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Easy Spring Wreath

Embrace the vibrant beauty of the season with a blossoming wreath that captures the essence of spring. Delicate petals in various shades of pink, yellow, and white intertwine gracefully, creating a stunning display of nature's artistry. Each flower is meticulously handcrafted, ensuring that every petal and leaf is perfectly placed to evoke a sense of freshness and renewal. The wreath is adorned with tiny buds and sprigs of greenery, symbolizing the awakening of life after the long winter slumber. Hang this exquisite wreath on your front door or in your living space, and let its enchanting allure welcome the season of new beginnings into your home. Each flower is meticulously crafted to capture its unique charm, ensuring that the wreath is a true work of art. As the gentle breeze rustles through the wreath, it carries with it the sweet scent of blooming flowers, filling the air with a sense of serenity and happiness. Hang this delightful wreath on your door or use it as a centerpiece, and let it transport you to a world of springtime bliss.

What you need:

Embroidery Hoop

Yarn Bee Chunky Knit Yarn in Blush

Hot Glue

Faux Flowers

Ribbon

How to:

Step One.

Start by disconnecting the inside and the outside of the embroidery hoop so that you have two hoops. Set one aside for another day.

Step Two.

Find the end of your yarn and hot glue it in place to your embroidery hoop. Next up, start wrapping your embroidery hoop until all sides are covered, then hot glue the end down once fully wrapped.

Step Three.

Next, I add my flowers by hot gluing them in place over the seams where the yarn meets and is already hot glued down. I added one stem of flowers to the right and another to the left, carefully spreading them out and layering them on the wreath.

Step Four.

Finally, I add a bow. I really like adding an unexpected ribbon to the wreath to make it pop, so I chose this black and white ribbon with kind of a simple farmhouse look. To make your ribbon, I start by pulling out about 12-18 inches of ribbon, then taking each end and bringing it to the enter to make a flat loop. I hot glue it in the center. Then I cut a smaller 5 inch piece and fold it in half and I wrap it around the center of the loop I just created to create the bow. Finally, I got two longer pieces and glue them to the back of my bow to create the “tails” of the bow. It’s really quite simple once you de-construct it a bit and think through how to make it.

The whole wreath took about 25 minutes to make and I just adore it!

 

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