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Spring Wreath

Remember my Winter Burlap Wreath?
Well when I made it I purposefully made it so that it could be interchangeable 🙂

I needed to spruce it up for Spring!

I just removed the snowflakes and the Let it Snow sign.
I picked up the flowers at Micheal’s on sale and
the “M” was on clearance {in white}.

I painted the M, hot glued some wire on it and attached it to the back to make it hang.
I did not take the clear crystals off but those are easy to remove.
I hung the wreath on the door and then placed my flowers.
The Peonies
$9 total cost {flowers, M}

The Daisy’s
$5.50 total cost {flowers, M}

You could always add some plastic Easter Eggs to either one and it would instantly make a cute Easter Wreath 😀

What are you doing to celebrate Spring?

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