I had been wanting to add a new Spring Wreath to my entry door and it dawned on me that I had a flower garland that would make a perfect wreath.
The tools needed were minimal. Just wire pliers and twisty ties (I used some green ones that I bought to tie up some raspberry bushes a few years ago).
The first thing I did was form the garland into a pleasing oval shape and then used the twisty ties to anchor the garland together where it overlapped.
Then I cut off the excess tie and tucked it into the wreath.
Here’s what it looked like from the front. A bit disheveled.
So I “fluffed” up the flowers and shaped them into a pleasing wreath shape.
I’m so happy with the way it turned out and it was something I already had so it didn’t cost me a thing! I love it when things work out that way.
Now my front door is all set for Spring – complete with a “brand new” wreath. I worked on the rest of the entry deck today. Washed everything up from the winter weather and added some new flowers to a couple of my containers. Will be posting pictures soon.
Happy Spring (finally!)
I’m linking to:
- Metamorphosis Monday – Between Naps on The Porch
- Good Life Wednesdays – A Beach Cottage
- Open House Party Thursdays – No Minimalist Here