INSIDE: How to make an easy DIY spring yarn wreath using faux yellow daffodils. Easy springtime front door wreath decor.
So, I have a first world problem for you… Which holiday do you decorate for when St. Patrick’s Day and Easter fall back-to-back to each other? I tend to go with which holiday has the greater number of items stuffed in a storage box in the garage! And that tends to be all things hippity hoppity.
This springtime project came about when unpacking that Easter decoration box. There, I found a bag of faux daffodils. I cannot remember how I came to be the lucky owner of these fake daffodils but they were clearly packed away for some crafty purpose.
So to get the most enjoyment out of those plastic eggs and fluffy bunnies, I quickly transformed a dollar store shamrock wreath into something better suited for spring…
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DIY Spring Yarn Wreath with Faux Daffodils
As I unpacked that Easter box, I also unpacked a bag a faux daffodil heads. No stems; just the flower heads. I’m pretty sure my creative 8-year old had something to do with why I was staring at a bag of flower heads. And that’s how I found myself swapping out shamrocks for spring daffodils.
As I learned when first creating the dollar store St. Patrick’s Day wreath, I had a great (albeit not-so-well-thought-out) idea to wrap the entire foam wreath form with the green yarn. Until I realized how time-consuming this would be.
Instead, I haphazardly covered the wreath with yarn, leaving much of the white foam exposed.
easy diy faux daffodil spring wreath
Use straight pins to secure the daffodil (heads) to one side of the wreath.
Arrange the daffodils in a whimsical manner.
Leave a section daffodil-free and wrap a large and colorful ribbon around the wreath and make a bow.
easy spring yarn and faux daffodil wreath tutorial
So, if you find yourself looking at a bag of flower heads (Seriously, where did the stems go?!), you can still save the craft by turning those fake flowers into a great spring yarn wreath.
What random things have you found in a storage box?
Other Spring Decor You May Like:
- “Fake” the age of plastic flower pots with paint and sanding stone
- Turn a vintage candelabra into a garden planter
- Use astro turf to make a fun and colorful outdoor pillow
- Make a DIY travel coffee mug for mom for Mother’s Day
- Use a large tin can as a DIY photo vase for spring
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Share your crafty ideas below! This month – March – it’s a FLOWER theme. Link up your latest creation.
Come back the 2nd Wednesday of each month. The April theme is SPRING.