DIY Easy Spring Wreath with Burlap Ribbon

Good morning and happy Spring FINALLY!!!


We are going to talk about the easiest spring wreath EVER in just a minute but I want to announce the winner of The Exodus Road giveaway from our Wednesday Reads series. And the winner is…


Congratulations are in order for Bette! So Bette go check your inbox and I’ll get this gift in the mail to you right away. And thank you so much for being here and reading along!


We don’t usually decorate too much for spring around here other than a few fresh flowers but I had a grapevine wreath laying around that I bought from Goodwill for $.99 so I thought I would try my hand at a simple wreath. It’s actually so easy that it doesn’t even warrant a full tutorial and I forgot to take a before picture of the wreath, oops!

The wreath I started with was similar to this:

grapevine wreath


I had some burlap ribbon leftover from Christmas decorations that I wrapped around the wreath. I was going to use my glue gun to secure the ribbon at each end but I decided to use glue dots instead so I could remove the ribbon easily to use another time.



I found these three flowers on clearance at Target for $.50 each so I scooped them up without the wreath in mind at the time. They have a sticky back on them so I stuck them on the wreath in a cluster.

{Sorry for the horrible pic but I was working at night and using my iPhone :)}




I doubt the flowers will hold for long with just the sticky back so if need be I will use the glue dots or a dab of hot glue to secure them.



For some reason I’m really loving how simple it looks. What do you think, easiest wreath ever?

Total project cost: $2.49…what?!?!?

I don’t know if it’s the season or what but there is so much going on! I’ll be back tomorrow for Wednesday Reads and a little announcement on Thursday so stay tuned!


I am linking this post up with The Blissful Bee and several other awesome ladies for the Work it Wednesday link party so don’t forget to head on over and check out all the fantastic projects this week!


I am also linking up with Ruth from Living Well Spending Less’ Thrifty Thursday and the Liz Marie Blog’s Inspire Me Please parties so check out those projects too!

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