Spring has officially sprung! So, to get into the spirit we’ve come up with an easy and inexpensive diy wreath craft. This gorgeous embroidery hoop wreath combines succulents and silk roses and peonies. We’re loving the softness of the pink flowers and succulents! The best part, this DIY Spring Wreath is so simple to make you could have it done in less than 30 minutes. Seriously! If this easy, beautiful Spring inspired wreath doesn’t get you ready for the season, we don’t know what will.
Spring Wreath How-to:
- Embroidery Hoop, 14 inch or larger
- Silk peonies, silk roses, faux succulents, we found ours at Michael’s
- Floral wire
- Wire cutters
- Hot glue gun
Step 1: We made our Spring embroidery hoop wreath using Pastel and Macarons step by step tutorial, but using different silk flowers and succulents. We started by snipping clusters of the succulents off the branch as well as the buds of the silk flowers with the wire cutters. Once you’ve done that we like to lay the flowers out to get a better visual.
Step 2: Once the greenery is laid out the way you like you can start to hot glue the stems down onto the embroidery hoop.
Step 3: We noticed that the stems were a little heavy so we enforced them with some floral wire. Simply wrap the wire a few times around the stems.
Step 4: Once the greenery was down we started to hot glue the flowers on.
TIP: You can separate the embroidery hoop to have two wreath forms.
That’s it. Easy peasy in a few steps.
If you love this easy DIY project check out our other DIY tutorials for more inspiration!
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