I want to learn how to make beautiful wreaths with gingham, wired ribbon and florals. But until I memorize these basic bow skills I made a cute carrot wreath for spring.
I am so excited about how this wreath looks on our Dutch door.
You guys will love this carrot wreath because the supply list is short and no wire cutters are needed.
If I can make this you can make this spring wreath.
CUTEST SPRING CARROT WREATH
The supply list is super short. I already had this wreath.
I found the cutest carrot bundles at Hobby Lobby. They were on sale (with no more coupons).
These were the small carrot bundles on sale for a few dollars. I snagged three pairs (rule of odd numbers in decor).
Then this the technical part: you take your wreath, fluff it up a bit. You can also do this with an extra wreath with this popular hack.
. Following the fluffing add the carrot bundles in no particular order or direction to the wreath.
The bundles are attached with twine so it made it easy to loop the carrots around the leaves.
You guys as soon as I started I loved the wreath. I loved the orange and green color combination. In Colorado, we tend to favor orange paired with blue. #broncos
I added it to our newest addition to the family. No, not that! Our Dutch door. We ordered it last January and it was installed last spring. The Dutch door was a bright light last spring.
After taking a few photos and propping up the carrots I decided the wreath needed a bow. So I found a way to add a little navy to the orange and green!
I snagged this bow from another wreath.
I think the bow makes the wreath, don’t you? What do you think? The best part is I can switch out the carrots for seasonal picks throughout the year.