We had fresh snow fall this week but I definitely have spring on my mind. We are on day 28 of consecutive rain here in Seattle and while I don’t mind a few clouds and misty air, this is even bad for us! I’ve been adding a few little spring touches around our house and whipped up a simple minimalistic spring wreath for our entry way.
I’m joining a few other ladies today as we all share some fresh wreaths for the new season. So be sure to hop on down below for a few new ideas.
Minimalistic Spring Wreath
When it comes to my decorating style, I have definitely been taking the ‘less is more’ approach over the past few years. I realize that when I do DIY crafts I tend to do too much, or try to hard to make it overly styled and then I realize that it’s not me. It’s too much. So this wreath may have taken three tries to get it right, but I really love the simplistic approach to it.
I love our clean modern entry way, so this minimalistic spring wreath is just a hint of spring that it needed.
This wreath is very easy to make and only took me about 30 minutes to put together. Here’s what I did:
DIY Spring Wreath Tutorial
How To Make a Simple Wreath
Start by giving your metal frame a couple coats of black spray paint. I did two coats and let it dry over night.
Using wire cutters, trim off some of the floral sprigs so there is only about 1″ of stem left.
Cute a small piece of wire off and wrap it tight.
Keep adding more sprigs, even in a few different colors to add a little pop.
Repeat on the opposite side.
In the middle, wrap your black rope around the center to cover the stems and then tie in a little bow.
Hang your wreath on the door or inside on a mirror or vignette.
Hope this inspires you to make something fun this weekend! Remember it doesn’t have to be over the top and filled with every flower in the craft store for it to feel like spring and add a little something to your home.