Spring Wreath - Bright and Sunny

3 Materials
30 Minutes

Spring is on its way and if you're craving a bright, colorful pop in your home for the warmer months, why not whip up a little sunshine of my your own with a dollar store floral wreath.

I'm a huge wreath fan, since they're a great way to add personality and style to your home.

Plus, they're so simple and inexpensive to make.

If you're a wreath fan, you can check out more here: Easy DIY Wreaths For All Seasons...and psst...some of them aren't real "wreaths" at all!

Choose Your Flowers

I headed out to the dollar store and picked up five bunches of yellow daisies. You can of course pick any flower you like.

This DIY will work with any variety of faux blooms.

Grab A Foam Wreath

I also picked up a foam wreath. I like foam as opposed to wire ones, because I don't need to use floral wire to attach the flowers.

Separate Flowers And Hot Glue Them

I removed the flowers from the bushel stems one at a time and put them aside in a pile.

Then I added a bit of hot glue to the bottom of the plastic stem and poked them into the foam until the wreath was full and fluffy.

Add A Hanger

The last step was to add a ribbon hanger to the back of the foam. I just glued it on in a loop.

Then I hung it up!

Sunshine all the time!

For even more sunshine, peek here: Sunshine In A Cup. It's actually two DIYs in one...a pretty reveal and how to get those ugly scratch marks off your white plates. Come visit.

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