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Beaded Spring Wreath

I was in Hobby Lobby the other day checking out all of the new spring decor when I came across the cutest beaded wreath. It was over in the craft section and after using my forty percent off coupon it was less than six dollars! It came in three sizes and I grabbed the middle size and then sprinted over to the floral department to find some spring florals to glue on it. Check out how I did a simple DIY and made my own beaded spring wreath!


Bright colors are my favorite for spring! If you all have been around here anytime at all you know pink is my favorite color, so of course I chose a couple of shades of pink for the wreath. I also chose a pop of yellow and several fun textures. I think it’s important to mention this is the first time I have ever made a wreath. My goal with this one was to use colors I love and have fun.


The first thing I did was wrap the wire of the larges floral bunch around the wreath. I then took the hot glue gun and used glue in a few areas to help hold the flowers in place. I thought it would be easiest to start with the largest stem and then work around it.


Some of the smaller florals I either cut the stems off, or pulled the flower from the stem. I then glued them in different areas of the wreath to help balance everything out and make sure the colors and textures were mixed in evenly.


Do not be afraid to cut the stems and make them the size you want them. Also, don’t be afraid to move things around. There were a couple of times when I had already glued something on and I moved it. Just have fun! There is no right or wrong way to do this. Especially, if you are making it for yourself.

diy spring wreath

One of my favorite things on the wreath are the floral balls. There are two larger ones that are pink and white and then smaller yellow ones. I think they are cute and unique and add some fun to the wreath.


And here is the finished product! What do you think of my beaded spring wreath? It was fun to make and I cannot wait to hand it in my entryway to add some spring colors.



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