Hydrangea Spring Wreath

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Come on spring! If I decorate for spring will it show up for good. We are being teased with flip-flop weather this week. Next week, we could be back in Uggs!

Maybe if we show you our Spring Wreaths, the lovely temps will stick around for good!

Today along with the other gals on the Decor Enthusiast Style team, we are sharing our spring wreaths.

I'm sharing my oh, so easy…….

Monogrammed Hydrangea Spring Wreath

 

Simple monogrammed hydrangea spring wreath with supplies from Walmart

 

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Simple monogrammed hydrangea spring wreath with supplies from Walmart! So easy and convenient!

 

I started off-center at the bottom of the wreath and wrapped the ribbon a few times around the wreath securing with hot glue on the back side.

 

Simple monogrammed hydrangea spring wreath with supplies from Walmart! So easy and convenient!

 

Cut the stems with just a few inches left. Then I just work them into the grapevine from the top.

 

Simple monogrammed hydrangea spring wreath with supplies from Walmart! So easy and convenient!

 

Add a ribbon and secure with wire to the wreath.

 

Simple monogrammed hydrangea spring wreath with supplies from Walmart! So easy and convenient!

 

Cut off all of the leaves. Wire one of the floral picks to each leaf and just tuck in and around the hydrangea.

 

Simple monogrammed hydrangea spring wreath with supplies from Walmart! So easy and convenient!

 

The letter I had already added the moss to a couple of years ago. You can see how I did that HERE. You could simply paint it or even decoupage scrapbook paper to it. I secured it to the wreath with twine.

 

Simple monogrammed hydrangea spring wreath with supplies from Walmart! So easy and convenient!

 

To the right of the bow, I added the 4th hydrangea. I then finished it off with a little left over ribbon wrapped around the wreath like on the bottom.

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Simple monogrammed hydrangea spring wreath with supplies from Walmart! So easy and convenient!

 

The side door had been wreath-less since Christmas. It's nice to see it looking a little bit more welcoming once again.

 

Simple monogrammed hydrangea spring wreath with supplies from Walmart! So easy and convenient!

 

Simple monogrammed hydrangea spring wreath with supplies from Walmart! So easy and convenient!

 

 

Don't you just love that blue wired ribbon from Walmart! I really need to go grab up some more. It was on the same aisle with the hydrangea.

 

Simple monogrammed hydrangea spring wreath with supplies from Walmart! So easy and convenient!

 

You don't have to spend a fortune on a wreath. I already had the wreath form and other supplies. The 4 hydrangea stems were only $3 each and I believe the spool of ribbon was $6.99! This wreath will definitely be on this door I'm sure until fall! I love the FARMHOUSE feel the wreath gives this area.

 

Simple monogrammed hydrangea spring wreath with supplies from Walmart! So easy and convenient!

 

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Here's what my talented Décor Enthusiast girls came up with for this month's Spring Wreaths theme. Visit them at the links below!

Decor Enthusiast Spring Wreaths

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Our Southern Home Refresh Restyle Confessions of a Serial Do-it-Yourselfer

 

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Take pics of your Spring wreaths and share them with us on our Decorating Enthusiasts DIY Forum on Facebook! We created this forum not only so you could participate in our fun decorating challenges, but also so that you have a judge-free zone to share your projects any time, ask questions, and hang out with other creatives just like you! –

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Here’s how to play:

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1. Add your own photo on Instagram starting today (12/10) through Saturday

2. Tag it with the #DecorEnthusiastStyle hashtag

3. Follow all six of your hostesses here:

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We will choose one winner that will be featured on all six IG feeds this Sunday!!

I’d love for you to follow along on social media!

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8 Comments

  1. Thank you so much! It’s my favorite wreath ever! I need to go buy some fresh ribbon to replace mine. It’s a little shady in that spot and the ribbon has molded a little. Thanks goodness Walmart still carries it. Happy Spring!

  2. I made this wreath this past weekend. It is, by far, my favorite wreath I’ve ever made!

  3. Christy this wreath is spectacular! I have pinned it for inspiration.

    As a fellow spring tour participant I wanted to invite you to our linky party, Thoughts of Home on Thursday. I would love for you to share your spring tour and even this wonderful post. We offer a chance at a giveaway every week for each participant who links up. This week is a subscription to Southern Living. I hope you join in on our gathering.

    Happy Easter to you and yours!

  4. Love!! And that ribbon?? I am really falling for ticking lately and I just love that ribbon! Need to head to Walmart! XOXO

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