It’s one big spring fest here at Making Home Base this week! I couldn’t be happier. It’s my favorite time of year.
Did you see my Spring Home Tour this week?
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Today, I’ve teamed up with some of my favorite bloggers to share even more Spring time inspiration! We’ve all created a spring home decor project to share!
I’m so happy to be sharing my new Spring Wreath with you guys. It took me a little while to come around, but I’m having a ball decorating for Spring! f
Y’all know how much I love wreaths. This one is definitely up there on my list of favorites. I think it just turned out so cute and it came together SUPER fast and of course on a budget (that’s how I roll)!
I started out with a Michaels coupon. I snagged the grapevine wreath and faux peonies. Seriously though, can we just talk about the faux peonies. I’ve never been really into faux flowers but every now and then I’ll pick up some fake hydrangeas or faux greenery but I spotted these coral colored peonies and had to have them! Then on my way to check out I saw the prettiest ivory feather so I tossed that in my basket too. I had no real plan for the feather but I thought it would give a bit of a rustic look to something…
When I decided I wanted to make a spring wreath I didn’t have anything specific in mind. I just headed to Michaels (with coupon in hand) and browsed until something caught my eye. Once I got my flowers and grapevine wreath home, things started coming together. I had some blue burlap ribbon left over from Christmas time and I love the contrast of it with the coral peonies so I knew I wanted to use it in someway.
I made a nice big blue burlap bow (say that five times fast!) then to balance it I added a pom pom garland across the top.
This spring time love fest isn’t over quite yet! There are 13 other fantastic Spring inspired projects that you won’t want to miss!!
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