Simple Spring Wreath

If you've got 7 minutes and a couple bucks, you too can make this Simple Spring Wreath!

You'll just need a couple supplies from your local craft store. 
I purchased mine at Michael's.

I started by separating the hoops and only using the middle (the one without the little screws).
I also separated my one stem of flowers, into several stems to fill around half of the hoop.
You can see here how I took apart my floral stem. 
You can use a wire cutter or scissors to cut them apart.
I ended up using these wire florist sticks because it's what I had (and worked great), 
but regular florist wire is perfect too.
I started by making a small cluster of my flowers and wrapping it around the wood hoop.
I continued to do this overlapping the flowers to cover up the wire 
until I had gone half way around the hoop.
I found some small jute twine (in my collection of "stuff") and wrapped that around the end, tied a simple little bow and hung it on my kitchen wire frame (another blog post for another time).
Quick and Easy Simple Spring Wreath done in no time and it didn't break the budget!
I love it over my mantel, would look cute on your front door or maybe even over your kitchen sink!

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