I’m loving all the eucalyptus swirling around Pinterest lately! It’s so delicate and fresh – everything spring!
I put this eucalyptus wreath together the other day and couldn’t be happier! It adds just the right amount of spring to the front door and only takes about 15 minutes to make.
Grab yourself some of your favorite faux flowers, dried (or faux) eucalyptus, a grapevine wreath, and a hot glue gun.
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Here is the quickest DIY spring decor you’ll ever make.
Start by trimming your large “centerpiece” flower stem down so that you’re left with just the top portion – you only need a few inches of stem to be able to stick it through the grapevine wreath.
Position the centerpiece flower on your wreath and hot glue in place.
Trim the eucalyptus to manageable sizes and position it around your wreath. Hot glue the stems in place as you go.
Just continue adding eucalyptus until you have the look you’re going for!
Finish it off with some smaller accent flowers using the same method.
Tie a small loop of jute rope around the top, and it’s ready to adorn your front door!
It might be snowing in Minnesota this week, but our door says it’s Spring-time 😉
I found my flowers and eucalyptus at Hobby Lobby. Just search any craft store for your favorite stems and start gluing!
Let me know if you have any questions and I’ll get back to you as soon as possible!
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