diy spring wreath

This DIY spring wreath is so pretty, and I can't believe she made it with a pool noodle! How awesome is that?!!


Deciding to decorate the house for spring on a budget, has made me really think creatively.  I was seriously so excited when this idea came to me, and I was really hoping it would work out.  And, guess what, I managed to make the easiest DIY spring wreath ever!  What’s even cooler is what it is made out of, and that I managed to finish the whole DIY spring wreath in about 30 minutes.  Which means–  my kids didn’t have enough time to completely trash the house while I was making it!  Even better, since I made these DIY moss covered eggs, I didn’t have to buy anything to make this DIY spring wreath.  I had everything in the house already.  #winning

DIY spring wreath

This DIY spring wreath is so pretty, and I can't believe she made it with a pool noodle! How awesome is that?!!

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  1.  The first thing you’re going to want to do is make the wreath out of the pool noodle by taping the ends together with duct tape.This DIY spring wreath is so pretty, and I can't believe she made it with a pool noodle! How awesome is that?!! This DIY spring wreath is so pretty, and I can't believe she made it with a pool noodle! How awesome is that?!!
  2. Use your glue gun to glue patches of spanish moss to the wreath.  I worked in small sections since the glue dries fast.This DIY spring wreath is so pretty, and I can't believe she made it with a pool noodle! How awesome is that?!! This DIY spring wreath is so pretty, and I can't believe she made it with a pool noodle! How awesome is that?!!
  3. Once I filled the wreath with the Spanish moss, I sprayed the adhesive glue over it to sort of seal it.This DIY spring wreath is so pretty, and I can't believe she made it with a pool noodle! How awesome is that?!!
  4. The I filled in and bare spots with the green moss to add some more color, and fill it in.This DIY spring wreath is so pretty, and I can't believe she made it with a pool noodle! How awesome is that?!! This DIY spring wreath is so pretty, and I can't believe she made it with a pool noodle! How awesome is that?!!
  5. Next, wrap the jute around the wreath to add a little more texture, and to sort of secure the moss a little better to the wreath.This DIY spring wreath is so pretty, and I can't believe she made it with a pool noodle! How awesome is that?!!
  6. Lastly, spray the wreath once more with spray adhesive.This DIY spring wreath is so pretty, and I can't believe she made it with a pool noodle! How awesome is that?!!

That’s it!  That’s about as easy it gets.  Give it some time to dry, and hang it up.  What do you think?

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