Spring has sprung! This adorable and fast spring wreath welcomes you home, and you can make it in less than 5 minutes, I promise. Eucalyptus garland and a misshapen grapevine garland wreath are a perfect pair for a spring wreath, with a base that will carry you through seasons!
Let it be known, at this moment – 9:12 pm EST, March 29th, 2018, Lancaster-ish Pennsylvania – I have my windows open. Andrew is late-night BBQing (this is my real life), and I am writing this while listening to all the glorious night sounds we have out here. Different frogs, crickets, and – fresh to my ears tonight – the peepers are peeping their hearts out. I haven’t noticed their songs yet this year, so I’m pretty sure spring is literally springing.
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Today was so warm, so I took the opportunity to take all the winter decor down, clean up the porch a bit, and swapped my winter greenery wreath for a new spring wreath. I steamed my siding with this (did you see these flower pots!?), ditched the antique sled with ice skates, and baskets of greenery left from Christmas.
I’m enjoying the simplicity of my porch, and the house only wearing a sweet spring wreath, made in literally 5 minutes, with a grapevine garland, eucalyptus garland, and ribbon. This video is crazy sped up, but I assure you, my original video was 4 minutes 51 seconds from start to finish, which includes a now-edited-out kid interruption.
All you need to do, is literally wrap. the. garland. around. the. form. I am not kidding when I tell you a eucalyptus wreath from most craft stores is going to run you a lot of dollars, even with a coupon.
Grab a garland like this one with a 40% off Hobby Lobby coupon, a $4 wreath form like this one, and just lay it down, and tuck the greenery or flowers or whatever, into the grapevines. There are grapevine wreath forms, and then there’s grapevine garlands. The garland you can take it apart and use it as a garland/swag, but I decided to leave it together because I loved the funky shape it had. This originally hung plain with a pretty ribbon like this crochet lace or this sweet burlap, then I added greens for winter/Christmas, and now this eucalyptus.
Wrap, tuck, wrap, tuck. Then put your ribbon on it, hang it up and fluff it out.
I’m so tired of home decor being convoluted. No one in their right mind needs to spend a ton of money on a wreath, I don’t care how handy you are or aren’t… you can make this. Or even this greenery wreath, which I made the exact same way on a grapevine wreath form for our kitchen cabinets.
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