DIY: Ribbon Wrapped Spring Wreath

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Remember our Ruffly Paper Spring Wreath from last spring. It’s one of my favorite projects. I really love it. In fact, it sits on my mantle year-round. I just change the flowers to match the season. This year I made a new spring wreath meant to be displayed outside.

I wanted a simple wreath that was pretty but quick to create. All I did was wrap ribbon around a wreath form. That’s it. The result is a beautiful and springy wreath.

DIY projects don’t have to be complicated. It’s important that I share simple projects with YOU. So, you can look at it and say “Yes, I can create this!”

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The materials to make this spring wreath are dark brown ribbon (2 inches wide), flower patterned ribbon (1.5 inches wide), green ribbon (1.5 inches wide), straw wreath form (18 inches), scissors and glue. NOTE: I needed 2 spools of the brown ribbon. One is not enough to cover an 18 inch wreath.

The wreath is a straw-based form and 18 inches. I left the plastic wrapping on it.

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I wrapped the wreath form first in the dark brown ribbon gluing (using a glue gun) at the start and end points. I then added some pop of color using green ribbon and a flower patterned ribbon.

Lastly, I attached a “Happy Spring” sign (already made and purchased from Michaels).

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That’s it. Easy. Now I plan to relax and enjoy an iced coffee outside – as long as the spring-like weather continues. I hope the weather is nice where you live.

Have you made any wreaths lately?

View our other wreaths:

(I’m linking up to I’m Lovin’ It, Weekend Wrap Up Party, Sunday Showcase Party, Made By You Monday, Tip Me Tuesday and The Frugal Girls!)

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