Today is a good day to share this fun BOHO Spring Wreath!
Spring is right around the corner, friends, and I was itching to do something springy finally. The trees are just starting to bloom around here, and that’s already putting me in a good mood! Don’t you just LOVE spring? Ghaw! My favorite season! So today I joined forces with some other blogger friends to get you into the spring-y mood as well. Krista from The Happy Housie sent me an invite to join her fun blog hop, and I couldn’t say no.
This wreath is as easy as it gets! I used items from around the house. I have this old grapevine wreath from very long time ago that I usually use to make my seasonal DIY wreaths. Like this one here.
- grapevine wreath
- faux flowers from the dollar store
- florist wire
- cotton cord or yarn
I did not plan on covering the entire wreath, just half of it.
As a first step, I secured the cotton ropes I cut to the same size ( an arm’s length) onto the wreath with the Larks Head Knot. Then I continued to add all the pieces I cut off. ( I added I about 16 strings- about 32 peices once they hang double after tied.)
You can entirely skip the next step but if you feel more crafty and adventures, be sure to check my Macrame knots tutorial to learn how to do the basic macrame knots.
Then after my cotton ropes were knotted, I started adding the faux florals.
Get creative and mix and match colors and add fun fresh or faux florals to your wreath! You will love it!
As the last step I shaped up my cotton ropes a little bit, and it was all done!
I sometimes like to keep things simple, and it works. This wreath was super easy to make but it if it is not for you, be sure to check out my talented friends’ creations!
And today I’m super excited to be joined by an amazingly talented group of my blogging friends who are also sharing their DIY Spring Wreath tutorials!
So much talent here! Pin it for later to come back and try new ones – and never get tired of your front door decor!
Want to make mine? Make sure to pin it too!
Hope you are getting ready for warm weather like I am! I can’t wait to get outside and tackle a few fun projects there. Stay tuned!