Hey there — welcome to Wednesday. 😉 I hope the day is treating you well.
Last month, I purchased a faux boxwood wreath for our front door on Amazon, and I would link it here, but it has been discontinued! There are tons of other options on Amazon for this type of wreath, though, so if you’re in the market for one, just search ‘faux boxwood wreath’ and lots will come up. I’m so excited to use it all throughout Spring and Summer and change it up a little bit for each season.
It’s pretty just as-is, but I had big plans for it for Spring and Easter!
I was inspired by this wreath that I saw in a Pottery Barn catalog — I love that cute nest with the eggs!
Isn’t it fun? I love how it turned out. 🙂 And it took me all of ten minutes. Gotta love that, too.
Originally I was planning on making the nest, but then I saw this one at Hobby Lobby and I realized that I couldn’t recreate this for less than the $2.99 price tag. The bow was a nice little surprise as I didn’t initially plan on using it (honestly, I didn’t even notice it on the packaging!), but I wired that into the wreath as well.
The ‘Happy Easter’ sign is from the Target Dollar Spot last year and I did the same thing with our former Spring wreath that I have since donated.
Target usually has signs like these for each season. They come on a string and so I just hung the string on our command hook that holds our wreath, then hung the wreath and pulled the sign through. It requires a little bit of messing with it, but it’s super easy.
I’m so happy with how it turned out. Makes me smile to see it. 😉 After Easter, I’ll take the sign down and this little wreath will take us through May!