It’s only been a couple of months since I last replaced the wreath on our door, but signs of spring are definitely here.
I hadn’t decided what to do, maybe tidy up last year’s spring wreath (you can read about that here!), but at our church a couple of weeks ago they were wanting to get rid of a huge pile of silk flowers. By the time I got over there, they had been raided! But I still managed to find these lovely pink ones and some fake greenery.
I retrieved my willow wreath from the cupboard, very glad that I had not glued on the flowers for my summer wreath (you can read about that one here!) and had just pushed them through the twigs instead.
Here’s how I made it in case you would also like to!
How to Make a Spring Wreath
You Will Need: SIlk flowers and buds, plastic greenery, a willow wreath.
5. I had planned to put a bow in the gap at the bottom, but when I looked in my box of ribbons I didn’t have anything wide enough and the bows I made just looked wrong! So instead I took some of the little white flowers I’d used on the summer wreath, twisted some florists’ wire around them then tucked the ends of the wire into the willow.