Layered Spring Wreath

Hi friends,

Are you looking for a pretty Spring wreath to brighten up your front door? I have super easy Layered Spring Wreath to share with you. You will be surprised at how quickly and easily this wreath comes together with just a few supplies.

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You’ll need 2 foam wreaths – I used 14-inch and 18-inch wreaths, 2 different ribbons (6 yards each) to wrap your wreaths – I used a 2.5-inch pink polka dot and a 1.5-inch blue stripe. You’ll also need 1.5-inch floral pins and any embellishments you want to add to your wreath. I layered some flowers I had in my craft stash, securing them with hot glue, and added a button to the center.

Starting with the larger wreath, pin the end of the wider ribbon to the form with a couple of the pins. Then simply wrap the ribbon tightly around the wreath, slightly overlapping the edges as you go. Secure the end of the ribbon with a couple more pins, making sure it is on the back of the wreath. I started the 2nd spool of ribbon by overlapping the end of the first ribbon and pinning them both together onto the back of the wreath.

Do the same with the smaller wreath and the other ribbon.

Set the smaller wreath on top of the larger wreath. Take a piece of the wider ribbon and wrap it tightly around both wreaths, securing it on the back with pins. Thread a piece of the thinner ribbon under the wider ribbon on top of the larger wreath and tie a knot to make a hanger for your wreath.

Add any embellishments you’d like (I used hot glue to attach my flowers) and your wreath is ready for the front door.

This is such a fun easy way to make a wreath – the color options are truly endless! What will you choose?

Happy Crafting!


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