|My spring wreath|
I love forsythia. I decked out my mantel in it this year and thought I needed that same splash of sunshine on my door.
This look was really easy to create. No fuss, no hot sticky glue gun and not much moula! I had the wreath up in the attic. I got it at a local florist in North Scituate. It is made out of two layers of twigs that have been twined together onto a metal wreath backing. I love it plain and I've also used hot glue with shells for the summer before. But as I said, for spring I wanted happy pops of yellow.
At Michael's, I picked up two artificial branches of forsythia. They were on sale for 50% off, so I got two for $5. Using gardening shears I clipped large pieces of forsythia off and kind of wound them into the wreath. I was going to use twine but realized I didn't even have to bother because they were wedge in pretty good.
And there you are! A new wreath with no mess for 5 bucks!
I'm sharing my little wreath over at Rhoda's Southern Hospitality link party: