I love spring!! Spring and fall are my favourite seasons. Summer’s too hot. Winter’s too cold. Spring is juuuuuust right.
I love decorating for spring. This year I just wanted to add a few touches of spring to my home without going bananas with decor so I thought a few sprigs of floral and greenery added around the room would be nice.
For this craft I made, I used faux flowers and greenery so they last and so my little kids can’t knock over glass vases. It’s the perfect way to add a bit of spring to your home.
I’m not great with flower names so I gathered my faux flowers by color and size. I apologize in advance to all green thumb gardeners out there!
But this just goes to show that anyone with or without a green thumb can make these 😉
Let me show you how I made these super easy Springtime Floral Crowns.
- faux flowers, a mix of pink small buds (or whatever color flower you’d like) and some tall greenery-type flowers
- small grapevine wreaths
- floral wire
- hot glue gun
- scissors or gardening shears or metal clippers if the wires in the stems are thick
- Cut off the small flower buds from their stems. Cut the tall greenery flowers as well.
- Using the floral wire, wrap the wire around the tall green flowers from top to bottom. It doesn’t have to be wrap a lot, just enough to be able to bend the flower for the wreath. Leave an extra bit of wire at the top and bottom of the green flower.
- Tuck the wire ends into the wreath of the first flower and repeat until the wreath is full. Make sure to overlap the green flowers a bit. Dab a bit of hot glue under each stem to make sure they stay put.
4. For a few crowns, I added pink and white flowers to the top with a dab of hot glue. There are so many variations that you can come up with.
5. Lastly, display them where you’d like to add a touch of spring! I couldn’t wait to add them to my antlers.
And my trophies…
More antlers dressed up for spring.
In the kitchen, I added them to my old vintage scale. Seriously, add them to anything to bring spring in your home.
I think they’re so pretty and add just a small touch of spring with a big impact to your home.
I hope I’ve inspired you to make your own springtime floral crowns!
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