Memorial Day is this weekend, and that marks the unofficial start of summer! Get your home ready for the sunny days of summer with a warm summer wreath! We used a basic wreath and wrapped it with ribbon and jute to give it a fun nautical feel.
Wooden flat circular wreath
1.5” Heavy Apron Tape
Small Tubular Jute
1” Stitched Grosgrain
7/8” Grosgrain Ribbon
1. Take your apron tape and glue the tip down on the back of the wreath.
2. Start wrapping around the entire wreath until you meet the area you started with.3. With the excess tape create a continuing loop for hanging the wreath once it is complete. Glue the end to the back and cut excess.
4. Take your jute and glue the tip into the back of the wreath under the tape.
5. Wrap around wreath until you reach the end. Cut and glue tip into the tape behind the wreath.
6. Create two bows with the red and navy ribbon. Glue red one down and then the smaller navy one on top.
There’s nothing more cheerful than seeing a beautiful wreath upon entering a home. Welcome spring to your abode with these friendly seasonal wreaths! Why do we have to wait for May flowers? Bypass the April showers and make this tulip wreath to brighten your doorway!
What could be better than a fluttering kaleidoscope of butterflies greeting guests as the walk into your home?
All of the elements of spring, from flowers to birds’ nests, are captured in this wreath.
Use fabric scraps to make this colorful wreath that can easily be used inside too!
This wreath is made with an unlikely material: bubblegum! Who knew a chewy treat could look so modern and sophisticated?
Easter is merely days away, and if you’re like us then you love getting your home decorated for upcoming holidays. Here are a few inventive ways decorate your home for this fun spring celebration!This bunny pallet art piece from Design, Dining, and Diapers is ideal for a rustic, country home. Pallets are a staple in DIY furniture, and it’s nice to see how you can use them in smaller ways around the house.
This fun little centerpiece from Love Grows Wild uses the Easter bunny’s favorite veggies to bring the holidays into your home, and the unexpected orange adds a fresh pop of color.
An average table runner gets an unexpected Easter upgrade with some cute cotton tails! Find out how to make your own at Eclectically Vintage.
If you need a DIY that’s great for spring, try these dip-dyed napkins from Trendenser! They look like beautiful tulip petals, and go well with almost any arrangement.
This great wreath stays cute without the use of plastic eggs. We love the beautiful felt flowers used, and you can find out how to make your own at Very Truly Me!
It’s nearly holiday season, so we wanted to round up the best DIY wreaths to help us get in the decorating mood. With everything from flowers to lace to pom-poms, these wreaths are so lovely, you’ll never want to take them off of your door! Take a look below.
DIY Autumn Floral Wreath by A Beautiful Mess
DIY Grapevine Wreath with Doily Flowers by Hostess With The Mostess
DIY Felted Ball Wreath by Pickles
DIY Coffee Cardboard Recycled Wreath by Cutout and Keep
DIY Fall Wreath by Crafty Sisters