Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Spring Wreath

I hope it is feeling a little more like Spring in your area.  We had a fantastically beautiful weekend and the weather finally seems to be getting a little warmer. 
I wanted to update our front door wreath with something a bit more cheerful.  After Christmas I usually just put up my plain grapevine wreath with our family monogram on the front.  Its simple and easy and could be used anytime year round. 
But for Spring and Easter season I like something with a little more color and something that is a bit more seasonal. 
I updated my old Spring grapevine wreath with Easter eggs by just removing those and revamped the wreath with flowers and a cute Spring sign.
Spring Wreath
I found these beautiful ranunculus flowers at Michaels Crafts at 1/2 off and they made the perfect pop of color for what I had in mind.  The branches I already had on hand.  I found the little tags at Target in the dollar spot and hot glued those to twine and strung them across the wreath for a simple spring sign.  The best thing about this is once we get in to Summer I can remove the Spring sign easy and use this wreath well into the warmer months.  
I love using grapevine wreaths, they are so easy to decorate and change out.  They give you a natural feel and are great seasonally.  I just cut the stems on the flowers and stuck them in the wreath, very easy.  I highly recommend having a few grapevine wreaths in different sizes on hand.  You can find them at any craft store.

On another note, I wanted to pass along a new company I learned of,  Patience Brewster.  They offer whimsical designs and are best known for their ornaments.  Check them out online if you have time.  Patience Brewster Online 

Hope you have a wonderful week!


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