Burlap Spring Wreath

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This past weekend I decided that it was finally time to update my wreath from St. Patrick’s Day to Spring. Can I just say that I LOVE my interchangeable embellishment wreath!?! Changing it up for different seasons and holidays is so easy!

Isn’t she perty? 🙂

I gathered my St. Patrick’s Day Wreath, some fabric scraps, Walmart ribbon, scissors, needle and thread, velcro and my handy dandy hot glue gun.

I got this cute wooden sign from my sweet blogger friend Rhoda.  It’s perfect for so many different projects, but for now, I decided that it’s just right for my Spring wreath.

I’ve been dyyyyyying to use this awesome Rust-oleum spray paint – Lagoon!  It’s a great color!

I used my Silhouette SD machine to cut out the letters. With just a few new embellishments and the sign, my front door was ready for Spring!

I pondered the size of the sign for a long time.  Is it too big?  Should I take it off?  Hmmm…

I decided to go with it because I like it.  To show you how it looks in the room, here’s a pic…

This is how we live – with smooshed, crooked pillows, tools in chairs etc.  It’s a wonderfully, imperfect, amazing life!

I’ll be sharing an embellishment tutorial on Friday, so stay tuned for that! 🙂

Linked to: I’m Lovin’ It! and Weekend Wrap Up Party


  1. Myra, How adorable and it looks so easy! Thanks for this great post (and your blog has me thinking tons of new ideas for my home!)

  2. It looks great! Love the ribbon/burlap flowers and the lagoon spray paint!! I will have to be on the lookout for that. Would add some much needed color to an old patio set 🙂

  3. The size is perfect – it can probably be seen from the street and I like that. Your home is very welcoming!

  4. Love the newly vamped door wreath although being an Irishwoman I am very partial to the green!
    But I was sorry that that lovely PARIS sign had to be painted over ;(

    Great work Myra, you are soo talented, I am GREEN with envy!
    Now have a lovely little day!
    Blessings to y’all…

    1. Thanks Sharon!! 🙂 It’s warming up in Alabama! 🙂 I hope the sun is shining where you are today!

  5. Okay, i’m in LOVE with the ruffle flowers. The little girls in my house are IN for it!

    also, i just love this front room of yours. I used it as icing on the cake to convince my (also math-y) husband that we should board and batton (sp?) the kitchen! It worked!!! wahoo!!1

  6. Looks wonderful. I’ve not seen Lagoon before. Can’t wait for the opportunity to try it.

    Please stop by our blog warming giveaway and enter. We’re giving away antique blue mason jars.

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