I saw this wreath on Tater Tots and Jello earlier this year and decided I wanted it to be my spring wreath. So I craft-lifted her idea made a few tweaks and made my own wreath. For her wreath and institutions you can go to her website here:
4. Next I went through the pile and made about 85% of them have some texture and volume. I used hot glue and made a few folds here and there and then glued them together to give them more dimension.
5. Now just glue them to the wreath! I had a lot of one particular yellow fabric (since I was using scrap) so I put those flowers in their own pile and made sure to spread them out between the other flowers. I saved the little rosettes till the end and used them to fill in the bare areas.
There you have it!
A few notes:
This is made out of styrofoam so make sure if you hang it outside it is in a safe from rain area (ie on a door between the storm door or under a larger overhang.)
I need to start remembering to take pictures before its dark out or when I don’t have time to upload them so I take them with my phone. Come back tonight for better pictures.
I had everything but the wreath and the burlap on hand. Plus I bought those to things with coupons! That made this a very cheap project!
If you make one please post it some where and either send me the link or a picture or put it in the comments I would love to see it!
PS come back tomorrow for some more 100 possibilities project pictures!
7 comments on “Spring wreath.”
the burlap adds a nice touch to the flowers. I would love for you to stop by my Bring In The Spring party – it starts tonight.
nice work 🙂 I'm your newest follower!
OH’ MY TOTALLY DARLING! love your fabric choices too. p.s. the hubs gets paid friday so that is when your frame will be sent out. Sorry for the wait. 😉
Lovely wreath. Craftlifted, lol! I’d forgotten that term until I saw it on your post, very appropriate for what we bloggers do! ; 0 ) You did a great job with the colors, textures and design of this wreath. So clever.
It looks great!!!
Oh, I just love this!
Thank you for sharing!
Have a good evening!
Amber I LOVE your wreath! Those colors are wonderful together! Beautiful job!! 🙂