DIY Spring Wreaths – Take Two

DSC_0659ew TitleLast week I posted about my DIY Spring Wreaths which were inspired by one from the Frontgate catalog that I fell in love with. Here is what my inspiration looks like:

My DIY version looked like this last week:

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At first I was pleased with my results, but the longer I lived with this version, the more I found myself dreaming of the inspiration version which was much fuller. There was virtually no possibility that I was going to purchase the very pricey Frontgate version. So I decided to try adding some more flowers to beef up mine. Yesterday I went back to the craft store and picked up some additional flowers, which I added to my two wreaths. I am much happier with the new fuller version!

DSC_0654ec4clwDSC_0654ec3wEven with the cost of the additional flowers that I added, my wreaths each cost about 10% of the $299 price of the inspiration wreath.  I love my budget-friendly knock-off version!

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4 Responses to DIY Spring Wreaths – Take Two

  1. Linda says:

    Hi Carolyn, your wreath looks wonderful fuller. Thanks for sharing at DI&DI.

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  2. Lori says:

    Yes! Fuller does look better!

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  3. Linda Miller says:

    Looks great!

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