How to Make a Fresh Spring Wreath for Your Front Door (Tutorial)

 

Don’t you love the look of a fresh spring wreath on your front door? Me too!

Fresh garden wreaths are such a wonderful way to welcome in Spring!

But I want to let you in on a little secret.

Ready? Come in close… I want to whisper this one:

You can make your own fresh spring door wreath–for basically NOTHING.

That’s right–for FREE (or almost FREE).

Don't you love the look of a fresh spring wreath on your front door? But did you know that you can make your own fresh spring door wreath--for basically FREE. That’s right! No more super-expensive pre-made fresh wreaths or cheesy fake flower ones. Make your own for cheap!! In fact, they’re so easy that you’ll want to make several of these wreaths to brighten your home! Check out this simple, four-step tutorial with everything you’ll need!

I’ve done it for several years, friends, and they’re super duper easy. Promise.

You won’t need to buy one of those super-expensive pre-made fresh wreaths (I mean really–fifty or even sixty dollars for an arrangement?).

And you won’t have to settle for a cheesy fake flower one either (which can be just as expensive)!

Your DIY spring wreath can come from stuff you already have around your home!

In fact, you can make several of these wreaths (they’re not just for the front door!) to brighten your home for super cheap.

Here’s my simple, four-step tutorial. Let’s get started, shall we?

 

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About the Author

As a wife and mom to four passionate kids, Alicia Michelle loves encouraging women, married couples and families with practical tips for growing closer to God during holidays like Easter, Christmas and Thanksgiving. Alicia is the owner/editor of both ChristCenteredHolidays.com and YourVibrantFamily.com; the author of Plan to Be Flexible, The Back to School Survival Manual; and the creator/producer of the "7 Days to a Less Angry Mom Online Video Course,", Christ-Centered Christmas Resources and My Memory Box Organizing System. In addition, she is a monthly contributor for several popular family blogs, including Crosswalk.com. Follow her on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest.

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