Disclaimer – This post is sponsored by Craft Cuts. All opinions are 100% my own.
As winter slowly starts to make its way out, it’s time to welcome spring in! This easy custom DIY floral spring wreath is just what you need to add a pop of color to your home. Not only is it bright and cheery, but it’s also customized making it one-of-a-kind!
I partnered with Craft Cuts to come up with a project using their customizable wood pieces. There are a tone of wood shapes and fonts to choose from when creating a custom piece. For my wreath, I was able to select the size, material, thickness and measurement of the inner circle for my wooden ring wreath shape. I was able to choose a font fro their various options along with the material I wanted, the thickness, and the length of my word. They also have stencils and vinyls available. Like I said, every detail is customizable–it’s AWESOME!!!
- Ring Crafts Shape (Baltic Birch Plywood, 16 Inches, ¾ Inch Thick, and 14 Inch Inside Ring Diameter)
- Connected Word Letters (Starstruck, unpainted, 3 Inches Tall, 1/8 Inch Thick)
- Rifle Paper Garden Party Wrapping Sheet
- DecoArt Acrylic Paints (Baby Pink and White)
- Tape Runner
- Foam Tape
- Paint Brushes (Foam and Detail Brush)
Step 1: Paint Your Wood Ring Shape
Paint your ring with the Baby Pink paint. You’ll want to paint the top, outside, and inside of the ring. Once the paint’s dry and add a second coat.
Step 2: Paint Your Wood Name
While the ring is drying, paint your name cutout. Use the white paint to cover the top and all around the edges. Let the paint dry and add a second coat if needed.
Step 3: Cut Out Paper Flowers
Cut out individual flowers from the wrapping paper sheet. You’ll want quite a few since you’ll be layering them on the ring.
Step 4: Arrange Flowers and Add Glue
Get an idea of how you want to arrange your flowers on your ring. I only wanted to go half up on each side of the ring, so I chose to use taller, skinnier flowers at the top. Once you have a good idea of your design, grab your tape runner and add adhesive to the back of your flower.
Step 5: Glue Flowers to Ring Shape
Add the flower to your ring as high as you want your design to go.
Step 6: Cover the Entire Ring Shape with Flowers
Continue adding tape to the back of your flowers and adding them to your ring. You’ll want to layer the flowers and add leaves so they’re hanging off of the ring for a more organic look.
Step 7: Add Foam Tape to Your Name
Cut a small piece of foam tape. Then, peel the liner off the back of the tape and add it to the back of the first letter or two of your name. If the tape is too wide for a letter, cut it in half. You only need tape on the first letter or two and last letter or two since the rest of the letters will be over the center of the wreath.
Step 8: Add Your Name to the Ring Shape
Peel the liner off of the tape and place your name towards the bottom part of your wreath and press down where you added the tape.
Step 9: Add Twine
Cut a piece of twine about 12 inches long. Fold the twine in half, place it under the top part of your wreath and wrap the loose strings over the top and through the loop you made. Pull the string to tighten it around the wreath.
Step 10: Hang Your Wreath
Your new Custom DIY Floral Spring wreath is now ready to hang!
This custom DIY floral spring wreath is the perfect way to welcome guests and bring a smile to passersby!
If you’re ready to start customizing your own project, you can get 10% of your order from Craft Cuts with promo code HAPPY10. Let the customizing begin!