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Easy DIY Rustic Spring Wreath (with video)

This DIY Rustic Spring Wreath is the perfect project for your front door to welcome Spring to your home. It’s easy, pretty and inexpensive. Learn how to make it.

If you love Spring as much as I do and also love wreaths, you will so love this Easy Spring Wreath. Not only it’s pretty and easy, but it’s also a low-budget project! I’ll walk you through the process through images and a video.

You might also love these other Spring craft ideas: How to make Felt Flowers Easy and Cute, 3D Butterfly Spring Frame Printable, and 20+ Farmhouse Spring Decor ideas.

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Easy DIY Rustic Spring Wreath Tutorial

I’m super excited today. But first a little confession. It’s been a really crazy busy last few days around here. I don’t know if you feel the same but I need more hours in my days so I can accomplish my to-do list.

Usually, I’m ahead of time with my home’s decor posts, and lately, I barely get them in time when it comes to holidays and seasons.

Anyways, today I’m super happy because I’m crazy in love with my newest wreath creation. After making my pretty and easy DIY Felt Flowers I used them to decorate my Rustic Spring Wreath you are seeing right now!!!!

I wanted to keep a little bit of the farmhouse style in this floral wreath.

I’ve got to be honest. I’m not crazy about summer. I’ll explain later. BUT Spring, Oh Spring! I just love it. Flowers blooming everywhere, trees getting bright green, fresh scent. I just love it. Of course, stop wearing heavy outfits has something to do with it too LOL {wink ;)}

As for summer, well, I don’t have central AC, just a couple of portable ones and trust me on this, spending the day at over 105º is not fun. I do love going to the beach and spending the day at the pool but at the end of the day, I have to go home LOL. So, that’s my truth. How about you?

Hope this fun and pretty project gives you inspiration and sparks your creativity!

Variations and alternatives

If you don’t have or don’t want to use Felt, paper flowers any other type of faux flowers will do the work. This kind of simple spring wreath can look so pretty with tulips, daffodils, hydrangeas, daisies, etc. Any spring flowers will bring this wreath to life.

Wreath form, You can use a foam wreath or even a wire frame wreath instead of the grapevine frame. All of them can be found at a dollar store. But you would need to cover it first with a pretty ribbon or burlap if you want to keep it rustic.

Decorations, If you want to add additional decorations or add more color, you can use butterflies, greenery, burlap bow, easter decorations, etc..

How to make this Easy DIY Rustic Spring Wreath

Let’s start!

Supplies:

  • Felt Flowers and leaves (you can use other type of faux flowers too)
  • Grapevine Wreath
  • Green felt
  • Twine
  • Burlap ribbon
  • Hot glue gun
  • “Home” wood sign.
    *White Spray Paint Optional if your sign isn’t white like mine.

Wreath Instructions:

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Check out the video tutorial I prepared for you. However, if you are more of a read-and-see-photos kind of person, then just scroll down and keep reading.

The first thing you need to do if make as many felt flowers as you want to use on your spring wreath. You can check out my felt flowers tutorial here.

Prepping your Felt flower arrangement

Once you have the felt flowers ready, using your wreath as your base trace on green felt the shape of the space you want to decorate on your wreath.

tracing the shape of the wreath on a green felt

Cut it off and let’s start.

the green felt backing cut

I started with both ends by gluing some leaves on each. This is optional, you can start however you like.

Applying hot glue to 3 green felt leaves
3 leaves glued to the green felt backing

Then make your composition over the green felt base. Arrange your felt flowers as you love. Just play around with the flowers and leaves.

Showing the look of the yellow felt flower

Once you are happy with your opposition, start gluing each flower in place. Also, apply some glue between flowers on the touching sides.

Gluing the yellow felt flower
Gluing the white felt flowers

Then glue the leaves every now and then where you had planned it.

gluing the green leaves in between felt flowers

Assembling the rustic wreath

Now you have your bouquet. Place them on the wreath and make sure everything fits and looks as you like.

Testing the felt flower bouquet on the Rustic Spring Wreath.

Place your sign right above the bouquet and make sure you like how it looks. Adjust placement if needed.

Placing and presenting the items on the grapevine wreath to create composition

Since I like to re-invent my wreath for every season or holiday, I never use hot glue or anything permanent to affix things to the wreath. I rather use twine, yarn, even wire but nothing that would damage the wreaths. It makes taking it apart and making another one so much easier!

So, once you are happy with your wreath so far, cut some strips of twine (I used 5 in total).

Showing a pieve of twine that will be used

Turn over your bouquet and glue one strip of twine on each end and another one on the center.

Gluing the twine with hot glue to the back of the bouquet
Securing the twine with a small piece of felt
All 3 strands of twine glued to the back of the felt bouquet.

I covered each glued twine strip with a piece of the same green felt to make it stronger.

Place your wreath on the back of the bouquet and tie a bow with each twine strip.

making a knot on the back of the wreath

Turn it over and place your “Home” sign where you want it and with 2 strips of twine tie it on the back like you did the bouquet. I used the holes on the “H” and the “e” to insert the twine.

passing the twine through teh 2 holes on the letter e of "Home"
inserting the twine throuigh the letter to secure it on the wreath
securing the wood sign on the back with twine

There you go!

The Rustic Spring Wreath is finished

You are only one step closer to be ready!

Hanging the Spring wreath

Use your burlap ribbon to hang your wreath on your door!!!!

me hanging the Rustic Spring Wreath on the door

That’s it!

The Rustic Spring Wreath haging on the door

I’m in love with my wreath, hope you like it too.

Easy DIY Rustic Spring Wreath

If you love Spring as much as I do and also love wreaths, you will so love this Easy DIY Rustic Spring Wreath. Easy, pretty and on a busget!

Keyword diy wreath, felt craft, felt flowers, spring, spring craft, spring wreath
Prep Time 15 minutes
Making felt Flowers 30 minutes
Total Time 1 hour
Servings 1

Ingredients

  • 10-12 Felt Flowers and leaves
  • 1 Grapevine Wreath
  • 1 Green felt
  • Twine as needed
  • 1 yard Burlap ribbon
  • Hot glue bars as needed
  • 1 “Home” Cut-out wood sign.
  • 1 White Spray Paint *Optional if your sign isn’t white like mine.

Instructions

  1. Using your wreath as your base trace the shape of the space you want to decorate on your wreath.
  2. Cut it off and Let’s start.
  3. I started with both ends by gluing some leaves on each. This is optional, you can start however you like.
  4. Then make your composition over the green felt base. Arrange your Felt flowers as you love and in a way you will remember. Just play around with the flowers and leaves.
  5. Once you are happy with your opposition, start gluing each flower in place. Also apply some glue between flowers on the touching sides.
  6. Then glue the leaves every now and then where you had planed it.
  7. Now you have your bouquet. Place them on the wreath and make sure everything fits and looks as you like.
  8. Place your sign right above the bouquet and make sure you like how it looks. Adjust placement if needed.
  9. Since I like to re-invent my wreath for every season or holiday, I never use hot glue or anything permanent to affix things to the wreath. I rather use twine, yarn, even wire but nothing that would damage the wreaths. It makes taking it apart and making another one so much easier!
  10. So, once you are happy with your wreath so far, cut some strips of twine (I used 5 in total).
  11. Turn over your bouquet and glue one strip of twine on each end and another one on the center.
  12. I covered each glued twine strip with a piece of the same green felt to make it stronger.
  13. Place your wreath over the back of the bouquet and tie a bow with each twine strip.
  14. Turn it over and place your “Home” sign where you want it and with 2 strips of twine tie it on the back like you did the bouquet. I used the holes on the H and the e to insert the twine.
  15. There you go!
  16. You are only one step closer to be all ready!
  17. Use your burlap ribbon to hang your wreath on your door!!!!
General and full view of the Rustic Spring Wreath
Closeup or the center of the Rustic Spring Wreath
View of the left half of the Rustic Spring Wreath with the Home wood sign and felt flowers
Closup of the Felt flowers on the right side of the Rustic Spring Wreath

Some other diy Spring wreath ideas I love form my favorite bloggers

If you like my rustic spring wreath, don’t forget to PIN and share in on your social media channels

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Want another super cute and easy rustic wreath idea? Check out Kari’s Rustic Spring Wreath project over at Living and Crafting.

If you enjoyed this Easy DIY Rustic Spring Wreath project, you might also love these too:

How to make Easy and Cute Felt Flowers
Easy 3D Butterfly Spring Frame Art + Free Printable
DIY Reversible Rustic Easter Bunny Butt Wood Sign Tutorial

Til' next time...

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