Make it Monday: (Mostly) DIY spring wreath

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I’ll admit it: this year our Christmas wreath stayed up until February. Yes, I know.

While I wanted something floral and colorful, I wasn’t quite sure that I wanted to use my white hydrangea wreath yet.

I have also become really good at repurposing old wreath parts.

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I already had a grapevine wreath,

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Some white faux flowers,

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And a B that I chalk painted green.

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I started by cutting apart the flowers and wiring them to the wreath like this:

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Then, I used fishing line to wire the B to the wreath.


And finally, I attached the bow to the wreath.

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Easy Peasy…and so much nicer than  Christmas in February!

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Don’t you think?

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Come back tomorrow for some organizing tips for your home office.

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