Pottery Barn Knock-Off Spring Wreath


This tutorial is from a couple years ago, but I loved it so much I wanted to share it again.
It’s perfect for this time of year!
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.
(I don’t actually think this one is still available)
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!

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