With the Spring season comes bright and beautiful decor inspiration! Try this super easy DIY butterfly wreath! All you need is a little bit of time, your favorite butterfly accessories, and some creativity. Let us show you how to make your own springtime wreath here!
When It Comes To Springtime Decor – Go Bold
A great way to incorporate the colors of Spring throughout your decorations is by using bright and bold colors. Here, we used several packages of colorful Speckle Wing Butterflies. Feel free to browse our selection of butterfly embellishments for more.
Here’s What You’ll Need
- 4 Packages of Your Favorite Butterfly Embellishments
- Extra Wide Jute Fabric Ribbon
- Hot Glue Gun & Glue Sticks
- Wire Wreath Frame (We used a round wreath frame!)
How To Make Your Butterfly Wreath
Step 1: Prep Your Burlap Base
The first thing you want to do when creating a wreath is to prep your base. Using your burlap ribbon and hot glue, adhere one end of your ribbon to your frame and wrap the fabric around your wire frame until completely covered.
Step 2: Prep Your Butterflies & Add Onto The Frame
Remove the wire backing from each of your butterfly embellishments and using your hot glue, adhere them to the surface of your burlap covered wreath frame. Repeat until completely covered.
Note: Butterfly accessories will typically come with a wire or magnet backing to help it easily attach or detach from a project. Since we are looking to encourage a little more stability with our wreath decoration, we removed the wire backing our butterflies came with.
Step 3: Display & Enjoy
After your wreath has been fully covered and completed, display your pop of color and enjoy!
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What size wreath frame are you using with the supplies suggested?
Hi Tenley! Great question! We used an 18″ round frame. Hope this helps!