Anyone in the mood for a little project?! I hope so because today I’m sharing a super simple, DIY summer wreath that only took me 15 minutes. I actually had some free time yesterday afternoon, which doesn’t happen very often, and so I decided to get a little crafty. I don’t do much of that kinda thing anymore, but I really enjoyed it. And now I have a pretty pink wreath for my front door. Ok let me show you how I did it!
Materials for Summer Wreath
All you need for this project is a large grapevine wreath and some faux flowers. I bought these bouquet bundles from Michael’s recently for a few bucks each and they worked perfectly for this wreath!
Instructions for Summer Wreath
Each bouquet comes with about 6-7 individual flowers, so I simply took each flower and placed it into the grapevine wreath, pushing the stem all the way through. These stems have a wire in them, so they’re nice and firm. I worked my way all the way around the wreath until the flowers were evenly placed. Then once they were all woven in securely, I trimmed the excess from the back.
Voila! This only took about 15 minutes to make–super fast and easy peasy. This makes the perfect summer wreath for your front door!
I always enjoy making my own wreaths. It’s usually more affordable than buying a new one, plus it’s so dang easy anyone can do it. It’s a win win! You can also make your own wreath using garland. Just attach it to the wreath using small pieces of wire (see how I did it in this post). So simple!
Well I hope you enjoyed this quick tutorial for my DIY summer wreath. Thanks so much for stopping by the blog!