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Easy DIY Rustic Spring Wreath

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


  • 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.


  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!!!!