I love seeing wreaths on doors that are for the season or holiday that we are currently celebrating or about to. It makes me even more excited when I know that they are handmade. With Spring right around the corner I figured lets start crafting for the warmer weather. Follow along with me for a DIY Spring Wreath Sign.
Grapevine Wreath Sign- Thrift Store (you can use any sign and attach a wreath to it)
Wooden Bird- Michaels
Scrapbook Paper- Hobby Lobby
Blessed Wood Cut Out- Hobby Lobby
Wooden Tear Drip
Ribbon & Fabric
Start off by painting the sign with light buttermilk paint. After the paint dried I went over the edges of the sign with brown wax, I also went over the edges of the blessed cut out and the button.
Next cut out the scrap book paper to the size of the wooden bird, once you have the paper cut out go ahead and attach it using Mod Podge. Now attach the wooden tear drop to the side of the bird using hot glue, this makes the bird look like it has a wing.
Using your hot glue, attach your grapevine wreath to the wooden sign and then attach your greenery to the wreath.
Now again using your hot glue attach the wooden bird to the top of the greenery. The blessed cut out is going to be attached to the top of the grapevine wreath using hot glue as well.
Next take your ribbon and fabric and make a criss cross bow. Attach to the top of the grapevine wreath using a small piece of twine.
Finally add your button to the center of the bow, attach this using your hot glue.
This project came out so adorable. I love that not only can it be used for Spring, but you could keep it up for the Summer months too. It really brightens up the room and I enjoyed putting it together. If you liked this DIY check out more below and follow me on social media.
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