Hi friends! Its finally feeling a bit like spring here, and soon it will be time for Easter and all the fresh things that come along with the spring season. Today I am joining some of my favorite bloggers once again to share new spring wreath ideas! My new project is a super simple and cute boho style hoop wreath for spring.
This was a fun spring wreath to make. I got all the supplies at Joanns. The dried flowers I got were kind of the big inspiration for this hoop wreath.
I have been wanting to make one of these hoop wreaths for a while and when I found this large gold hoop I has so many ideas. I wandered the aisles brainstorming and when I cam across some leather cording, I knew I wanted to incorporate them as well. My goal with all of my seasonal decor is to be something that can last and still work even when it is not that specific season.
I think this hoop wreath is a great compromise of spring details, but colors and textures that can last indefinitely. I wanted to add the leather and rope as some boho elements along with the simple green and coral flowers.
Lets talk about how I made this spring hoop wreath.
You can watch this video to see the basic plan of how I created this wreath….
Here is a list of what I used for this hoop wreath:
I did a little bit of prep work before applying the flowers to the hoop wreath form. It was important for these to look like the blended into the hoop wreath and did not have a ton of bumps or flaws.
I separated the flowers into 2 equal bunches for each kind of flower. Twine was used to wrap the entire group of stems all the way to the end. I trimmed the stems so that they tapered as they progressed to the end. That way they would blend well on the wreath form.
It was important to then begin wrapping each bunch of flowers together using more twine. Using the hot glue gun was helpful in getting the twine to stay put. I arranged the flowers so that they would lay nicely on the wreath and began applying the same technique, wrapping the twine nice and tight.
Once they were all wrapped together, I then proceeded to attach it to the wreath form. I used copper wire(but you can use any kind of wire that you have) and secured the flower bundle along the form in about 4 different spots. I made sure to conceal the wire in inconspicuous spots.
Once it was secured on the hoop wreath form, I chose a spot along the twine stem to start wrapping the leather cord. I left about 2 inches of twine out and then started wrapping the cord. I used the hot glue gun to secure it and glued spots as I continued to wrap it.
The last thing that I did was add one simple white faux ranunculus flower to add a pop of white to balance the twine.
This simple boho spring hoop wreath turned out better than I expected! I love the simplicity of it. It found its home in the entry way, where it just so happened to coordinate with the pillows and other decor I already had!
Its a very simple spring accent, but I am really loving this kind of decor these days.
Isn’t it cute? I love the simple vibe.
It was so hard to get these photos to do these dried flowers justice. They were so pretty and the colors were amazing! The vibrancy is what inspired me to use them.
I love the way the leather contrasts with the twine and balances the femininity of the flowers.
I am so happy with how this turned out. Wreaths are actually quite easy to make at home. Its a great way to create something custom that is just perfect for your home. Often you can find flowers and other decor on clearance at the craft stores and it can make creating much more affordable.
I have some really great spring posts you should check out as well:
Want to see more amazing spring wreaths? Check these out:
Spring Butterfly Pennant Wreath // Tatertots & Jello
DIY Spring Wreath // Happy Happy Nester
A Spring Easter Egg Wreath // Finding Lovely
Metal Hoop Spring Wreath // Twelve on Main
Spring Flowers Monarch Butterfly Wreath // Craftberry Bush
Spring Garden Wreath // My 100 Year Old Home
How to make a Dried Flower Wreath // The DIY Mommy
Whimsical Spring Wreath // Modern Glam
How To Turn A Fall Wreath Into A Spring Wreath // My Sweet Savannah