I have a pretty wreath to share with you. This wreath is perfect for summer or spring. It’s cheery, fun and easy to make. It has bright yellow flowers – some are even clip-on flowers which makes it extra easy to put together. Also, you can easily remove all the decorative items on this grapevine wreath to reuse and change the wreath’s look.
The most time consuming part of this DIY wreath is the WELCOME banner (which is optional). But even that is easy to create.
Most of the wreaths I share with you are meant to stay indoors. I plan to hang this cheery wreath on our front door.
The materials I used to make this easy yellow flower wreath are a grapevine wreath, big flower clip-ons, smaller flowers, burlap garland, scrapbook paper, string, Mod Podge Outdoor, foam brush and scissors.
I love the size of the clip-on flowers. It’s big enough to make an impact but not too big so it doesn’t overwhelm.
All I did was attach the clip-on flowers onto a branch on the wreath. That’s it. For the other flowers, I cut it and stuck the stem through the wreath. I then bent the stem in the back to secure it.
I added a WELCOME banner. I had fun scrapbook paper and printed the letters for “welcome” on it. I then cut out each letter.
I glued the letters onto string. I used Mod Podge for outdoors.
I also lightly coated the top of each letter with Mod Podge Outdoor.
I attached the WELCOME banner by tying the string onto the branches.
I also made a burlap bow using leftover burlap garland from another yellow DIY project. I put a pipe cleaner through the back of the bow and attached it to the top of our wreath.
Here’s a closeup view of our wreath. Isn’t it bright and pretty?
Have you made any easy wreaths lately?
See our other similar projects:
- Monogram Burlap Decoration
- Ruffly Paper Spring Wreath
- Summer Pinwheel Wreath
- Ribbon Wrapped Spring Wreath
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