Decor

Easy Spring and Summer Wreath!

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I’m always on the hunt for easy and affordable wreaths! For years I’ve stuck with my basic combo of grapevine wreaths, Dollar Tree signs and wired ribbon. I decided to try something new this year and picked up a rattan basket from Hobby Lobby!

I got this one during the 40% Spring Shop sale, so it was only $6. I also like this one with the rectangle shaped basket!

My stash of Dollar Tree flowers came in handy. I grabbed several bunches and snipped most of them into individual stems. Adding one tall grassy stem in the back filled it out and gave that extra height I wanted.

The wired ribbon and bow (also from Dollar Tree) is secured on the basket with some hidden jute, so there’s not even a need for the hot glue gun! This door is opened and closed often, but the basket is full enough that the flowers haven’t shifted much at all.

Tulips would have also been pretty for spring. I think this will be an easy way to change up my door decor this summer – I might swap the bright colors out for hydrangeas or something more neutral later on in the season.

More Spring and Summer Wreath Ideas:

Thanks for stopping by the blog today! I hope you’re having a lovely week!

12 thoughts on “Easy Spring and Summer Wreath!

  1. So cute, Whitney! I love the pink and green together! I just hung up my homemade wreath that I made last summer!

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  2. So, so pretty! I love your color combination. I’ve never thought of a basket wreath, but I’m going to look for one thanks to you!

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  3. I love basket wreaths! I have a basket of tulips on my front door right now. Yours looks really pretty.

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