Easy DIY Rustic Spring Wreath (with video)

If you love Spring as much as I do and also love wreaths, you will so love this Easy DIY Rustic 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.

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 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 Felt Flowers I used them to decorate my Rustic Spring Wreath you are seeing right now!!!!

Easy DIY Rustic Spring Wreath

How to make this Easy DIY Rustic Spring 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 100º 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?

Ok, ok, to the point of this exciting post.

Want to see how easily I put together this Rustic Spring Wreath?

Let’s start!

Supplies:

  • Felt Flowers and leaves (Check out how I made mines)
  • 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.

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.

Using your wreath as your base trace the shape of the space you want to decorate on your wreath.

Cut it off and Let’s start.

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

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

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

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

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

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