Spring is here…well, sort of. We’ve had winter temperatures here in Virginia the last few weeks and even had snow flurries this past Saturday (no accumulation, though!). Oh well, that’s not stopping me from getting my spring decor out, although the planting and power washing will have to wait.
If you follow my blog, you may remember the easy interchangeable fall wreath I made several months ago. I found a styrofoam wreath at Michaels, wrapped it in jute twine, and simply added clip-on flowers. That’s it. I’m really not much of a crafty person and although I can operate a drill just fine, I’m not as smooth with a glue gun. This why this type of project is perfect for me.
I was in the mood for pink this season and I love the different shades and sizes Michaels has available.
I removed the fall flowers that were still attached to the wreath and very easily switched them out with the spring flowers! The smaller flowers are just pressed into the styrofoam with the tips of the stems.
See the clips? This project allowed me to be so lazy that I didn’t even cut off the price tag plastic. I know, I know…that’s pretty lazy. I was just excited and couldn’t get this together fast enough.
Super easy to do…especially for a not-so-crafty person like me!
Here’s what it looked like in the fall…
See how easy it is? I just have one wreath and several different colorful flowers to change out.
Have you hung your spring wreath yet? If so, I would love to see it! Please include a link below so my visitors and I can see your project! It doesn’t matter if they’re simple like this one or one that requires more talent and a glue gun. You just might inspire this not-so-crafty person to take on a project like that someday!
Thanks to Michaels for making this project so easy! I love my spring wreath and the pretty shades of pink against my turquoise front door!