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Easy Spring Wreath: Front Door Decor

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Nothing says Spring is coming like the riot of colors you can find in the floral section of the craft store – today I’m making an easy Spring wreath perfect for your front door!

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Cricut. The opinions and text are all mine.

I am a fabric hoarder and proud of it! There are so many amazing colors and patterns and the possibilities for creating gorgeous projects are endless. Even for those of us (like me!) who are new to sewing. I grabbed my Cricut Rotary Cutter, Cutting Ruler and Self Healing Mat to create this quick (and easy!) spring wreath and you can easily customize it for any color scheme of season! {FTC disclaimer – this is a sponsored post, but all projects and opinions are my own. This post also contains affiliate links which means I may make a small commission on items purchased – at no additional cost to you!}




1. Select your fabric and remove creases with Cricut EasyPress or iron. I started using my EasyPress for my regular ironing and have never looked back (you can find out why I love it here)!

Tip: If you have stubborn creases that won’t come out, lay a damp washcloth on the affected area for a few minutes, remove and press/iron. Voila!

2. Gently fold your fabric in half, then in half again. Determine how wide you want to have your strips (I chose 2″) and line your fabric up with the grid on the Self Healing Mat. Use your Cutting Ruler to give you a straight edge, then use your Rotary Cutter to cut your strips. 

3. Use liquid glue to adhere first strip to the back of the wreath. Wrap the strip around the wreath as many times as you can.

4. Once you come to the end of the strip, adhere to the back of the wreath (you may have to trim off the excess). Repeat until the wreath is covered.

5. Trim the faux flower stems with your wire cutter. Cut them as close to the base of the flower as you can.

6. Loosely arrange the flowers around your wreath to give you an idea of the finished project – then use a hot glue gun to adhere them.

7. Wrap fishing line around the wreath and hang. Want to add some extra color to your wreath? I layered the wreath on top of another wreath and tied them together with fishing line.

Here’s my secret for hanging something on your front door!


This Post Has 2 Comments

  1. Super cute, Beth. Thanks for sharing.

    1. Thanks so much Charlotte!

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