I love Spring, and I love adding new touches to our front door. I love to make our home more inviting by adding an outdoor wreath, and my favorite time of the year is Spring. I do have to make a terrible admission: I left my Christmas wreath up at my front door until this past week. Yes people, it is March. I know. Even my neighbor begged me to take it down. I finally did, and then I quickly added this beautiful Spring Floral Outdoor Wreath. It’s so bright and inviting, and it screams SPRING.
To make this floral wreath, you will need to grab a few supplies at your local craft store. I added a monogram to mine, but it really looked beautiful all by itself.
- wreath form
- flowers and stems
- monogram letter
- hot glue
To begin, I started by painting a fresh coat of baby pink paint onto my monogram. I wanted something a little subtle, so this baby pink was the perfect color. I also started out with painting so it would be dry by the time I finished up with my wreath.
I then started placing all of my greenery onto the wreath. Rather than hot glue, them into place, I just worked them into the branchy vines of the wreath form.
It was then time to add the Hydrangea flowers to the wreath. I love Hydrangea, and have made a few wreaths with it before. It’s one of my favorite flowers to use. I used snippers to trim up the flowers.
Spring Floral Outdoor Wreath
I then added them into the greenery that is already incorporated into the wreath form.
I probably could have left my monogram alone and added it to the wreath and been finished, but I decided it needed something more. Something fun. Something like polka dots. Green polka dots.
Once I was sure I wanted to keep the monogram, I just took my hot glue gun and made sure it had a permanent place on my wreath. I then took it outside and added it to my front door.
I really love how it looks, and it is much better than having my Christmas wreaths still up in March. Ha!
Don’t you just love a good Spring Floral Outdoor Wreath with a fun polka dot monogram? I know I do! It’s even beautiful without the monogram. I hope you enjoyed this easy tutorial and add a little front door decor to your home this Spring.