It’s here! It’s really here! The first day of Spring!
The crowd is going WILD around here! I am SOoooo… ready to pack away the parka, dust of my bicycle, and prepare for warmer weather.
Ok, I do live in Canada so just because the date on the calendar is here, realistically there is still a lot of snow, and if I didn’t wear my parka I’d be frozen to the core. Buuut… one thing I can do is freshen up my house with a few bright colors. A new Spring Wreath is in order!
If you’re following me on Instagram you would have seen this shot I posted last week from my crafty shopping trip, getting prepared to make this awesome-ness!
Something fun, shabby, and a teeny tiny bit over the top in the brightness department! Check out my newest wreath…
Isn’t it fun?! I picked up a handful of fabrics this past weekend, most were expensive so I just got the minimum cuts. A fabric covered wreath is a great way to use leftover fabric from any project.
This Spring wreath will give your home a bold splash of spring color!
I embellished the wreath with fabric and ribbon flowers and added fabric covered button details. I added in burlap flowers using the same technique that I did for my basket wreath last summer. Then I bought a few Jolees knit flowers from Michaels.
The May Arts pom pom trim and lace added a cute retro touch to my Spring Wreath.
I had a bit of fabric left over, which is quite surprising since I only bought 8″ of each fabric. I made a few zippered pouches to give as gifts.
Although I do love them a lot… can I part with them?
I followed the same tutorial I mentioned in my leather corner zipper pouch last week!
Have to stop messing around and go get my bags packed, Crop and Create here I come!!
Thanks for stopping by to check out how I’m Welcoming Spring!
I’d love to know how you are bringing spring into your house?