This super simple DIY Spring Wreath is easily put together in about 15 minutes. Made with a branch wreath, pink ranunculus spray, burlap ribbon, and a hot glue gun.
DIY Spring Wreath
In this tutorial, I’ll share with you just how I put together this DIY Spring wreath in a matter of minutes.
Most rustic style wreaths can be ultra pricey. I was searching at some of my favorite retailers for some fun new decor for spring.
And wreaths for the front door can range in prices of $25-50 (or more) on average. I like budget friendly projects that I can DIY with my children.
This homemade spring wreath was only $15 and it was super simple. Plus, my young children were able to help!
Don’t worry, I handled all of the hot glue steps!
Related: DIY Embroidery Hoop Wreath
Supplies Needed for this Wreath:
I purchased these supplies at Hobby Lobby. Don’t worry if you don’t have one nearby, you can shop online! Which is what I did.
- Branch Wreath (13”) – this is priced at $9.99. But use the 40% off coupon (print online) and get it for only $5.99!
- Pink Ranunculus Spray – $6.99 … unless you are able to grab yours during the floral sale! I missed it. I also only used one and cut the flowers and some of the leaves off before placing on the wreath.
- Burlap Ribbon (2” wide) – this was priced at $3.99 and I was able to get it during the wedding sale for 50% off, so only paid $1.99.
- Wire Cutters
- Hot Glue gun & glue
How do you hang a wreath?
I used burlap ribbon to hang the wreath and created a simple loop. Begin by determining how long you want your ribbon to be and cut.
I then folded the ends in half and then used my hot glue gun to hold it together.
Below are images from another wreath project that I put together. But you can see how simple it is to create a loop to hang the wreath.
For this spring wreath, I used a much longer loop than is pictured below.
Spring Wreath Tutorial
I put together these simple printable instructions for you to make your own farmhouse rustic inspired wreath.