Simple Spring Wreath Make-Over

It is sunny today and feeling a little like spring. I’m anxiously awaiting the trees to blossom and the flowers to bloom. In the mean time, I decided to bring the sunshine inside and give the felt wreath in my office {which made it’s first appearance in this post} a quick spring make-over.

The wreath is styrofoam, which makes it super easy to change with the holidays or seasons with a few paper shapes and straight pins.

Aren’t these flowers lovely?

How do you bring sunshine into your work/creative space?

3d layered nested flower
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11 thoughts on “Simple Spring Wreath Make-Over

  1. sandy says:

    Your colorful flowers bring in such brightness!Very lovely!

    My last two posts were about bringing in the Spring Season while there is still snow (ALOT here) on the ground! I love to have brightly colored flowers in the house for one thing!
    sandy :)

    1. jeana says:

      Your posts were great, love all of the different wreath ideas. :) We have snow in the forecast for the rest of the week… so I’m enjoying the sunshine while it lasts today :) Where are you?

  2. Amy says:

    I was also thinking after seeing this post that to even go one step further and making it into an “upcyling” craft and using an old shirt / t-shirt that you hate to get rid of because you love the pattern or look and using that instead of the felt… Just an idea. Cute idea.

    1. jeana says:

      Perfect idea.. especially during spring cleaning time! :)

  3. I make projects like this to brighten things up: Spring 3D Letters (And it’s working–we can finally see the grass in our yard for the first time since Christmas now that the snow is finally melting!)

    1. jeana says:

      Oh, I have you to thank for my driveway finally de-icing! :) Big big thanks for that! Your letters are adorable! I love all of the bright colors.

    2. You’re welcome! ;) And thanks!

  4. jintyoo7 says:

    Oh my – how lovely :) I am really feelling the urge to try this out, THANK YOU!!

  5. Elizabeth says:

    I love love love this look! Loved it in the fall love it now :) Really wondering how you keep the weather from ruining your paper elements? Spring here is very rainy and windy – any suggestions?

  6. Maggie Roush says:

    I love the paper flowers on this wreath and am so excited that I just got my first Silhouette to try it out! I have featured this wreath in a Spring Wreath Pinterest Round Up on my blog!

    Maggie @

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