This lovely DIY Eucalyptus Spring Wreath was so simple & inexpensive to make and is the perfect way to welcome Spring to your home!
Is there any way better to welcome in a new season than with a lovely new wreath? Whether it’s hanging on your front door, in a window, over your fireplace, on your range hood (my new fave!) or just filling some empty wall space, a pretty seasonal wreath is an easy way to bring some life to any space!
Of course, the obvious choice to hang a wreath is on the front door, which is undoubtedly a perfect way to bring a cozy, welcoming feel. But, one of my favourite places to display a lovely wreath in our home, is hanging it on the range hood in our kitchen space. With our kitchen renovation finally finished up late last Fall (see the full tour of it here), I could not wait to finally have a hood fan I could decorate (we’d been living for more than a year without a range hood). Hanging a beautiful Christmas wreath over that simple white range hood was one of those renovation milestones I’d been picturing for ages and I loved the coziness it brought to the space just as much as I’d know I would.
When the time came to pack up the decorations in January, I was so sad to see that little pop of colour in our kitchen space go. And I’ve missed the coziness that wreath brought to our kitchen every day since. As Spring began to roll in, I found myself looking for that bit of colour and life in our kitchen again and knew instantly that I wanted to bring back a simple wreath for our hood fan – one with lots of greenery and just a bit of subtle colour.
And I think I found it in this simple DIY eucalyptus Spring wreath (which I totally plan to leave up all Summer too)!
I can’t wait to show you how simple and inexpensive it was to make!
How to make your own DIY Eucalyptus Spring Wreath
You won’t need much in terms of materials to whip up your own eucalyptus Spring wreath: a simple grapevine wreath (I worked with the 10″ size here), 5 or 6 faux eucalyptus branches (I found mine at IKEA, but these look to be a great quality too and are an even less expensive option), a faux hydrangea stem, and some simple twill ribbon to hang it.
You can see how I put it all together to make this lovely Spring wreath in the video below:
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And keep an eye out to see how I put this pretty wreath to work in my kitchen space with my Spring home tour next week.
Thanks so much for popping by! Wishing you SUCH a lovely day!