From Thrift Store Frame to Spring Wreath in 15 Minutes

Happy Tuesday, Friends! It's time for this month's Creative Craft blog hop! Today I'll show you how to repurpose a thrift store frame to create a simple spring wreath in 15 minutes or less. Plus I raided my craft stash for supplies and I bet you can too

repurposed frame spring wreath

Welcome! If you hopped over after visiting our creative hostess, Sara from Birdz of a Feather, aren't her fabric design tips wonderful? I shopped my home for accents to pair with my thrifted frame so this sweet wreath is simple and thrifty! You can customize it according to your preferences and what you have on hand. (I've also included pink affiliate links for any supplies you may not have.)  Start by wrapping greenery around an oval wreath. I used wired greenery so it didn't require any additional adhesive to secure it. TIP: You can use more or less greenery or floral stems, attaching it with a glue gun if it isn't wired. 

repurposed frame spring wreath
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Next:
Attach a decorative nest with fishing line (or a glue gun) near the bottom of the frame. Then: Add speckled eggs--I used tacky putty to secure mine. Last: Tie a ribbon bow at the bottom of the frame and hang your new wreath! 

repurposed frame spring wreath

Here's a view of it hanging in my living room as featured in my spring home tour!

repurposed thrift store frame spring wreath


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repurposed frame spring wreath

I'm so glad you stopped by today! Next up is Allyson from Southern Sunflowers! Enjoy visiting the rest of today's featured bloggers below:

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From Thrift Store Frame to Spring Wreath in 15 Minutes


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  1. So simple and elegant; love this Cecilia!

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  2. I love this style, minimalist and classy. You've made something that will stand the test of time. Beautiful work.

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  3. I love using old frames as wreaths and yours turned out lovely, Cecilia.

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  4. How pretty is this? It is simple, elegant and perfect for Spring. I love the copper bird hanger!

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  5. Such a lovely wreath. Of course that frame was a great find to begin with. Glad you found a way to reuse it. It turned out so pretty.

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  6. What a great idea Cecelia! An oval frame makes a perfect wreath! So simple but so pretty, and you can easily switch out the elements for different seasons. The bird wreath hanger is so cute~ and perfect for your Spring theme!
    Jenna

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  7. I enjoy seeing different ways that thrifted items can be made into something pretty and special like your frame wreath. You had me at thrifty and using supplies on hand.

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  8. You created quite a lovely wreath using a picture frame, Cecelia! It's a refreshing idea from the usual grapevine wreath! Thanks for the inspiration!

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  9. I never met an oval frame I didn't love! This is so simple and understated! I can see redoing it for every season! Making me almost ambitious enough to try some crafting!!!

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  10. What a sweet, simple wreath project. Love how you attached the eggs and nest!

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