Nothing says spring like a few colorful decorations. Spring blooms scatter like colorful candy and April showers bring May flowers. Wish we had some of those showers in California. Our grass is not very happy with us this time of year. And speaking of spring, it is time to change out our front door wreath.
The wreaths in our home are changing consistently with each new season. I don’t get a new wreaths for our front door every time we hit a new season so I reuse and recreate the same one. The base of it is a green foam wreath, purchased from Michael’s Arts and Crafts.
How To Make A Simple Ribbon Wreath starts with gathering materials:
1. foam wreath
2. enough ribbon to go all the way around in a circular motion
3. tape to start your ribbon and seal it in the end
ONLY ONE EASY STEP: Tape ribbon to wreath and wrap around until complete. Seal with more tape. And ta-da! you are finished!
For spring we are keeping the front door simple, clean yet fun. And totaling about $5 for this front door revamp- I’ll take it! Our fall wreath was made of fresh greenery from our garden attached with a hot glue gun & poking branches through the foam. Mini pumpkins arranged in prominent positions were just the right touch for welcoming wandering souls for Halloween. Christmas called for festive garland wrapped in a circular motion around the base then decorated with white shimmering pine cones (only have the after picture when it was getting torn apart). Curb appeal can be simplistic yet stylish with the touch of a fun ribbon or decorated with a few sprigs of fresh greenery or flowers.