Nothing is more welcoming than a gorgeous spring wreath, simply hanging from a door or as a centrepiece in any room! We can’t think of a better way to say goodbye to the frosty festive season, and hello to the blossoms and sunnier days.
Perfect for Easter, we have made an easy DIY creating this stunning spring wreath wrapped in our copper wire lights for that added extra glow. This easy follow along tutorial allows you to add your own personal touch and create a masterpiece that perfectly suits your style!
If you want to see how we made our spring wreath, check out our YouTube video. All details on what you need with an easy step-by step guide is listed below!
Things you will need:
- Metal Floral Hoop or an Embroidery Ring (we have used a 14” metal wire wreath from Amazon)
- Battery Wire Lights (We used our copper wire lights)
- Foliage (We used faux flowers and lilac foam greenery from Hobbycraft)
- Hot glue gun
- Strong scissors or wire snips
- Ribbon or a door hanger (depending on where you place it)
- Start by wrapping the metal hoop in your chosen wire lights. We found it easier to start at the top of the wire lights, and finish with the battery pack. (TOP TIP – Make sure you test your lights before wrapping!)
- Secure the battery pack in place with the hot glue gun at the bottom of the hoop.
- Our next step is optional- we wrapped the battery pack in some neutral ribbon to make it easier to disguise.
- Trim down the stems of your foliage to make it easier to attach to the hoop.
- Lay out the faux flowers and greenery to create your design before sticking it on.
- Begin attaching the foliage around the battery pack with the hot glue gun.
- We trimmed down some greenery to cover the battery pack.
- Add the faux flowers until you have created your desired look.
- Attach the ribbon or door hanger to the top of your wreath, depending on where you place it.
Wreaths are a 2022 must have! The great thing is, they can be used all year round! The beauty of making it yourself is that you can fully customise it to suit your home and any season, with endless styles to choose from.
If you’ve tried this DIY, then let us know in the comments section, and don’t forget to share your images on Twitter or tag us on Instagram, making sure you use our hashtag #ShareTheJoy – and we’ll share our favourites!
For more home lighting inspiration, and other DIYs, find us over on Pinterest!