Make this easy, DIY spring wreath for your front door. The choices for artificial flowers, succulents, ribbons are endless, thus the hard part is choosing your floral supplies. I have been swooning over those metal hoop wreaths so I am going to use the metal form for my spring wreath. My new front door wreath is going to be so welcoming this spring.
However, the metal hoops only come in one color (gold) and that is not the color I wanted so I decided I would give it a little color makeover with some spray paint.
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Spring Hoop Wreath
Spring is just around the corner and I am ready to celebrate by making a gorgeous easy spring wreath DIY. get started creating a masterpiece.
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The first step is to gather all your supplies.
- Spray paint
- Metal hoop wreath form
- Flower bouquet
- Eucalyptus silk
- Floral wire
- Wire cutters
- Zip tie
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The rose gold spray paint is perfect with the peonies and eucalyptus, by the way, I adore peonies. I created another wreath with peonies together with wood split balls and I think you would like that one too read about that one here.
Allow the paint to dry for a few hours, in the meantime cut your floral bouquet (artificial flowers) apart.
Assembling the Wreath
The next step is to plan your wreath assembly, with attention to the center solder seam as the starting point.
After finding the center solder seam start arranging the eucalyptus with the wire ends facing the center seam. Furthermore, adding more greenery to both sides in a mirrored design.
Once you are satisfied with the placement of the greenery the next step is to cut a piece of floral wire about 12″ long. With one hand pinch together the greenery and using the other hand to wrap the wire around the ends of the floral to secure the greenery into a bundle leaving a long tail of wire for the time being.
After you have both sides of the greenery bundled then attach them to the metal hoop form on either side of the center seam. You can mix up your greenery, as a result, you achieve your own unique look. Once I was satisfied with the greenery placement I used a zip tie on each of the greenery bundles to secure tightly.
I used the floral from an artificial flower bridal bouquet, for the most part, in addition, I added green berries from another floral bush, thus saving money since I get both greenery and flowers in the bouquet. The easiest way to attach the flowers is with a little hot glue and wire.
These fluffy blush peonies are romantic and fresh and they are the perfect complaint to the mixed greens. Just for fun, I added a cotton striped ribbon to hang my wreath.
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Easy DIY wood bead wreath with peonies and succulents.
You might also enjoy the tutorial about the vintage chippy door the wreath is displayed on I made into a modern farmhouse chalkboard see how here.
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