Do you want to make DIY Spring Wreath Project? A wreath that is beautiful and super easy to make for your home in less than 30 minutes.
It’s a beautiful wreath that can be used inside the house or outside on a front door. And, it’s different from your average grapevine wreaths that you see in the stores.
It’s made with a hat. Yes, you heard me right a hat for this DIY Spring Wreath Project. A large floppy hat too.
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DIY Spring Wreath PROJECT
The great thing about this project, there are not a lot of tools needed. Hot Glue Gun, wire cutters or heavy duty scissor and a steamer or steam iron (optional).
The floppy hat that I purchased had a few creases. I used my steamer to remove the creases. Next if you will be using this ribbon included with the hat, steam out any wrinkles. It will help the ribbon to lay flat.
This elastic band will stay on the hat. It’s perfect to use to hang the wreath when completed. To keep the top of the hat nice in round, you are going to need six (6) sheets of white tissue paper. Using two at a time, scrunch up and place inside the hat. Repeat two more times. It should look like the third photo.
You can either leave the ribbon tails untied or tie up in a bow.
With wire cutters or heavy duty scissors, cut a part the floral bunch. Try to cut as much of the stem off as show in the second photo. The leaves will slide off and cut them a part as well as sit aside.
Lay out the leaves around the hat to get an idea of the placement for the flowers. It’s fine to lay out your flowers around to see the placement before it is hot glue down.
Once you have your layout, begin to hot glue the leaves down first.
Continue to work the flowers around the hat adhering with the hot glue. Please be careful not to burn your finger.
Continue to work the flowers in and add the extra grouping of small leaves around the buds.
With the extra leaves, I added some hot glue and tucked them in a few places under the flowers. It fills in some of the small gaps.
Now it’s ready to hang! I love all the soft colors. The floral that I have linked comes in various color options. The florals used are the light pink. They are a beautiful blush color and match perfect with the Easter Decor in the Mudroom.
I just love it hanging here in the mudroom.
The wreath was so versatile that I moved it and hung it on my bench.
The wreath is neutral enough and looked amazing in the bathroom.
My favorite spot is still the mudroom. It’s one of my favorite rooms to decorate for the season.
I hope this inspires you to try to make this DIY Spring Wreath for your home. Again, it goes beautiful in so many different rooms in the house.
SAVE IT FOR LATER
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Leslie Watkins says
Oh, how I love this, Tammy! It’s just the perfect fit anywhere you place it! I may have to make this one! ❤️❤️❤️
Thank you so much, Leslie. Even my husband commented about it to me when I made it. That was a first!
I love the peonies on yours, maybe I need a SECOND one!!
Thank you, Sydney. I wanted a quick and easy project.
Oh, this is gorgeous Tammy! I love the idea of using a straw hat to make a spring wreath and how versatile it is that you can display it almost anywhere in your home! Lovely colours too!
Thank, Jayne. The best part of it, I still have a cute hat for the beach. I just remove the flowers when I get tired of it and it become my beach hat. LOL
This is so pretty! The flowers you chose are beautiful, and I love how it works in many places around your house!
Thank you so much, Danielle. I am glad you liked it.
Love to see the different ways you styled your pretty wreath. Happy to join you in this month’s challenge!
Thank you so much, Marie. I was so happy to be a part of this month’s challenge! Everyone had some great idea. Just love them!
I love this! It looks great everywhere you put it! I’m going to have to dig out a hat – the one I have in mind will be perfect!
So glad to hear, Jennifer. I would love to see what you come up with. Thank you for stopping over a the blog.
Karins Kottage says
This is just too cute! Love your tips of steaming the hat to remove wrinkles and stuffing the hat with tissue paper to keep its shape! Great project!
Thank you, Karin. It makes a great beach hat later if I want to remove the flowers. I appreciate your kind words.
Donna @ Modern on Monticello says
I love that you kept the black ribbon on the hat. It creates a great accent to the pink flowers. So very pretty.
Thank you so much, Donna. I thought the ribbon was great as is and saves money. It can always be changed out.
KariAnne Wood says
This is the CUTEST IDEA!!!!! Thank you so much for inspiring me today!
Well you made my day, KariAnne. It’s so easy to make and so much fun. Thank you for stopping over at my blog.