Spring Wreath: Pottery Barn Knock-Off

I think it’s time for a spring wreath around my place. Ok, so maybe it snowed on Monday, but I’m getting tired of the Winter Wreath. I saw this Dogwood Wreath below in Pottery Barn. I loved it and figured it would be an easy and inexpensive knock-off.
Pottery Barn Faux Trailing Dogwood Wreath below $49.00.
 I started by re-using the grapevine wreath that I used in my Winter Wreath.
I hot glued some moss that I found at the Dollar Store.
I then added some blossoming branches I found at Hobby Lobby (1/2 off).
I painted some small eggs I found at the Dollar Store, by mixing blue and brown paint together. The little nest I found at the thrift store.
Painting the eggs….
Then I glued them in the nest and hot glued the nest on the wreath.
Price Run Down:
Grapevine Wreath: $1.00 thrift store (a couple years back)
2 bags of Dollar Store Moss: $2.00
Two floral branch bunches: $6.00
Bird Nest: 50 cents
Dollar Store eggs: $1.00
Total: $10:50
 Not bad!


  1. I’m going to have to try this. I have a grapevine wreath that I deconstructed after Christmas, but I’ve been stumped for ideas. I also have lots of eggs in my Easter decoration box that never seem to make it for display.

  2. Very cute! I love the moss!

  3. Katie- I love it! Great job- I didn’t know that Dollar store carried moss. How did I miss that? I need to start thinking Spring here, too. xo Diana

  4. Awesome!

  5. Love it, love it, love it! Did I tell you how much I love it? Could you make one for me too? LOL!
    Have a nice day!
    Love, Olga
    P.S.: now following via GFC and also via bloglovin’! We’ll keep in touch!

  6. Your wreath is so pretty, I love it! I’m looking for a little nest and eggs like that for a project but can’t seem to find them anywhere!

    • I found the eggs at the Dollar Store and the nests at the thrift store, but you’ld figure Hobby Lobby or Micheal’s would have the nests this time of year. I suppose you could make a little nest out of branches and twine??


  7. So very pretty! Nice job!

  8. We are all ready for spring, snow headed here today. But your wreath shows us that spring is on its way….thanks andi

  9. Beautiful job! I love it’s simplicity. ~ Megan

  10. Love it! I have been collecting a few things here and there to create a PB knock off spring wreath.


  11. Wow! You did a great job…I would not have known which was which if you’d laid them side by side! Amazing! And what a sweet deal! Thank you!

  12. Wow this turned out so pretty.I found your blog through the hop. Glad I did.

  13. That is very pretty…Thanks for linking up @CountryMommaCooks….have a great weekend:)

  14. Honestly, I like yours way better than the PB one. It came out great! Thanks for linking up to A Pinteresting Party this week. 🙂

  15. This looks great! I agree with others… I think you outdid PB. looks great!

  16. You totally knocked off the PB wreath and IMO surpassed it. I love it and thanks for showing how you did the eggs! Thanks for sharing at this week’s BFF Open House.

  17. Visiting from TT&J! Beautiful Wreath and I love how inexpensively it was created!

  18. This is adorable! I love the way it turned out…just pinned it!

    Visiting from Here’s to Handy Andy’s a Pinteresting Link Party. I’d love for you to check out some of my projects too!

    Have a wonderful weekend,

  19. Love, love, love it. I actually like it better than Pottery Barn’s.

  20. You have the cutest stuff!!! I’m always ending up clicking over from linky parties and it’s always your blog! haha!

    I would absolutely love if you linked this up to my new linky party going on now!!!


    xoxo, Mallory @ Classy Clutter

  21. I love your wreath and how you made it for a fraction of the PB price. I love a good knock off! 🙂

    Would love for you to stop by and link your project to Simply Klassic Sunday!

  22. Perfect for Spring! Just lovely!

  23. Your wreath is so pretty! Thank you for sharing your creative idea at Potpourri Friday!

  24. I’m so up for spring too, and this wreath is really bringing it to life. Great makeover looks as good as PB, but such a better price. Thanks for sharing all your creative inspiration at Sunday’s Best Par.Tay!

  25. I am going to try this, pinned it! Also, your creation looks far better than the pb one 🙂

  26. I love this! I have a few of these items on hand already so I am going to try this!

  27. Great job with your knockoff wreath! So pretty and much cheaper than the Pottery Barn (and, I think yours looks better 🙂

  28. You have read my mind! I totally want to make something like this! You did a great job! Thanks for the inspiration!

  29. This is gorgeous!!!! You did a great job on it!

    Sarah @

  30. Just wanted to let you know that I featured this as part of my link party wrap up!

  31. Such an awesome spring project! I hope you’ll share it on my blog tonight- we are hosting “Cowgirl Up!”. Link your post once on my blog, and it automatically shows up on four awesome blogs! Party goes live at 9pm, hope to see you there! 🙂 Samantha

  32. This is simply beautiful! I love the little eggs 🙂 I’d love for you to share this cute project at Mix it up Monday:


    I hope to see you soon 🙂

  33. I personally think yours looks better than the PB original. Have you noticed how the predone wreaths are looking so skimpy?

  34. What a great wreath – I am your newest follower. Feel free to link to The Success U Party at TheStuffofSuccess. Have a terrific week – Athena

  35. You did a beautiful job on the wreath!

  36. LOVE how this turned out! Pinned it! 🙂

    Ginger @ gingersnapcrafts.com

  37. Gorgeous! I love it 🙂

    Love for you to share this at my Wednesday’s “Made by ME” linky party here:

  38. Good for you making a wreath that’s better than what you got the idea from. Love to see that. Who would know you made it yourself? So cute, simple and inexpensive.
    The only $ store I’ve found moss in is Dollar Tree but who cares as long as you can find it inexpensively. I have to think of all I might use something for when I see it as we live about 20 miles or more from the nearest dollar store. Hope they still have some moss as I’ve got to make that wreath. Sure ready for Spring. We’ve have a mild winter (western CO) but Spring will still be welcome. At least a wreath suggesting it’s on the way. Sometimes it goes straight from Winter to Summer here.

  39. I think I like the wreath you made better than the orginal:) You can’t go wrong especially when it’s cheaper!

  40. It looks fabulous! I think I like yours better as well!

  41. thanks for sharing. i especially love the colors against the dark door.

  42. Your wreath turned out awesome.
    Thanks for sharing.

  43. So pretty! Wish I had one of these for my door! Thanks for linking up with me for Friday Favorites! Please come back and link up again this week!

  44. This is seriously so cute!

    Hope you’ll link up to my link party!

    Vintage Mauve Link Party

    Jessica, your newest Linky follower

  45. I love it!
    Thanks for linking up at Friday Fun Party.

  46. Love it. 🙂

  47. Looks fantastic!!

  48. Gorgeous! Featured you tonight on our blog!! Bonnie 😉


  49. this is beautiful! I love your wreath! Stopping by from the wreath blog hop at Ginger Snap Crafts. http://xsurvivingmotherhoodx.blogspot.com/2012/03/finally-something-craftyakaspring.html

  50. Great project for $10! I made a wreath from vines from my garden for free, so I could do it for $9! I wrote a tutorial on how to make a wreath from different types of vines in the garden and featured yours as a great way to dress it up. Hope you like it: http://gardentherapy.ca/diy-grapevine-wreath/

  51. Hi, I tried opening in IE, and it seemed to come up a little slower, but still fine.

    Thanks for letting me know though!

  52. Great knock-off Katie! It’s gorgeous and looks even nicer than PB’s!!

  53. So pretty … I love a good knockoff!

  54. Very nice, I’m so in love with your creative ideas.


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