Thursday, March 29, 2012

Five Spring Wreath Ideas

Love a great spring wreath! I've been taking notes as I wander through Blogdom and I've found a few more for your viewing pleasure.

1. This "wreath" is darling. You may need to visit the Dollar Store for a child size unbrella, though everything else you probably have at home already.


A Child's Umbrella Becomes a Spring Door Decoration at Bungalow

2. Take a look at the wreath on this Faded Roses door on the post title Spring or Summer. So feminine and lovely!

3. Made in a Day offers another great idea using burlap to wrap the wreath frame on Spring Wreath Time.

4. Manuela at A Cultivated Nest has been at it again with this Super Easy Spring Time Wreath. Super Cute!

5. If you don't have any junk mail, don't check this one out because it's made from exactly that: Junk Mail Spring Wreath from  My Serendipitous Life.

Two of these great wreaths were found at Hope Studios Tutorial Tuesdays. It's a great feature of the blog. Check it out sometime!





Oh. My spring wreath? A Joann special right out of the discount bin two years ago. Further, I've been stealing eggs from it for quite some time now.



Love Vee

33 comments:

  1. Such a pretty blog entry to find, on such a dull and gray looking day, here in *my neck of the woods.* :-)


    "Naps are nature's way of reminding you that life is nice---like a beautiful, softly swinging hammock strung between birth and infinity." ~Peggy Noonan

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  2. I loved the junk mail wreath! That was sooo clever!

    Your egg wreath looks very springy..

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  3. So many pretty wreaths here this morning. The photo of yours is so pretty with the tree branches in the background.

    My Easter wreath is a Goodwill special which is still in the attic. Guess what I'll be doing today?

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  4. I love the wreath with eggs! I sure need to make a new one this year...thanks for the reminder! Enjoy your day! ♥

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  5. Sometimes straight from the discount bin is perfect!!

    Blessings, Debbie

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  6. I think I like your wreath the best but the junk mail one was amazing! Thanks for all the links today!

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  7. I think I like your wreath better than the others! But these were sure fun to see, thanks for sharing.

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  8. These are all so cute! I think I like the junk mail one best. Thanks for sharing.

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  9. hahahaha, I just can't stop laughing.

    You totally crack me up.

    Hahahahaha so so funny.

    Hey, if it's not broken why fix it, huh?

    Absolutely hilarious way you showed us, hahaha.

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  10. Your wreath looks great and thank you very much for mentioning my spring one. The ones I use on my front door I've had for years and rotate them. But I like to make ones I use indoors for some reason :)

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  11. They are all just gorgeous! I love Spring Wreaths too. I'll have to post a picture of mine. (nothing special but SPRINGY!)

    ((Hugs))
    Laura

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  12. Brings back memoried of the 80's, when one day no one had a door wreath and the next day EVERY door was sporting one. Then suddenly in the 90's it was seasonal flags.

    Used to make a unique wreath for each baby born to friends, and would frantically craft so the right name and color wreath adorned the front door in time to welcome the baby home.

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  13. Such festive wreaths and so budget friendly to boot! I needed the inspiration for some front door color! =) i hope spring is returning to your neck of the woods.

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  14. Thanks for sharing all of the great ideas!

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  15. Now that's the kind of wreath that I would choose. One you get out of the clearance bin! I'm so NOT crafty. Have a great day Vee!

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  16. The umbrella wreath is so clever. I loved it. Must remember that one. You have a pretty one too. Just my style.

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  17. So many different ideas!
    Thanks for passing them on Vee.

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  18. I haven't done a wreath in years...thanks for all the inspiration!

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  19. Okay...now my front door looks really bare! I love the umbrella 'wreathe'! I am just not sure how to attach something like that to my door. Your clearance bin wreathe is perfect for spring.

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  20. That reminds me I must put my spring forsythia wreath on the front door. I will do that in just a bit.

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  21. I just visited all of your links. Goodness, what great ideas and what amazingly creative people.

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  22. Vee,
    We have the same wreath. But I haven't been stealing eggs because I also got a dozen of the eggs, loose.
    Great minds, eh?

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  23. I love your wreath, Vee. I keep looking for an Easter wreath at the thrift store and of course, all I can find is Christmas or Halloween! Isn't that the way it is??

    Your photo is so very pretty.

    Have a nice evening.

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  24. I like your wreath the best!

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  25. Thank you for the links, Vee!

    My favorite two links were the Umbrella door decoration and the junk mail wreath! I certainly think we could do a few of those with all the newspapers we have:)

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  26. They all are very pretty. But I think I like yours the most.

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  27. I love your wreath and thanks for sharing all the other ideas too!
    Hugs,
    Cathie

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  28. I LOVE a wreath on the door!
    And I must say, that I like your wreath the best!
    (I still remember the twig wreath you showed us last fall...and I love that one too!)

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  29. Now, this is just plain Providence because I'm struggling with a wreath right now and don't like the outcome so far.

    And so... I'll cickity click for inspiration.

    And I would be just as happy as a clam with yours straight from the bargain bin.

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  30. I took my Christmas wreath off my door when my Mother passed and I have yet to replace it one. I am looking for something cute with bunnies on it as my Mom loved Easter rabbits. I loved all the ideas you found -- Pinterest also has a wealth of ideas, Vee!

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  31. I love the umbrella wreath - I wonder if I pinned the same one that inspired it on Pinterest. Such a clever idea!

    I think your wreath is my favorite, though.

    Margaret

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  32. Vee, thank you so much for mentioning my spring wreath! Yours still looks pretty. As to stealing eggs off it, I had a similar one with not quite as many eggs that I did that to as well. Now it's just a plain grapevine wreath (which is useful in its own way).

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