Snowmageddon – DIY Spring Wreath

If you live anywhere near the GTA then you know that we’re currently living through what I hope is our LAST snowmageddon of the winter and spring can’t come quickly enough.

Being snowed in inspired me to finally make my spring wreath. I’ve never been a wreath person, but since we actually OWN our place now, I went decoration-crazy for Christmas and ended up making a wreath. I’m super proud of it and think it’s lovely, and since it’s not actually Christmas themed it’s been living on my front door from December until now as a winter wreath.

I got my supplies for it at Michael’s way back in November and for about 20$, a couple glue sticks, and lots of scissor work (to get the floral stems and picks into pieces!) I ended up with this lovely creation.

Winter Wreath
Festive winter wreath
Winter Wreath detail
Isn’t the flower gorgeous? It was obviously the focus of the wreath

But now it’s time to coax out the warm weather and sunny days, green grass, flowers, and beautiful colours. So of course I hit up Michael’s again and Dollarama for some inexpensive pieces to chop up and reassemble to make a wreath I’d love.

Traditional round wreaths are nice and all but I wanted something fun and different. Of course I came across an adorable bunny wreath and knew it would be perfect. It came with some glittery eggs already attached, so I removed most of them and added bits and pieces from some spring florals and picks. And for a grand total of about 7$, I now have a springy bunny wreath to remind me that the snow will melt soon enough!

Spring wreath
Simple and cute! And works before and after Easter!
Spring wreath detail
Eggs and flower detail
Spring wreath detail
I adore the little nest with the eggs!

I hope spring shows up soon wherever you are (and I’m super jealous if you aren’t under a pile of snow)!

*Please not that all ideas and experiences are my own. This post is not endorsed by Michael’s, Dollarama, or any other third party.