It is one of the easiest DIY that you will find to make an Easter decoration. Without lying it takes less than ten minutes to make one of these elegant wreaths.
If you want to make a last-minute Spring decoration, these unique wreaths are perfect to hang on the wall or on your front door.
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You can even create several different wreaths by printing the banners on different colored papers and celebrate the spring in French and Spanish.
You only need a few materials and the printable, which you will find in the library (it’s free, you just have to be registered).
You will find all the detail watching the video and in the tutorial below.
How to make a DIY spring wreath
Supplies you will need to make this easy Easter wreath:
- Embroidery hoop, circular or oval (diameter of 8 in. or less)
- Artificial flowers and leaves
- Colored sheets of paper
- The free banner print (If you already are a member, click HERE for direct access to download your template)
- A glue gun
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Grab some nice colored sheets, download, and print the banners.
The banners come in French, Spanish, and English, you can choose to use one or several to create different wreaths.
Separate the two parts of the embroidery hoop and center the banner on the inner hoop.
I didn’t glue the paper on the hoop, but you can do it if you want to.
Place the external hoop back in place to hold the banner into the embroidery hoop.
Depending on the size of your embroidery hoop, you can choose to cut the extra paper or to keep the banner ends visible.
Remember that the maximum size you can use with this print is an 8in. diameter hoop.
With your glue gun and some artificial flowers to cover the embroidery hoop closure and add a Spring touch to your wreath.
When placing your banner into the hoop, think about where you place the closure as it will determine where you will add the flowers and foliage.
As you can see I made one wreath with the flowers on top and a second one with the flowers on the side.
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My first idea was to use circular embroidery hoops, but my store was out of stock and I didn’t have much option other than buying the oval shapes.
In the end, I think this shape works quite well for an Easter craft as it reminds me of an egg shape. Don’t you agree?
I would love to see your wreath if you decide to give this Easy Spring Wreath a try.
Don’t hesitate to share it in the comments or drop me an email at amaryllis(at)ohohdeco(dot)com. Have fun crafting!
And the last pic, so you can see how the wreaths look in my living room…and how many plants I have.
I need to find new sports to spread my greens around the house or we won’t be able to access the couches.
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