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DIY Spring Floral Wood Frame Initial Door Wreath

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It’s been far.too.long since I last posted something here! Trust me -there is always A LOT going on Behind the Designs!

I’ve started quite a few crafts and home decor changes (and even finished a few!) -all of which I wish I had taken pictures along the way. Between my own imagination and my Pinterest boards -I’ve got endless inspiration! I only wish I had that same amount of time on my hands!

This past Mother’s Day, I was feeling inspired and started to tackle one of the many unfinished crafts I have waiting (patiently) for my attention. On this day, I celebrated the spring weather we were having a felt a change was in order for our front door -something happy!

Spring Tulips Floral Hydrangea Wood Frame Initial Door Wreath
Give your front door a whole new look for Spring with this easy DIY tulip and hydrangea floral initial scroll frame door wreath with burlap ribbon bow.

Love this easy DIY springtime craft door wreath? Pin It to your Pinterest Door Wreaths Board and/or share it with a friend.

I think it’s perfect and it certainly looks amazing against my black front door. What do you think? Share your spring crafts in the comments below.

This fresh springtime door wreath DIY craft features the following materials:

  • Fancy Oval Laser Cut Wood Frame, painted green (11×14)
  • Spray Paint (in your color of choice)
  • Wood Initial, feel free to spray paint any color you’d like if you don’t want white
  • Tulip Flowers (or similar flowers of your choice)
  • Hydrangeas (or similar flowers of your choice)
  • Burlap Ribbon (to create your bow)

Most all of my materials I purchased from Michaels -just because I’m a huge Michaels fan and crafter! But, you can incorporate any material you like, that’s when the craft truly becomes your own design.

Happy Crafting!

Disclosure: I did not receive any monies or free products for the creation of this craft. All materials were paid by me, out of pocket. I simply wished to share where I found most of the materials.

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