How to Make A Simple Wreath for Spring

We live outside of Chicago. This winter Chicagoan’s have experienced the longest cloudy spell we have had in more than 22 years. On shopping trips to Trader Joe’s I love to grab some inexpensive flowers to brighten up our home. Fun fact: Trader Joe’s and Aldi are owned by the same parent company. Today I’m sharing how to easily make this spring wreath using Trader Joe’s florals.

Inexpensive White Stock Flowers from Trader Joe’s for $3.99

Step One

You’ll need a 14 inch macrame hoop. I found one from Joann Fabrics. Also wire, scissors, eucalyptus $2.99 & white Stock Flowers from Traders Joe’s for just $3.99.

Step Two

Cut two pieces of eucalyptus wire on the side of your hoop facing up. Cut two more pieces of eucalyptus, repeat and wire facing down.

Step Three

Cut your white stock flowers. Wire on top of eucalyptus.

The banner I hung with it is from Sarah’s shop Small Branches on ETSY.

 

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