True story, my mom came by yesterday and asked “is there something wrong or what? there’s no wreath on your door” – ha! It was down so I could take some pictures 😉 . So yes, I’m all about an awesome wreath and spring is the PERFECT time to put a wreath together!
This wreath is what spring dreams are made of – I just love it! It came together just as I had pictured! Here are some images that you can pin so you can find this idea later. This post may contain affiliate links.
Spring Floral Pot Wreath
Last year I made a bright and colorful floral pot wreath out of paper flowers – it’s way fun and has all the step-by-step details that I used for this wreath as well.
This year I wanted to take that idea and go with a softer look – I was able to achieve that using floral stems and gray pots.
Let’s get started! You’ll need:
–scrap wood for shelf
—twine for wrapping hoop
Wrapping the Embroidery Hoop
I wanted this wreath to have a softer, more earthy vibe so I wrapped the entire hoop in twine. It was a little time-consuming, but worth it! I would put a dab of hot glue every few inches just to make sure the twine was staying in place. I secured the ends with hot glue as well.
Mini Floral Arragements
I placed a foam ball inside the pots and pushed the floral stems into it. I had a couple of pots with a variety of colors, then a few pots with all of one color. Have fun arranging them however you’d like!
Wood Bead Strand
I simply strung the wood beads onto a piece of twine, mixing up both larger and smaller wood beads. I used hot glue to attach it to the wreath directly onto wood beads and like how it created a swag effect.
Spring Floral Pot Wreath Assembly
To make it into a wreath, I had a scrap piece of wood cut to fit inside the embroidery hoop like a shelf. I used wood glue to hold it in place and also tacked in a trim nail in each side.
I attached each pot on top of the board with hot glue, gluing the bottom of the pot to the shelf. The bottom of the pots are slightly wider than my board, so I made sure to push them forward so that anything that was hanging off would hang off in the front. These pots are heavier than clay pots and this wreath is pretty heavy!! I also attached felt to the back of the pots with hot glue in case they knock against the door. No door slamming with this wreath 😉
I used a burlap ribbon to hang the wreath.
Spring Floral Pot Wreath Options
Same basic assembly, same spring season, but I feel like these wreaths bring completely different vibes. Isn’t that the fun of crafting and creating?! We can each see an idea and really put our own vision and twist on it.
Spring Wreath Ideas
I’m hooked on Spring Wreaths! I love all of these that I’ve made: