It's really starting to feel like spring here in Seattle and I'm loving it! So naturally, I've busted out all my spring decor and even got the itch to create a new spring wreath for my front door.
It all started with mint mesh. I saw it during one of my many trips to Hobby Lobby and fell in love. I know you typically use this type of material to make more of a flowy wreath, but I actually prefer taking a straw wreath and simply wrapping my fabric around it. Easy peasy. :)
Here is an example of the wreath I used.
Once my wreath was wrapped, I took a small amount of hot glue to seal the end. I chose three different types of flowers to dress up my wreath - gerber daisies, peonies and hydrangeas. I like to lay my flowers out to make sure I get it just the way I want before gluing. Then to work I go!
Don't you just love that bird?!? I found it at Michaels for .39! And I didn't even need to paint it - woot woot!