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Easy to Make Spring Wreath

When I decorated our mantel for spring, an easy to make spring wreath was my first project.

Spring wreath made with a grapevine wreath, greenery, and small daisies

I’m sharing my easy-to-make spring wreath for this month’s Thrifty Style Team project hosted by Julie of Redhead Can Decorate

Don’t miss all of the spring projects shared this month! You’ll find links to visit each project at the end of this post.

Easy to Make Spring Wreath

I love how the wreath that I made looks on my decorated for spring mantel.

Mantel decorated for spring with pink flowers, a green wreath, white candles, and baskets on the fireplace hearth.

The green and white wreath looks so pretty hanging on my antique mirror from the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia.

Gold mirror with a green and white wreath, gold sconces with white candles, floral plates, and pink crepe paper flowers.

To make the wreath, I used a grapevine wreath and faux florals from Michaels.

Spring wreath with greenery and tiny daisies hanging on an antique gold mirror

Faux florals have come a long way in recent years. The greenery and flowers almost look real.

Spring wreath with greenery and tiny daisies hanging on an antique gold mirror

This wreath isn’t just for spring, I can use it for decor through the summer.

Spring wreath with greenery and tiny daisies hanging on an antique mirror

This wreath was so easy to make, let’s see how I made it!

How to Make the Wreath

These are the materials that I used to make the wreath:

  • Grapevine wreath
  • Daisy florals with greenery
  • Wire cutters
  • Hot glue gun
  • Floral wire
Grapevine wreath, faux florals, tin snips, scissors on a workbench

I used a 14″ grapevine wreath because its size was what I needed to make a wreath to hang on my mirror. If you plan to hang your wreath on a door, definitely buy a larger wreath.

When I was in Michaels trying to estimate how many floral bouquets I needed, my estimate was five and I was correct. I purchased six because I would rather have too many florals instead of not enough.

Step One – Separate the Flowers from the Greenery

Instead of true wire cutters, I always use these tin snips to cut floral wire. The tin snips are super strong and I can cut through thick floral wire easily.

I cut the bouquet apart, putting the flowers in one area on my workbench and the greenery in another area. I left two bouquets intact in case four would be enough.

Supplies to make an easy spring wreath

Step Two – Add Greenery to the Wreath

The next step was to add greenery to the wreath. I assumed that I would need to use hot glue, but I only needed it for a few spots as I added the greenery. My glue gun holder is a DIY project, check out how to make it here.

Glue gun on a DIY glue gun holder

When positioning the first greenery stem, I realized that by tucking it into the grapevine, it was secure and it didn’t need hot glue.

Adding a sprig of faux greenery to a grapevine wreath

Then I added the second stem and discovered that a dab of hot glue was needed to get it to stay in the exact position that I wanted.

Attaching greenery to a grapevine wreath with hot glue

The wreath looked like this with two stems added.

Grapevine wreath with two sprigs of faux spring greenery

I continued to add greenery, using hot glue where necessary, and I used floral wire in one spot where the hot glue wouldn’t hold the greenery exactly where I wanted it.

Adding a sprig of faux greenery to a grapevine wreath

Soon the wreath was covered in greenery.

Grapevine wreath with faux greenery

Step Four – Add Flowers

The next step was to add flowers to the greenery. I started by pulling off the short section of daisy. Then I used my tin snips to cut the remaining daisy stem to a shorter length.

Faux stems of florals that look like daisies

I started by evenly spacing out daisies on the wreath. The wire ends were easy to tuck into the grapevine. I needed no hot glue for this step.

Daisies and greenery on a grapevine wreath

Next, I added daisies to the outside of the wreath.

Daisies and greenery on a grapevine wreath

I then added daisies to the inside of the wreath. I got so involved with my work that I forgot to take a picture of this step.

Finally, I tucked daisies into any spots that looked bare.

If I was hanging this on a door, the final step (or it could have been the first step) would be make a hanger with floral wire. I didn’t need a hanger because the wreath is hanging on my mirror using a suction cup with a hook.

I love how this looks hanging on my gold mirror.

Spring wreath with greenery and tiny daisies hanging on an antique gold mirror

Now it’s time to enjoy the spring projects that my Thrifty Style Team friends are sharing. Click on the links below to enjoy all of the ideas shared.

15 Thrifty Beautiful Home Decorating Ideas

Redhead Can Decorate – Simple Minty Green Scrunched Tissue Paper Tree
DIY Beautify – Blue and White Decoupage Chargers
2 Bees In A Pod – Painted Frame Makeover
Postcards From The Ridge – Simple Spring Mantel with Milk Glass Vases and Daffodils
The Creek Line House – How to Whitewash a Stone Wall
The How To Home – Easy DIY Paper Bunny Garland
The Tattered Pew – Flea Market Style Spring Centerpiece
Sweet Pea – Easy to make Spring Wreath
What Meegan Makes – Champagne Bucket Spring Floral Arrangement
Cottage At The Crossroads – DIY Bunny Garland
I Should Be Mopping The Floor – DIY Potted Hyacinth Bulbs
Lora B. Create & Ponder – Simple Garden Theme Decor DIY
White Arrows Home – Nautical Candle Holders
Our Crafty Mom – How To Tint Mason Jars With Food Coloring
Chas’ Crazy Creations – How To Stencil On Wood


    1. Thank you so much! I love it on the mirror and I think it will also look great hanging on the brick wall in our sunroom.

  1. Thank you, Paula!! Now I’m wanting to head to Michael’s.๐Ÿ˜ฎ Love this sweet wreath. And, I have an antique mirror it would look great on. Hey!! Enjoy Fredricksburg!!! I LOVE their shops, especially the antique malls. And!!! You have to stop in Gulrick’s for a Egg Cream. ๐Ÿ˜ Have tons of fun!!

      1. We had a great time in Fredericksburg. I didn’t get to enjoy the antique malls as much as I wanted to but my friend scored a set of bowls that she has been looking for, so that was good. We walked by Goolrick’s but didn’t go in. We ate lunch at Sammy T’s and had ice cream at Carl’s. Iwould love to o back to Fredericksburg very soon!

  2. What a beautiful wreath! For a D.I.Y. challenged person like me, itโ€™s ideal. Thanks so much.
    I hope you have a great time in Fredericksburg with your gal pals.
    Have a great weekend,

  3. This is so delicate and pretty, Paula, and I love how it looks on your gold mirror! Also, dang that glue gun holder is awesome. I need to check out the DIY and then make myself one!

  4. This wreath is so dainty and I love the loose look of the greenery. The little flowers add a touch of sweetness and it looks so good hanging from your mirror!

  5. I really like your wreath how your wreath is wispy and light. It is so versatile for any time of year. Thanks for sharing your tutorial, Paula. I hope you are feeling well and have a wonderful week.

  6. Sooo glad you had fun in Fredricksburg. Carl’s is a hotspot ice cream place, so you girls made a great decision there. ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜‹๐Ÿฆ

    1. I also like daisies and I think that I can enjoy displaying this on the mirror over my mantel through summer.

    1. Thank you so much, Leslie! I love how it looks on the mirror and I think I can use it there through summer.

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