Easy Artificial Natural Spring Wreath

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Today I’m going to share how to make an easy artificial natural spring wreath with you. As many of you know, I love making a wreath when a new season is coming.

I must say I have a love of wreaths and mentioned this before. I have been making these since I was a teenager. Because I have enjoyed making a wreath often my skills got better and better after each wreath. And this is why I enjoy making wreaths for our home and sharing these with you, my readers.

The more we make what we truly enjoy we learn how adding elements to a wreath works best.

Where Do I Store My Wreaths

Storing My Wreaths

Luckily for us, we have a very large basement with shelves and plastic containers for great storage. I store some in containers and others we hang from the shelf itself using a wreath hanger or the ribbon I hang it from in our home.

Do I Use My Wreaths Again?

Do I Hang My Wreaths Again?

Absolutely, I make these so I have a variety of choices to choose from for different seasons. I also change a wreath in a different spot every time I add these to our decor.

So, it should be no surprise I made a new spring wreath using natural elements because I’m often drawn to nature.

I have added these to a spring and a summer wreath as well as fall and Christmas wreaths and I always share high-quality materials with my readers.

By the way, this is what I love about the wreaths I make. These work for fall, Christmas as well as winter. I try to design a wreath that will work for multiple seasons too. This is a great budget saver and we all watch our spending. So, be sure to take a look at these wreath ideas!

And yes, these are cheaper to make than purchasing a new wreath.

Supplies for This Artificial Spring Wreath

  • grapevine garlands or a grapevine wreath
  • 2 artificial pussy willows – I have these and they have a VERY realistic look and can be used for outdoor spaces.
  • fake small eggs
  • natural spotted feathers – these are truly a thing of beauty
  • hot glue gun
  • heavy gauge floral wire
  • wire cutters

Making An Oval Shape With The Grapevine Garland

Step 1: Make An Oval Shape With The Garland

First, I tried to wrap the garland around my arm to make my oval shape. I immediately realized my arm width wasn’t big enough. So, my husband wrapped the grapevine around his arm. This gave me a delicate circle of branches for my spring wreath.

So then, I added the wire to the grapevine which is the perfect way to keep the shape tight.

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supplies-for-natural-spring-wreath

Adding Pussy Willows To My Artificial Wreath With Hot Glue

Step 2: Begin Adding Pieces of Pussy Willows

So next, cut pussy willows and added a dot of hot glue so these stay attached to the wreath. Also, because these are weather resistant this wreath can hang on a front door.

Also, I cut these stems a bit short because I find it easier to add the grapevine.

After adding these I begin to add moss in spots that I love for the spring season.

You can see how much I love moss for the warmer months with this easy topiary in pots I made last year. This is a great project to add to the home, especially for the warmer months.

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pussy-willows-done-for-natural-wreath

Adding The Feathers And Moss To My Wreath

Step 3: Adding The Spotted Feathers And Feathers To My Project

Here I begin to add the feathers to my natural wreath. I also added these to the top of the wreath so they add a bit of dimension around the lace ribbon. I adore adding elegant touches like lace ribbon to natural pieces. This takes minutes to add with a bit of glue.

Final Addition To Make This Beautiful Wreath

Step 4: Last Addition To This Spring Project

Lastly, I add fake eggs in ivory and a robin’s egg blue to add to the spring feel of this wreath. Again a little bit of hot glue and you are all set.

Finished-Natural-Spring-Wreath-Before-Hanging
Finished-Wreath-Before-Hanging

At this point, I took a step back to make sure my spring wreath was looking how I envisioned. So then, I felt it need more pussy willows. So, I cut small pieces and added a bit of hot glue, and placed them to fill the wreath in more.

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wreath-hanging-with-lace-ribbon
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close-up-of-wreath

Honestly, this happens. No worries it is extremely easy to add to the wreath and nothing moved.

I hope you enjoyed seeing how to make an easy artificial natural spring wreath and make one for your home. I hope to inspire my readers to make these quick and easy crafts.

If you have any questions feel free to reach out by email or on social media. As always happy crafting!

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34 thoughts on “Easy Artificial Natural Spring Wreath

  1. Love the oval shape and adorable pussy willows. Oh so sweet little polka dot feathers and eggs. Glad to see you back Cindy. Pinned!

  2. Just finished sorting my faux flowers and foliage and put aside a bag of flowers I can use for my spring/ Easter wreath. I purchased a plain very pretty fern wreath I will use as a base and add some colored eggs and tulips/lilacs ect to this and hang with a pretty green ribbon on our front door in April to replace the forsythia one I use for March. Such fun to decorate for different seasons without spending a fortune. Love your pussywillow ,egg and feather wreath.

  3. I really enjoy watching what you come up with. I pick up ideas on different ways of doing my own crafts.

  4. This is SUCH a beautiful wreath, Cindy! I love pussy willows, especially for Spring. There is just something to fresh and hopeful about them. The ribbon you chose to hang the wreath with is lovely. Pinned!

  5. What a beautiful wreath Cindy. Thank you for sharing the step by step process to create this springy wreath. Love it!

  6. No one does nature inspired wreaths like you do Cindy! I love the wreath form you chose, the muted color eggs, the feathers – I just love it all. It’s so pretty! Great job sweet friend, CoCo

  7. Cindy, I adore this wreath! The pussy willow and small eggs look wonderful together, and the sweet feathers are the perfect addition! Happy Spring to you!

  8. Hi Cindy, I have chosen your wreath to be featured tomorrow with Whimsy Home Wednesday Link Party. I loved the colors, textures, and soft elements you used. Thank you so much for sharing your inspiration with us!

  9. Cindy, this is so pretty! I’ll be featuring your post on tomorrow’s Crafty Creators. Thanks for sharing with us! Hope to see you there again!
    Niki | Life as a LEO Wife

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