The Fall Wreath Makes a Comeback

Do you want to learn to create this wreath?  Find the tutorial here

Remember this wreath that I showed you back in the Fall?

It was fluffy and hearty and just the bee’s knees.

I loved that wreath so much that it got to make a comeback earlier this week.

With her Fall berries and florals replaced, she now welcomes my favorite season of the year.

If you’ll recall, I made the Fall wreath by just sticking greenery and floral stems into the grapevine wreath.  Now that she was ready for a change, I just pulled out all of the Fall stuff and crammed some Spring stuff in.  Easy, huh?  I even added one of last year’s must-have Spring accessories, a Pier One moss bunny.

I was really moved by green and white when I was putting this wreath together, but it will gain more color as Summer approaches.

Do you want to learn to create this wreath?  Find the tutorial here




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About Lindsay Ballard

Lindsay Ballard is a former college mascot turned political geek turned DIY fanatic who is conspiring to live in a Technicolor dream world. Her designs are bold and graphic, while her spirit is fun and full of color. Lindsay chronicles her projects and design ideas here at Makely, where she shares daily tutorials and inspiration. Lindsay lives outside of Austin, Texas with her husband (Tom), children (Zack and Emma) and dogs (Jack and Duke).



Comments

  1. I loved it. I really like the idea that it can be changed for the different seasons so easily. Great job.
    Toni

  2. Love it! I was working on my wreath this week and feeling frustrated because I couldn’t get the fullness that I wanted. I never thought of adding ferns along the back along with some other greens. Time for a trip back to Michael’s! They had some wonderful fake greens that I used on top of my kitchen cabinets, but I could use some more.

    Love the bunny, too! Pier One is such a great store for that type of stuff.

  3. Esther Glick says:

    the best compliment is when one copies…i think i’ll copy! :) simply lovely!

  4. I made something similar to that for the gates at our wedding. I still have the initial. I had not thought to use it for our front door. Thanks for sharing. I’m pulling it out this weekend!

  5. Lindsay, it’s beautiful! I just love it. What a transformation!

  6. Gorgeous! I think I might even like it better than the Fall version. Love the pretty ribbon. :)

  7. I love it! So fresh! I have that ribbon, too! Hmmm…ideas are swirling. :)

  8. what an easy fix! i’ve been wanting to spruce up my front door with a wreath….thanks for the inspiration!

  9. It’s beautiful! I love everything about it :)

  10. Gorgeous Lindsay!!

  11. Love it! Great job!

  12. I can’t wait to see the nursery! You are so talented!!! And that wreath is just precious. Great job! You are just all-around-Fabulous!

  13. What a great idea! I love it! Thanks for sharing! Beth

  14. Well that’s a great idea! I love that you took a super cute wreath and redid it for Spring. Helps with storage issues too – you don’t have to store two wreaths, just the greenery. Smart!

  15. I love your spring wreath. But I adore green & white right now. You can tell if you visit my blog. Your wreath would look fabulous on my front door except for the fact that neither my first or last name starts with a “B”. And my front door could really use something as I haven’t put up anything for spring out front yet.

  16. I’ve been waiting to see stuff/ideas about your nursery! I think we’re due around the same time-august! I’m having a baby girl so I can’t wait for you to post update about your nursery! :)

  17. I love the idea of a monogrammed wreath on the front door. Cute! I’m including this in my Friday Favorites tomorrow. Thanks for the inspiration!

  18. Cute. I love decor items that can change with my every whim.

  19. That is so pretty. I love the idea of making it interchangable. Takes up less space, actually none, because the wreath is always on your door :) .

  20. I love this! I just made an initial wreath yesterday, posted it today, and then saw yours! I wish I would have seen yours first! I love it! So lovely :)

  21. Beautiful! I love that you’re reusing the wreath. I always wonder where the heck all these crafty girls store this stuff in the off season!?

  22. Wow, the color changes created a totally different look! I really like this wreath too. Good choice to bring it back with a new personality.

  23. Love the green and white! I am feeling that myself this year. Is the “B” loose from the wreath then, and just caught up with the ribbon?

  24. Lindsay, that is SO cute! I love it. And I have that toile ribbon and the bunny.

  25. What a lovely revamp. She looks beautiful!

  26. Gorgeous! I absolutely love the ribbon. Where did you find it? It would so go with my decor. Great job!

  27. I just bought some of the moss bunnies on clearance for .58 cents!

  28. How is it secured on the door?

  29. linda white says:

    where did you find the initial?

  30. Love the wreath! I have to make one now.

  31. I found your pic of this wreath on Pinterest. You inspired me to make a version of this wreath over the weekend! Stop by and visit my me:) Thanks for the beautiful idea!

  32. Love this idea! Beautiful!

  33. Christine says:

    Would you consider making one with and A and letting me buy it from you? I love this wreath but I’m really bad at this kind of stuff :)

  34. Star Shelley says:

    Beautiful wreath! I am going to make it!

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