Deciding to decorate the house for spring on a budget, has made me really think creatively. I was seriously so excited when this idea came to me, and I was really hoping it would work out. And, guess what, I managed to make the easiest DIY spring wreath ever! What’s even cooler is what it is made out of, and that I managed to finish the whole DIY spring wreath in about 30 minutes. Which means– my kids didn’t have enough time to completely trash the house while I was making it! Even better, since I made these DIY moss covered eggs, I didn’t have to buy anything to make this DIY spring wreath. I had everything in the house already. #winning
DIY spring wreath
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- pool noodle (I had this one in my garage, but once the weather changes you can usually find them at the Dollar Store)
- duct tape
- glue gun
- glue sticks
- spanish moss (natural brownish color)
- green moss
- spray adhesive
- The first thing you’re going to want to do is make the wreath out of the pool noodle by taping the ends together with duct tape.
- Use your glue gun to glue patches of spanish moss to the wreath. I worked in small sections since the glue dries fast.
- Once I filled the wreath with the Spanish moss, I sprayed the adhesive glue over it to sort of seal it.
- The I filled in and bare spots with the green moss to add some more color, and fill it in.
- Next, wrap the jute around the wreath to add a little more texture, and to sort of secure the moss a little better to the wreath.
- Lastly, spray the wreath once more with spray adhesive.
That’s it! That’s about as easy it gets. Give it some time to dry, and hang it up. What do you think?