Easy DIY Spring Plate Wreath Tutorial

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This tutorial will show you how to create a stunning wreath using plates on a grapevine base. It is an easy DIY spring project.

This easy-to-make spring plate wreath is a unique way to welcome the new season and add a pop of color to your home’s interior. In this tutorial, I will show you how to create a beautiful wreath using spring-inspired plates on a grapevine base secured with floral wire. This beautiful DIY plate wreath can be made with thrifted or store-bought plates.

Vibrant butterfly plates from Hobby Lobby add a delightful touch to this DIY spring plate wreath. Are they not pretty? These plates were purchased at 50% off.

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The plate’s charming blend of blues and greens perfectly captures the essence of spring, making it ideal for spring decorations.

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Supplies

  • 20″ Grapevine wreath
  • 3 small plates 3″ in diameter
  • 2 bundles of vines
  • 6 bundles of greenery of choice
  • Ribbon for Bow
  • Floral wire
  • Disc Adhesive Plate Hangers
  • Hot Glue Gun & Glue Sticks

Apply Plate Hangers

These discs have an adhesive backing. You apply water with your fingers to the back of the circle. Place the disc on the center of the plate and smooth with your finger.

Allow the disc to dry on the wall for 24 hours before using or hanging.

Add The Plates

Plan your plate placement: We will use three plates for this project. Before attaching them, arrange the plates on the grapevine wreath to find the most visually appealing composition.

Secure the plates with floral wire: Once you’re happy with the arrangement, firmly attach each plate to the grapevine base. Ensure the wire is securely wrapped around the plate and the grapevine for a stable hold.

The plates will have some movement when you lift the wreath. It is fine since the wire will secure it to the grapevine wreath.

Work In Greenery

You will need to cut a part of the greenery. Then place the greenery into the grapevine or add some hot glue to secure it. Continue to work the green around the wreath to fill in any gaps. That includes under the sides of the plates too.

Add a Bow

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Finish your spring wreath with a bow in the color of your choice. I went with a pre-made bow from Hobby Lobby. Normally, I make my bows. Sometimes if you see something that will work, go with it!

This charming spring plate wreath is a breeze to create and kind on the wallet! By using repurposed items and taking advantage of sales, you can bring this project to life affordably. The beautiful butterfly plates were found at Hobby Lobby for less than $2 each, thanks to a 50% off sale. And the grapevine wreath was cleverly upcycled from a previous project, further reducing costs.

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It is like bringing some of the outdoor inside!

This spring plate wreath was kept simple with greenery and no flowers. Let the star of the show be the plates. The greens provide a beautiful backdrop for the sweet butterfly plates.

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This DIY spring plate wreath is a budget-friendly and delightful way to welcome the new season! With some creativity and repurposed items, you can craft a unique and eye-catching decoration for your home. This project is perfect for those who love to add a touch of whimsy to their home décor and not afraid to get a little crafty.

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Thanks for joining me in creating this beautiful spring plate wreath! I hope you found this tutorial helpful and inspiring. If you’d like to see more springtime DIY projects, be sure to subscribe to my newsletter for more creative ideas delivered straight to your inbox!

Hope you have a fabulous day, sweet friend!

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6 Comments

    1. Thank you, my dear friend. Use those plates, Do! I have some gorgeous Nippon ones. I would use different plate hangers with those plates. It was a fun project and so easy.

  1. It turned out so beautifully, Tammy. What a fun idea! I would have never thought to use plates on a wreath. I’m going to share a link to your post in my weekly recap this weekend. I think my readers will really enjoy your wreath too.

    Thanks again for sharing. Hugs!

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