Even though the beginning of March is part of winter, I always have spring fever as soon as we get past February. I look forward to spring all winter long, and as soon as the calendar hits March, I feel like we’ve made it!
To welcome the change of seasons, one of the first things I do is update our front door wreath.
I found a fun chevron patterned burlap ribbon at Hobby Lobby that spurred this year’s spring wreath for our front door. My front door makeover last fall was all about presenting a cheery welcome to our home, and I thought this ribbon was perfect.
While at Hobby Lobby, I also bought an 18-inch wire wreath form and a few stems of purple silk flowers to complete my wreath. Best of all, everything was on sale. My total for the materials was just over $13. I love the Hobby Lobby sales!
I wrapped the burlap ribbon around the wreath form in overlapping layers and used clear packing tape to hold it together in the back. I decided not to hot glue anything in case I wanted to change up the look after a while.
After clipping the stems down, I arranged and inserted the flowers into the ribbon layers. Everything has been staying in place just fine without glue, and I like having the option to revamp the wreath later if I want.I used a smaller chevron-patterned ribbon to hang the wreath on the door, but I thought it needed something else.
I found a monogram letter that I bought a few months ago but had never used. Using the same ribbon, I added a bow and hung the monogram behind the wreath.
Now we’re ready to welcome the change of seasons with this cheery spring wreath!
Are you as excited for spring as I am?
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