Welcome your Passover or Easter guests with a beautiful, fresh spring wreath.
Forsythia, greenery, and limes pack a punch of color!
Start with a simple grapevine wreath.
Walk your yard and gather the greenery you already own.
I cut branches off my forsythia bush, jessamine vines, and variegated privet bush.
If your forsythia isn’t blooming yet click here to find out how to force them into bloom.
Use what you have. Do you have boxwood, holly, cherry, or plum trees?
Tuck your greenery into the grapevine.
Make sure to have a wire cutter and some floral wire on hand.
For those unruly branches, use the wire to tie them down to the grapevine wreath.
Poke a hole into one end of the limes with a paperclip or skewer and then thread a piece of floral wire through the hole you just made.
When placing objects on a wreath, always try to use an odd number of objects. I used 5 limes.
As long as your temperatures are cool, your wreath will last a few days.
Direct sunlight will shorten the life of your wreath’s blooms but your greens will last longer.
This simple, fresh wreath project says, “Welcome to Our Home”.
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