{Easy} Spring Wreath for under $10

Easy Spring Wreath for less than $10 in under 10 minutes

So I know Spring is like halfway over and most people already have summer on their minds, but I still wanted to share this super easy and inexpensive wreath I made. I think the reason I kept putting off making a wreath is that I had high hopes for something really creative, but when it came down to it I just couldn’t get motivated to put something together. 

But leave it to Walmart to have a wreath already covered in “grass” that was perfect for an easy spring wreath. Add a few silk flowers, ribbon and this baby was on our door in no time. And, I got everything for less than $10! Our door faces the setting sun, so I know this wreath probably won’t make it through next year, but at the price that’s fine with me :) 
One tip on the ribbon I used – Costco has a good selection of wired ribbon at amazing prices. I found this out a few years ago when we were buying ribbon for my wedding. You can get 50 yards of ribbon for like $7. You can’t beat that! They have tons during Christmas and I try and stock up to use throughout the year. I have seen more generic colors and birthday type ribbon at other times of the year, but it’s hit or miss. 
Easy Spring Wreath for less than $10 in under 10 minutes

Supplies

-”Grass” covered foam wreath (I found at Walmart)
-Silk flowers of your choice
-Wired ribbon
-Hot glue gun
-Scissors (or wire cutters)

Instructions

1. Cut the flowers from the plastic stems. I used scissors, but depending upon your flowers you may need to use wire cutters. You want to get as close to the flower as possible.

Easy Spring Wreath for less than $10 in under 10 minutes

2. Arrange flowers on wreath as you desire. Then, apply hot glue to the back of the flowers and glue to the wreath.

Easy Spring Wreath for less than $10 in under 10 minutes

3. Cut ribbon to desired length, leaving enough room to tie a bow at the top. Wrap the ribbon around the top of the wreath and the tie a simple bow at the top.

Easy Spring Wreath for less than $10 in under 10 minutes
4. Hang on your door and enjoy! 
Easy Spring Wreath for less than $10 in under 10 minutes
I think it took me just as long to let the glue gun heat up as it did the finish this wreath :)
Easy Spring Wreath for less than $10 in under 10 minutes
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Easy Spring Wreath for less than $10 in under 10 minutes
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Comments

  1. says

    This is just gorgeous!

    Would you mind sharing this on a new link party I host with 5 other blogs: Moonlight & Mason Jars Mondays! We feature 5 blogs who link up every week. The party closes at midnight tomorrow. I know our readers will LOVE this wreath! :)

    Xo,
    Jenn Pilgrim
    TheNewlywedPilgrimage.com

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