Easy Interchangeable DIY Spring Wreath

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I am a minimalist and so when I purchase something, I tend to think about all the different styles, spaces and uses that this ‘one thing’ can have.

So when I saw this simple 26″ olive/eucalyptus wreath by studio McGee at target for $35 (note: It’s no longer available, but I’ve linked others below), I knew it was something I could change up easily and inexpensively for many years (and seasons) to come.

Studio McGee Wreath from Target

This wreath made it’s first debut in my Christmas home Decor Tour (seen below).

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It’s simple in its construction and pretty on its own, yet can be quite beautiful when adding additional layering. It’s the perfect multi-purpose wreath.

… and why I decided to use it for this easy, interchangeable DIY Spring Wreath (and will most likely use and change it up for my summer, fall and winter wreaths too!)

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Here’s a few other simple (and inexpensive) wreaths that would work well too…

Jasmine Wreath by Studio McGee $35

Olive/Eucalyptus with Lavender Wreath by Studio McGee $35

Olive Leaves Wreath by SM $35

We designed our home with a neutral pallet, so I can literally change the look and feel of any space in our home with a few minor decor accent pieces and any color I choose.

I always start with a theme or color in mind. Spring for me always involves greenery and some pop of color… whether that be red or yellow tulips, purple lilacs, green hydrangeas, or white lilies (you get the idea). Then simply add some beautiful ribbon and you’ve got a beautiful wreath you’ll want to hang in any space.

The supplies you’ll need to make a wreath:

  • an existing wreath (or purchase a basic, inexpensive wreath to use over and over again, like the options above)
  • faux flower sprigs of your color choosing
  • beautiful ribbon

Easy, Interchangeable DIY Spring Wreath


Start by gathering your supplies. I reused my 26 inch wreath from target I had first used in our Christmas home decor. I liked how simple it was and how relatively easy it would be to change it up each season.

I worked in one direction all the way around and simply pushed the stems into the existing grapevine wreath backing.

This spring wreath is a lovely, simple wreath you’ll find yourself styling and placing throughout the home.

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I tried different locations, from my wall next to a large art piece to behind my range and exterior portico door. It has certainly made the location rounds because it is so pretty. It is currently on the front door, at least for the time being.

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I hope you’ve enjoyed this repurposed wreath idea.

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It was a lot of fun to make this easy, interchangeable DIY spring wreath — a wreath that looks lovely just about anywhere!

And thanks for joining me on this spring wreath diy blog hop… I hope you enjoy visiting my friends’ spring wreaths below as well.

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Easy Dried Lemon Slice Spring Wreath | Twelve on Main

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Simple Spring Wreath | Paint Me Pink

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Spring Basket Wreath | Modern Glam

How to Make a Spring Wreath from a Small Lunch Bag | My 100 Year Old Home

Easy Spring Tulip Wreath | Happy Happy Nester

Spring Wreath Ideas and DIY | Craftberry Bush

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Buffalo Check Easter Wreath | Thistlewood Farms

Easy Spring Rainbow Butterfly Wreath | Tatertots and Jello

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