Easy Spring DIY

Spring officially starts in a little less than a week! I’ve started adding spring touches around the house and this recent spring DIY is my favorite! I’ve also teamed up with a few friends for a spring DIY blog hop, so keep reading until the end to see what they’ve created for their homes! Special thanks to our sweet host, Shae at Sweet Southern Grace for hosting us!

DIY Spring Wreath

Let me just start by saying that is such an easy wreath to make and VERY budget friendly. And adding a colorful floral wreath to your front door is the easiest way to add Spring to your home!

I decided to make this because I’ve been wanting a beautiful tulip or hydrangea wreath. But oh my goodness can those get pricey (like $50 or more pricey)! So I decided that I could make one myself for MUCH cheaper. Lets start with what you’ll need and then I’ll walk you through how to make this!

Price Break down: Flowers ($3.47/each), Wreath form ($1.25), and ribbon ($1.25/roll). I was able to make this for just under $30! Most of you will have hot glue, floral wire and ribbon on hand so you’ll probably be able to make this for even less!


  • Faux flowers of your choice ( I bought mine Walmart)
  • Wire wreath form ( used a 14″ from Dollar Tree, but Walmart also has some)
  • Ribbon & floral wire
  • Hot glue (optional)
  • Everything I used is linked here.

To start, you will either want to tie or not in the ribbon or fold it over and hot glue. Glueing the ribbon definitely gives this a bit a of a cleaner lookout if you’re like me and didn’t have any on hand, making knot works just fine. Once you have that started, start placing your flowers. I recommend using a small bouquet of flowers to give the wreath a fuller look. To keep the flowers in place, wrap the ribbon few times around the stem.

Continue by layering your flower bouquets on top of each other & wrapping the ribbon around the stems like shown in the picture. Once you place a few groups you can use the floral wire to give extra security to some of the loose flowers and longer stems.

Of course make sure to repeat these steps until you’re completely finished. I used about 7 bouquets total for this 14″ wreath form. And honestly, I probably could have used one more for a total of 8. Im so thrilled witht he finished product though!

Y’all! I love the pink and green together! I also had this pretty wreath sash that I bought from Vintage Market Days a few weeks ago. You could also add a bow for a finishing touch or leave as is. Don’t forget to pin this for later so you can make a beautiful spring wreath of your own!

Head over to my friends’ blogs below for more inspiration! They’ve created beautiful spring pieces for their homes!

Shae at “Sweet Southern Grace
Terrie at “Decorate & More with Tip
Gail at “Purple Hues & Me
Denise at “Hoots Hack
Tammy at “Patina & Paint

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6 responses to “Easy Spring DIY”

  1. Oh, my goodness! This wreath is beautiful. Love the colors and LOVE that wreath sash! Thanks for sharing.


  2. You wreath is so pretty Hannah. I love how you used ribbon to secure them on the wire wreath. Great job creating your wreath.


  3. Hannah!!
    I absolutely love your wreath! It speaks spring and it’s a great, budget friendly way to make a wreath without breaking the bank! Some, really nice wreaths, go for $200!! I need to make one similar to yours for above my kitchen window! Thank you for being apart of our hop! Always enjoy having you!


  4. Your wreath is quite stunning, Hannah! Love the flowers, colors, and how full it looks! Plus, it’s festive and full of spingtime, too!!! Great job!


  5. I should have said “Full of Springtime”


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