Wishing for Spring
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Last year, I saw a wreath on Pinterest I just knew I wanted on my front door. It was showing up all over my feed and talked about everywhere I looked. People just loved this wreath! And I could see why. It was colorful, bright, cheery, and perfect for Spring.
So when those winter blues came callin’ (like they always do this time of year!), I knew I had to do something to get myself out of this funk. I wanted something that would cheer me up the second I saw it. And what better way to do that than put a similar colorful wreath on the door to great me every time I walked in?
Genius I tell you! Genius.
I got all of the materials for my wreath from Wal-Mart. I really wanted tulip flowers, but had to settle on something different because the store I was at didn’t have exactly what I wanted. But, my best friend helped me pick out the flowers, ribbon, and gloves and I am incredibly happy with what we came up with!
My favorite part of this wreath has to be the flowers we picked. My favorite color is purple so the bouquet was a no-brainer, but they also reminded us of Easter colors so I was able to get my Spring and Easter wreath done in one easy project! If there is one thing I love more than easy crafts, it’s easy crafts that save me time!
My Garden Hose wreath brings a smile to my face every time I walk up to the front door. It’s a great way to get rid of those pesky winter blues!
What helps you get over the last hump of winter? Thank goodness we’re almost there! March is just around the corner!
Hi Teresa! I love your take on this garden wreath! Thank you so much for sharing at Best of the Weekend and pinned to our party board. Hope you have a happy Friday!
Hi Cindy! Thank you so much! Have a great weekend! 🙂
Adorable idea! As someone who’s itching for spring (indeed, ANYTHING remotely related to spring), this looks so fresh and inviting.
Thank you, Robin!
Teresa this is stunning! It’s so simple and inviting.
Thank you, Alicia! 🙂