Thursday, March 14, 2013

Spring Wreath

Spring is in the air, the birds are singing and Easter is just around the corner. Not having a wreath on our front door for a while now was getting to me, so this is what I came up with. Cute and simple, just like I like it.

First, I began with items that I had used for a dining room centerpiece last year. It had been hanging out in a closet so pardon the distorted mess.
This leftover mess would be perfect for my spring wreath, the white flowers and green twigs, which meant that I did not have to make a trip to Michaels!

I took all the pieces out of the jug and put aside what I was not going to use for this, the feathers and tree twigs.

I cut the flower stems shorter and removed all the green twigs from the larger branch and set all aside to begin to assemble my wreath.

First, I placed all the items where I wanted them go and adjusted a few to get them just right, then it was hot glue time! Don't you just love a hot glue gun project? I do! (minus the glue burns of course!)

After the glue was dry, it was time to hang, it is so cute on the front door and the white flowers really stand out well.

I really like it when I can take items that I already have and reuse them, at least this way I feel like I am getting more bang with a buck!

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  1. I love seeing spring wreathes go up! And using the feathers in your vase arrangement is extra pretty :)

    1. Thank you! Me too! I am so glad Spring is almost here!! So glad you stopped by!