonderful time to decorate . So many beautiful flowers and creative ways to display them. Wreaths are a great way to decorate for spring. I wanted a wreath for my front door, but only had a large frame to work with.

Step 1: This frame was way too big for my door so I decided to cut it down. I used my chop saw to cut it into a 14 by 14 inch square frame.

You could use any frame that you have that would work.

Step 2: I glued the pieces together and added some stables on the front and back. I could have sanded it but since I was going to cover it, it didn't matter.

Step 3: I cut four pieces of burlap from a coffee grain sack. I also used it on my Home Sweet Home Sign I made preciously.
The grain sack is heavier than the burlap you buy at the store. My frame was thick so it could handle it.

Step 4: I mitered the corners to mimic the frame corners. I began to hot glue the burlap to the frame, but then moved to stapling the burlap to the back. This went faster.

Step 5: I added flowers that I had already fried, like pussy willow, purple statice, baby's breath and a couple others.

A yellow bow finished off the corner.

Step 6: Finished wreath hanging on door.

You can see more images and get additional info about other materials that can be used on my site.
Suggested materials:
  • Wooden frame   (Had it)
  • Fried flowers   (had them)
  • Burlap   (Coffee grain sack, you could purchase this)
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