DIY Spring Grass Wreath

UNBELIEVABLY simple tutorial for a gorgeous Spring Grass Wreath by 3 Little Greenwoods #DIYWreath #Spring #SpringDecor

Hey, everyone! I’m Ashley and I blog over at 3 Little Greenwoods.

At 3 Little Greenwoods I love sharing all sorts of easy crafts, DIY home decor, effortless entertaining tips and Southern recipes. I am so happy to be at My Craft Spot sharing another simple and inexpensive craft with you today.

Spring has definitely sprung and I am welcoming the season with a new Spring Grass Wreath for our front door!

Materials Needed for a Spring Grass Wreath

  • one large grapevine wreath
  • one bundle of faux green grass
  • one bundle of colored floral stems
  • one spool of wired ribbon

I’ve been eyeing several designer grass wreaths lately. When I found a bundle of lush green grass and hot pink floral picks at Hobby Lobby I was inspired to make my own. So sorry for the cruddy iphone picture!

UNBELIEVABLY simple tutorial for a gorgeous Spring Grass Wreath by 3 Little Greenwoods #DIYWreath #Spring #SpringDecor

Once I got home I got busy constructing the grass wreath. Before getting started use wire cutters to cut apart the grass bundle. This makes small, manageable picks to poke into the top of the grapevine wreath. I didn’t even plug in the hot glue gun!

Both sides of the spring grass wreath need to be symmetrical so be mindful of where you place the picks.

UNBELIEVABLY simple tutorial for a gorgeous Spring Grass Wreath by 3 Little Greenwoods #DIYWreath #Spring #SpringDecor

After all the grass is secured in the grapevine wreath, add the hot pink floral picks to each side.

Most days I make the Easiest Bow Ever but for this DIY wreath I pulled out my magical bow maker. The wired ribbon makes this little gadget work wonders!

UNBELIEVABLY simple tutorial for a gorgeous Spring Grass Wreath by 3 Little Greenwoods #DIYWreath #Spring #SpringDecor

Oh my goodness! I love this Spring Grass Wreath on our front door!

UNBELIEVABLY simple tutorial for a gorgeous Spring Grass Wreath by 3 Little Greenwoods #DIYWreath #Spring #SpringDecor UNBELIEVABLY simple tutorial for a gorgeous Spring Grass Wreath by 3 Little Greenwoods #DIYWreath #Spring #SpringDecor

Budget Breakdown for a Spring Grass Wreath

  • one large grapevine wreath – $2 (thrift store)
  • one bundle of faux green grass – $5 (50% off)
  • one bundle of colored floral stems – $3 (50% off)
  • one spool of wired ribbon – $2 (50% off)
  • The Total for One Fabulous Spring Wreath – $12!

This DIY wreath would make wonderful Mother’s Day or end of the year teacher gifts. I plan on hunting up more thrift store wreaths!

If you enjoyed this post, you may also want to check out my post on how to create a moss covered basket {A Pottery Barn Knock Off}. Since Easter only a few weeks away you may also enjoy my tips for a thrifty Easter tablescape!

Thanks so much for allowing me to share my Spring Grass Wreath tutorial with you! I hope you have been inspired to create one for your own home.

Meanwhile, I would love for you to come hang out with me over at my blog! You can find me over at my blog 3 Little Greenwoods or connect with me on social media.

But before I go there is a questions I’ve got ask: Are you a front door wreath kinda girl? I know I love welcoming my guest with a fabulous seasonal wreath!

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Ashley is the writer and creator of 3 Little Greenwoods. She is wife to Honey and Mama to the 3 Little Greenwoods. After teaching kindergarten for 14 years, Ashley landed her dream job as a stay at home mom. Instead of focusing all her energy on a classroom of five-year-old’s, she began 3 Little Greenwoods to document all her crazy craftiness, DIY home projects, and fun with her children. Party planning is a bit of an obsession as she gathers inspiration to create tons of DIY decor and fabulously fun birthday cakes. Learning to cook traditional dishes in her School of Southern Cooking is her current passion. She would love to have you hop over for a visit!

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  1. Love this! Great job, Ashley 🙂