Creating seasonal wreaths can get expensive. The total cost for my burlap spring wreath was under $7. Last summer I made sure to buy an extra pool noodle for $1, planning ahead for my spring wreath. I bought a roll of burlap ribbon from Hobby Lobby when it was 50% off and one package of eggs with raffia from the $1 area at Target. The flowers and green burlap were from previous projects. I already had the tape and glue gun. Add all that up and it’s in my budget, $7!
I used duct tape to create the circle wreath.
I used tape to hold the burlap and started wrapping. If you overlap the ribbon about half way over itself, you won’t be able to see the pool noodle underneath. I kept wrapping until I ran out of ribbon. This was totally unplanned, but I went with it. I cut 2 strips from some green burlap that I have in my tiny stash of fabric. I used a florist pin to connect the burlap. And I continued my wrapping pattern.
The wreath is completely wrapped. I separated the small pink flowers and used hot glue and florist pins to position the flowers and raffia to create the design that I was going for.
The green burlap created a perfect background, running out of the burlap ribbon was a Happy Accident!
I used 3 eggs, 3 flowers and positioned the pink flowers on both sides of the nest.
I created the top bow with more pieces of the green burlap.
What’s on your door for spring?