With it now being the end of March and officially Spring, I have decided it is time to start getting the Spring decor done. I was in the mood to make a super fun wreath with bright spring colors.
I went to Michael's and got grapevine wreath. It cost me $4.99. I totally thought it was going to be more when going, but I was surprised at how inexpensive they were! I also got a can of spray paint to make it bright for spring. I got the color Blue Ocean Breeze. After a few coats of paint (I used the whole can- I just wanted to make sure it was bright and that I got most everything that you can see since there are wholes all in the wreath) here is the transformation.
This past December I went to Joann's to get some things to put on my Christmas wreath. I found a bunch of sparkly flowers and leaves and all cute little nic nacs on clearance! They had a few things that were bright colors that reminded me of spring so I bought a few flowers and leaves to use on a spring craft. Well this was the perfect one for them! So I added those on:
Next, I made a spring banner to put on it:
I cut out 6 triangles with scrapbook paper.
Then I cut out the word "SPRING" in white vinyl on my cricut. I used the font Lima Bean found HERE. I put each letter on a triangle.
Next, I glued the triangles to some white ribbon using a hot glue gun.
Then I glued that to the wreath using the hot glue gun. I also added a ribbon around the top of the wreath so I could hang it up.
Here is what it looks like all done:
I just love how it turned out!! It is so fun and bright for spring!
(Because I took it out in the sunlight it is really hard to see the letters on the lime green paper. It really is not hard to see them in person!)
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