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Springtime Yarn Wreath

Last weekend I spent a few hours making a new wreath for the front door. Out with the bunny in with the flowers. I had originally planned to use just the burlap flower picks but then it just wasn't enough color so I glued them to these yellow flowers that I had bought for my daughter's room. Oops!! They looked much better with the pop of yellow and they sort of reminded me of sunflowers. I am in Kansas (the sunflower state in case you didn't know) so it turned out perfect.


My yarn is all sorts of crazy. Most of the yarn wreaths I have seen are nice and smooth looking but I just thought the "messy" look just made it look that much more like grass.

Did you know that Hobby Lobby carries these little premade mini banners? (Minus the words) Love them!! They also make them in bigger sizes too. 🙂

Did you Spring up your front door?


Sunday 23rd of March 2014

Love this, and thanks for the tip about the pre-made banners. Love a shortcut! Sharing this wreath, for sure. Sharon

Melissa Coleman

Sunday 23rd of March 2014

Thanks Sharon! Yeah they have the premade banners in smalls ones, medium ones, large ones. Another cute way to make them would be using washi tape and making little banners.

nicolette {momnivores dilemma}

Thursday 18th of April 2013


I love the messy yarn's textural! Your flowers are layered and interesting as well.

Featuring this at my wreath board over at Pinterest, and at Creative Juice tonight.

My front door is naked. I need to make something pretty soon...

Thanks for the inspiration,Nic


Wednesday 17th of April 2013

I love this! And I think you're right about the messy yarn, it adds to how fun the wreath is! Since Easter came so early this year I kept my front door springy with a welcome wreath with plastic eggs on it.

RambleSAHM W.

Wednesday 10th of April 2013

Love the bright colors and it would love perfect on my door.


Monday 8th of April 2013

The bunting was a giddy excited find. I thought I was going to have to make those things on my own but Hobby Lobby to the rescue. Love that store!