Looking for a Spring wreath for your front door that will bring a little sunshine to your home? You’ll like this super easy Spring wreath that will even look good in Summer too.
What is it about doors that they always look so bare without a wreath?
Do you recognize that feeling? That your house is not a home when your door is lacking a proper front door wreath?
I think after Christmas the season that most calls for a little sprucing up of the front door is Spring.
So I am happy to share this super duper easy, quick and fun way to make a Spring wreath for your front door. And it is easy on the budget too.
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How to make a Spring wreath with silk flowers
This Spring wreath is so easy to make. The base is a simple twig wreath. You can buy one ready made or make one yourself from your garden clippings. I have used a ready-made one here, but I have also used and re-used my homemade twig wreath many times.
With the base covered it is time to add some flowers. I found some twigs with silk flowers and little leaves at the dollar store. I bought three twigs and cut them up in smaller pieces.
I think twig wreath are the champions among wreaths because it is so easy to customize them and you can use them throughout all the seasons. No need for floral wire, just push your flowers in between the twigs and they will hold beautifully.
I hang my wreaths on the window of my front door by using clear command hooks. The hooks are reusable too, all you have to do is buy some new command strips from time to time.
That is the beauty of twig wreaths. You can just push things in and they will hook themselves solid. No need for wire or anything. Quickest way to make a wreath any day.
Usually I am not the biggest fan of working with faux flowers. But as I am known to leave my wreaths hanging for months on end, this might be a safe choice……. 😀
The front of the house has moved into Spring, a Spring wreath is hanging on the door and . Life is good!
And if you are looking for more budget friendly Spring decorating ideas than Marianne from Thistlewood Farms shared an awesome roundup.