If you are not a terribly fussy person, a wreath is a very simple thing to make.
It’s almost as easy as 1, 2, put on your shoes; 3, 4 walk out the door; 5, 6 pick up sticks.
Looking for signs of Spring this past week, lead me to this idea: could I add fresh cut, Spring flowers, to my Spring Pussy Willow Wreath? And, it worked! I can’t wait to share it with you, too!
Gather your branches, grab a helper and create:
Let’s make a non-fussy wreath with fresh flowers
Yes, here’s the trick: one glass vial.
I’ve been saving vanilla bean vials and this is what I’ve used.
One simple wreath:
Hello Friends. Overdue greetings this March! I’m so happy to meet you on this Spring day. I hope it’s a wonderful one and that this is a tutorial for you. We still have patches of snow on our lawn. I’m feeling so busy, catching up after the kids Winter break but, am thrilled to have one wreath hung by my front door before 9 AM today. That’s right they’re that simple to make. This one came together, after kids school drop offs, an errand or two, and two walked dogs (complete with showers after a muddy morning trek.)
Heidi, kept watch, as I assembled this wreath for our front door and it’s added the perfect touch of house-happy-accomplishment to the day.
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