15 minute Spring Wreath for less than 15$

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I'm looking outside right now, I see snow falling!! 😭 Ok, it probably won't stay on the ground but I'm in much need of Spring, flowers, and sun. Aren't you?

Since I can't command the sun, and flowers are nowhere to be found in my yard, I decided to do a quick DIY to bring Spring on my front porch (who knows, maybe the sun will hear my call!!)

Easy Spring Wreath | Flowers | Home Decor | Porch | Front door | DIY

What you need:
  • Artificial Flowers
  • Wreath
  • No glue!!
Easy Spring Wreath | Flowers | Home Decor | Porch | Front door | DIY


How to do it:

Insert the stem of the flowers into the wreath

Easy Spring Wreath | Flowers | Home Decor | Porch | Front door | DIY


No need to use any glue

Easy Spring Wreath | Flowers | Home Decor | Porch | Front door | DIY


Twist the stems inside the wreath. You can see a view of the back of the wreath:

Easy Spring Wreath | Flowers | Home Decor | Porch | Front door | DIY


To insert the pansies, you'll need to cut the stem that keeps them together.

Easy Spring Wreath | Flowers | Home Decor | Porch | Front door | DIY


Again, one by one, insert the stems and twist them in the wreath.

Easy Spring Wreath | Flowers | Home Decor | Porch | Front door | DIY


And you're done!

Easy Spring Wreath | Flowers | Home Decor | Porch | Front door | DIY

For the budget:

WhatHow muchWhereComment
Wreath$3.49Michael'sWith 50% off coupon
Whites heather flowers (2x)$4.98Michael'sOn special - 50% off
Pansy flowers (1x)$2.99Michael'sOn special - 50% off
Total (without taxes)$11.46
As promised, way under 15$

Now, I only had a silvery dollar store door hook to hang the wreath and there was no chance it would look good.

Taking 15 minutes more...

I use jute twine and wrap it around the door hook with hot glue.

Easy Spring Wreath | Flowers | Home Decor | Porch | Front door | DIY

Easy Spring Wreath | Flowers | Home Decor | Porch | Front door | DIY


This is waaaay better!

Easy Spring Wreath | Flowers | Home Decor | Porch | Front door | DIY


Here's a before an after picture. I'm sure Spring is going to answer my call (fingers crossed)!

Easy Spring Wreath | Flowers | Home Decor | Porch | Front door | DIY

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14 comments

  1. That wreath is so beautiful and makes such a big difference on the door! I've never tried making my own wreath before, but you make it sound so simple...I'll have to try this. Pinning for later:) #HomeMattersParty

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    1. Thanks Sara! It was my first time too! Love to make simple things! :-)

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  2. I haven't done a grapevine wreath in some time now and your version is just so pretty and simple. I love how you treated the door hanger - brilliant! #HomeMattersParty

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  3. Pinned this to my Wreaths board. This is so simple and pretty. I like how it doesn't need glue, so if I want to take the flowers out and pop in different ones for summer or fall. #HomeMattersParty

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    1. Nicole, you're reading my mind! That's exactly why I didn't use any glue!

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  4. I love the door hanger! Pinning this, it's beautiful. #HomeMattersParty

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  5. I love spring and all the beautiful colors and flowers that come with it. Your wreath is gorgeous! :) #HomeMattersParty

    ~Lorelai
    Life With Lorelai

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  6. I really like the faux pansies. I haven't seen them on spring wreaths this year -- mostly tulips and forsythia. The asymmetrical design is a favorite. Your wreath looks very pretty!

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    1. Thank you Carol. I'm not really good in flowers (I mean knowing which is what). I chose pansies cause they matched the yellow of my house! lol

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  7. Oh shame Natalie. I really hope Mother Nature heard your call and that she sends you lots of beautiful flowers and sunny skies to compliment your gorgeous wreath

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    1. Thanks Michelle! It is getting better (the snow is gone!) And I like to think my wreath had something to do with it! ;-)

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