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How to Make a Spring Wreath | Simple Hoop Wreath

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 that I will use the metal form for my spring wreath. My new front door wreath is going to be so welcoming this spring.

Easy Hoop Wreath

Easy Hoop Wreath

The DIY Hoop Wreath is perfect in our bedroom

The DIY Hoop Wreath is perfect in our bedroom.

The wreath is perfect hung over our DIY Blanket Ladder you can see how to build one in this earlier post HERE.

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.

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To spray paint the metal wreath form, I used a floral wire to hang it in a tree, making it effortless to paint.

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Spray painting the wreath hoop

Spray painting the wreath hoop 

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 to read about one here. 

Allow the paint to dry for a few hours; in the meantime, cut your floral bouquet (artificial flowers) apart.

Hoop Wreath Form, flower bouquet, florist supplies, spray paint

Hoop Wreath Form, flower bouquet, florist supplies, spray paint

 

Assembling the Wreath

The next step is to plan your wreath assembly, with attention to the center solder seam as the starting point.

Find the center solder seam

Find the center solder seam

After finding the center solder seam, start arranging the eucalyptus with the center seam’s wire ends. Furthermore, adding more greenery to both sides in a mirrored design.

Start at the center seam adding eucalyptus and silk flowers

Start at the center seam adding eucalyptus and silk flowers to your floral hoop wreath

Once you are satisfied with the greenery placement, the next step is to cut a floral wire piece about 12″ long. With one hand, pinch together the greenery and use the other hand to wrap the wire around the floral ends to secure the greenery into a bundle leaving a long tail of wire for the time being.

Bundling the greenery

Bundling the greenery

After you have both sides of the greenery bundled, 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.

Attaching the greenery bundle with wire

Attaching the greenery bundle with wire

Adding the Flowers

I used the floral from an artificial flower bridal bouquet; for the most part, I added green berries from another floral bush, saving money since I got both greenery and flowers in the bouquet. The easiest way to attach the flowers is with a little hot glue and wire.

Adding peonies to the hoop form

Adding peonies to the hoop form

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.

Peonies and eucalyptus

Peonies and eucalyptus

I wanted to share another photo of our bedroom makeover. If you would like to see the complete reveal, you can find that HERE. The wingback DIY headboard, bedding, and no-sew curtains are a few of our favorite projects. The hoop wreath is to the right, just past the plant hung over the blanket ladder.

Bedroom Makeover Reveal

Bedroom Makeover Reveal

Bed with Pillows and Handmade Tray

Bed with Pillows and Handmade Tray

Some other updates were nightstands got a makeover, new flooring, a shiplap feature wall, new lighting, and replaced the old windows. Our daughter, Olivia, made the gorgeous wood and resin tray; see how she made it HERE.

You might also enjoy:

Easy DIY wood bead wreath with peonies and succulents.

Peony and wood bead wreath

Peony and wood bead wreath

You might also enjoy the tutorial about the vintage chippy door the wreath is displayed on. I made it into a modern farmhouse chalkboard see how here.

Farmhouse screen door chalkboard

Farmhouse screen door chalkboard

 

I have been busy finishing my daughter’s bedroom makeover, and I wanted to invite you to join me as I craft, sew, and build my way to making over my daughter’s Romantic Boho Chic bedroom transformation. I promise you will love everything we are doing on a tight budget with a ton of DIY’s so join us as we get swept away into a romantic Boho room transformation. Have you been dreaming of a magazine-worthy home? But don’t know where to start?

Thank you so much for your visit.

See you soon,

Kippi

 

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Marilyn

Friday 16th of April 2021

Thank you for sharing at #OverTheMoon. We appreciate your shares. They have been Tweeted Pinned. Have a lovely week. I hope to see you at next week’s party too! Please stay safe and healthy. Come party with us at Over The Moon! Catapult your content Over The Moon! @marilyn_lesniak @EclecticRedBarn

Allison

Tuesday 6th of April 2021

So elegant and you made it look so easy, that's my kind of DIY! I'm so eager to try this one soon. Thanks for sharing it!

Kelsey

Monday 8th of March 2021

Hi Kippi, How do you get asymmetric hoop wreaths to stay off center when you hang them rather than the flower portion swinging to the bottom. Does that make sense? Thanks!!

Kippi

Sunday 4th of April 2021

Thank you so much for your visit today. I know what you mean. The weight of the wreath does not want to hang asymmetrically. I used a balancing act to hang this one, but you could use a glue spot in the ribbon to hold it in place. Have a wonderful day, Kippi

Barbara at Mantel and Table

Monday 18th of January 2021

This is so beautiful and springy, Kipi! Thanks for the great tutorial - love the clothespin trick too! Hope you have a lovely week!

Kippi

Sunday 4th of April 2021

Thank you so much for your visit today. Have a great week, Kippi

Chloe

Wednesday 17th of June 2020

Kippi, this is so lovely and delicate. Thanks so much for sharing over on Blogtalk 2.0, I will be sharing this on my blog!

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