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Here’s a quick and simple DIY spring/Easter wreath made using found objects and Dollar Tree flowers.
I like the Scandinavian look – it’s simple and fuss-free. In this DIY I tried to achieve the modern vibe by keeping the color palette and design simple. I spent $3 on this wreath and the rest are from my craft stash.
- 3 bunches of fake plants – I used Geranium + Cat Tails
- cotton twine
- glue gun
- floral wire
- a branch found from my backyard
- Tie the string on each end of the branch of your desired length
- Separate the flowers from the branch
- Play with the arrangement until satisfied
- Use the glue gun and floral wire to attach to the branch
Really simple right? Anything goes.
- Keep it simple – go for monochrome or 2-3 colors max.
- Pick flowers that you love.
- Be sure to check how your branch hangs so that you can glue the flowers properly. I tested mine before hot gluing everything. The branch rolled forward the first try.
- Create a wreath that will last beyond the spring season.
I wanted a wreath that will last until the end of the summer because I don’t want to keep changing it. I always try to incorporate minimalism philosophies in all aspect of my life and decorating is no exception.
Here are some similar items I found on the Dollar Tree website. You can have your order shipped to the Dollar Tree store near you for free.