Spring is here! I wanted to show you a quick little makeover I did with my spring wreath. Last fall, I showed you how I turned my spring wreath into a fall wreath. This spring, I was getting a little tired of my wreath, so I went to the dollar tree to see if they had anything to spruce it up a bit. I found some wonderful spring blooms that were full and soft looking. I purchased three bunches costing me a total of $3.
Here is the wreath I started with. This one was gifted to me from my lovely sister-in-law, but I’ve seen similar ones at Homegoods for about $20. I love how simple this wreath is and it is a perfect base for adding on to!
Here are the three bunches of flowers I purchased at the dollar tree! I went with a few different color tones. It doesn’t take much to make a huge improvement on your wreath.
I began cutting the flowers with a wire cutter trying to leave a few inches of stem and some of the greenery on each stem.
After you have all of your blooms cut, stick each flower into the wreath making sure it gets into the actual base of the wreath. My wreath was wrapped with wire, so I found little places to stick the stem under the wire.
Here you can see a close up of the stem being secured into the wire of the wreath.
Keep adding flowers, working your way around the wreath. I kept the blooms facing the same direction around the wreath, because it felt more natural that way. You can always take them out and move them around to get the look you want.
I just love how full this wreath looks! For only a few dollars you can take something you already have and make it feel new again! I’ve already received many compliments on my “new” wreath. I hope this inspires you to makeover your own wreath.