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Homemade Spring Wreaths

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A beautiful spring wreath is a lovely addition to either your indoor or exterior decor. This is a guide about homemade spring wreaths.
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April 6, 20122 found this helpful

This guide is about making a coffee filter wreath. Coffee filters are a flexible craft material for a number of projects.

Making a Coffee Filter Wreath

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December 2, 20160 found this helpful

This is a guide about making a crocheted chain spring wreath. Using a simple crochet chain you or an older child can make this easy wreath and tailor it to any season or occasion.

Finished wreath.

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November 30, 20160 found this helpful

This is a guide about making a happy spring paper wreath. For crafters who like to work with paper this pretty wreath will brighten up your spring decor.

Pastel paper spring wreath.

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April 29, 2009

This cute wreath is covered with foam flowers and pink pom-poms for a quick and easy spring craft. It can be made as simple or as elaborate as the child's patience allows.

Approximate Time: 10 minutes

Supplies:

Instructions:

  1. Decide how many flowers are wanted on the wreath.

  2. Take a pom-pom and smear some glue on the back. Stick the pom-pom in the middle of a foam flower. Repeat process for each flower. Give a few minutes for the glue to dry if possible.

  3. Apply lots of glue to the back of each foam flower. Press the flower carefully onto the wreath. Repeat process with each flower. Let dry.
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  4. You can stop the craft right here or make it even fancier by twisting a ribbon around the wreath and tying it in a bow at the bottom.

  5. For fancier flowers, glue a pom-pom onto a small foam flower. Then glue the small foam flower on a big foam flower of a different color. Glue the flowers to the wreath and your done.

Note:

Use the easy pre-cut flowers from a craft store, or have the flower shapes already cut out. Do not try to have young children cut out the foam shapes themselves. The foam is much too thick and the task could result in injury.

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May 10, 2010

Wreath for a touch of spring to match my country blue hallway. I took a heart shaped straw wreath, approximately 10 inches in size. I added some greenery and put them on with straight pins.

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I then matched the ribbon to my wall paper on top of the wreath and placed a homemade bow on the side. I added a bird for the touch of spring. I also made two other round 10 inch wreaths for a nice touch.

By Sally

Straw wreath with green artificial leaves and ribbons.

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