INSIDE: How to make an easy, pretty faux flower blossoms springtime wreath. Add green shamrock clovers for DIY spring St. Patrick’s Day door wreath.
One of the best parts of crafting is reusing a project from the past. Case in point: a $2 plastic tablecloth wreath from Christmas. I ripped off all things red, green and white and was left with an awesome green wreath base. Enter a new set of holidays, like Spring and St. Patrick’s Day.
Armed with some pretty faux flower blossoms (read: no stems to destroy your scissors on), I quickly remade a jolly Christmastime wreath into a blossoming Springtime wreath. And the best part? No spring flower allergies!
How to Make Easy, Pretty Flower Blossoms Springtime Wreath
As mentioned, the base of this wreath started with some plastic tablecloths I picked up at my local dollar store…
how to make flower blossoms springtime wreath
Poke the faux flower blossom heads into the wreath form. It may help to use a pencil or small screwdriver to make a pilot hole.
See how fast and easy this is?!
Once complete, hang with a pretty grosgrain ribbon or wreath hook.
how to make pretty st. patrick’s day door wreath
Add a couple of shamrock clovers and you’ve got yourself a lucky St. Patrick’s Day wreath without having to take anything off the door!
Other Spring Decor You May Like:
- “Fake” the age of plastic flower pots with paint and sanding stone
- Turn a vintage candelabra into a garden planter
- Use astro turf to make a fun and colorful outdoor pillow
- Use a large tin can as a DIY photo vase for spring
Other St. Patrick’s Day Projects:
- Rainbow ribbon four leaf clover door hanger
- “Lucky” rainbow felt St. Patrick’s Day garland
- Green yarn wreath from St. Patrick’s Day shamrock headbands