10 Minute DIY Front Door Wreath

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There’s no reason to be wreathless.  You can make your own front door wreath in just a few minutes, and for far less than a pre-made wreath!  You can even order your supplies online and have them delivered to your door!

Mother’s Day is a rather uneventful holiday at my house.  It always has been and I suppose I’m ok with that.  I do occasionally get the ‘leave mommy alone and let her have a break today’ and I really don’t ask for anything more.  I did sneak out alone to pick up groceries (being able to order online and pickup at the store is the best thing ever!) and decided to make a quick stop at our local craft store before I grabbed the groceries.

Truth be told, my quick stop in crafting heaven became more of an hour long adventure.  That’s the status quo for me and craft stores though.  There’s never a quick trip.

I settled on making a front door wreath and picking up a few wooden cutouts for the kids to paint.  They were happy with their crafts and I am definitely happy with mine.  We’ve lived in this house almost 9 years and the only time there’s ever been a wreath on the door was at Christmas.  My door isn’t naked anymore…

DIY Door Wreath 10 minutes MamaMommyMom

This was so easy and only cost me around $20 (yay, coupons!).

What you need:

A grapevine wreath (or something similar)

Wooden Letter Cutout

Artificial Flowers

Matching Ribbon (about 1-1/2 yards or just buy a roll)

The letter is simply attached to the wreath with a loop of ribbon.  I pulled the ribbon ends through the top of the wreath and knotted them to hold them in place.  I wrapped a second piece of ribbon around the top of the wreath to hide by knot and make the bow.  At this point, I went ahead and hung up the wreath.  I found that to be the easiest way to add the flowers and get a good feel for how the wreath was coming together.

I started by placing my focal flower, the hydrangea, and then adding small sprigs of accent flowers around it.  The grapevine wreath is great because you can twist the stems around in the wreath and completely dodge the need for glue of any kind.

The whole project, shopping time aside, took me about 10 minutes.  It was so easy that I have already picked up the supplies to make two more (one for a friend who’s house hunting and one for my daughter’s teacher as an end of year gift).  Front door wreaths for everyone!

What do you think?  Cute and simple enough?

 

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17 Responses to 10 Minute DIY Front Door Wreath

  1. Melissa says:

    Adorable! I love wreaths and love hanging them on the doors and windows. One may say I’m a little wreath obsessed, especially at Christmas.

  2. That is such a cute wreath. I wish I had the talent to come up with stuff like that 🙂

  3. Melissa says:

    Very simple but super cute! No reason we all should have a little love on our doors. 🙂

  4. Seriously…. are you reading my mind?????

  5. Jennifer says:

    I love the spring-y feel of this! My door has been nekkid since christmas and a wreath has been on my to do list for far too long!

  6. Carly says:

    Whoa, I love this….perfect for Spring!

  7. Paige says:

    This is sooo cute! I feel like I’d never be able to arrange the flowers like that because I’m full of fail when it comes to those things but I wish I could! I love the initial in the middle too!

  8. Carissa says:

    I love how simple it is!

    What are you hanging it with? A 3M hook? Does that work even in the rain/cold??

  9. How about you make me one with a “C?” And I like teal ribbon 😉 .. Haha, no seriously – I’ve seen these on Pinterest, but didn’t realize how easy it is! I need one for our door!!

  10. Kristi says:

    Lovely! What a fabulous way to add some color and greet your guests!

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  13. Jena Tucker says:

    Beautiful! How did you attach it to your storm door? Thanks!

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