18 April 2016

DIY Spring Lemon Wreath

When I woke up Saturday morning, a "ting," when off in my head and I realized that I 

had forgotten to take down my Easter Wreath and replace it with a Spring Wreath.

Wreaths are sort of my "thing," so how could I forget?

I know now what it was.

I didn't really want to take the time away from my garden to be inside.

Can you blame me...



So I have a 20 minute wreath makeover that streamlined the entire process.

It involves using those wonderful floral garlands that you can find at any craft store,

or discount store too.

Then wrapping and swirling and whirling them all about until well you have an amazingly 

easy wreath to add Spring zing to your front door.

It really is a no-fail project and aren't those just so fun!



You know by now that I am just a little bit obsessed with Lemons this year, I recently made 

Lemon Icebox Pie.

I have added lemons to my Real working kitchen-vignette.

I am still eyeing those Lemon Trees at the garden center too.

That's a whole lot of lemons!



Well, you see this project all begins with a wreath from the Autumn retreat home tour

those whirly, wispy, colorful floral garlands, lemons and just a little bit of time.




Supplies~

1. Grapevine wreath
2. Faux flowers
3. Floral garland
4. Lemons
5. Hot glue gun and sticks




Directions~

1. Use a new or recycled wreath. 

2. If using a recycled wreath from a different season remove all those seasonal stems and bow.
Set aside and save in a plastic bag for another use.

3. Gather up all of your supplies including that wonderful whirly garland.

4. Heat up the glue gun to glue those bright and beautiful lemons on your wreath.

5. Wrap, tuck, and glue until it looks good to you.

Hang the finished wreath on your door!






Coming up this week and for the next 8 weeks will be a step by step guide on how to plan 

an Art and Craft retreat at your home.

Yes indeed, I am hosting a Texas Bloggers Art/Craft Retreat and one that I hope will 

become a yearly tradition.

xoxo

Love Of HomeDwellings, Life and LindaCozy Little HouseDaily CupFrench Country Cottage

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Jemma's home is a quiet spot nestled among the trees. You might find me writing, reading, or puttering in my Greenhouse, tweaking a recipe, crafting a wreath or loving on my grands. Always living with a grateful heart.

42 comments:

  1. Hello Jemma, I love your pretty wreath and anything with lemons. YUM! Happy Monday, enjoy your new week ahead!

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  2. Loving the pop of yellow you used on your door, it's gorgeous. Plus, I know how you feel, I need to vacuum, but the thought of being inside on a gorgeous day like I am getting today? Makes me sick! So vacuuming can wait...lol

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  3. Jemma love the aesthetic nature of your reinventing an Easter wreath for a Spring Lemon beauty! I too love lemons and add them to many recipes. Your lemon icebox pie looks very refreshing and a perfect warm weather treat. Today we're reaching 79 in Philadelphia, maybe today ;-D I love visiting your blog seeing all the creative energy and design you adorn your home and nuture your family with. Hope to see a post in and about your lovely gardens soon.
    xoxo,
    Vera

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  4. Love the wreath! Wish I lived in TX so I could meet you!
    Brenda

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  5. Your wreath is very pretty and so fresh for spring!

    I am so looking forward to the art retreat and spending time with the girls. ;)

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  6. Your wreath is very happy. Looking forward to the creat retreat!

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  7. Beautiful! Your house is smiling for sure! Every time one of you ladies mentions a get together I think it's wonderful. I wish I lived closer so I could crash your party!! ;)

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  8. Love your lemon wreath! It looks adorable! I'm looking forward to reading about your art and craft retreat!

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  9. Love your Lemon Wreath. You should get some Myers Lemon trees, they are wonderful. I have one and I love it and the lemons are to die for.

    Thanks for the DIY and I am looking forward to the Art and Craft retreat.

    Happy week.

    Mary

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  10. Oh Jemma, I'm loving anything lemon too! Your wreath is so pretty! <3

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  11. The wreath is so fresh and pretty, Jemma.
    I wish I lived close enough to sign up for your retreat! I'll be watching your blog with a great deal of interest as you get ready. Good luck with it!

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  12. Me too Jemma, wish I lived in Texas! Thats going to be a whole lot of fun! Your lemon wreath is adorable! I love lemons too!!! How cute they look in a wreath! I bet we'll be reading about a lemon tree very soon!!?? ;) looking forward to seeing that!;) xoxo
    Linda

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  13. Me too Jemma, wish I lived in Texas! Thats going to be a whole lot of fun! Your lemon wreath is adorable! I love lemons too!!! How cute they look in a wreath! I bet we'll be reading about a lemon tree very soon!!?? ;) looking forward to seeing that!;) xoxo
    Linda

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  14. Love your wreath. Don't feel bad, one day my husband came home and took the Easter wreath off the door as he walked in! Oops! I forgot all about it! I haven't replaced it yet but now I'm inspired to.
    Yay, I can't wait for the retreat! Have a good week.

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  15. This is so pretty, always love lemons - think it's the shade of yellow that embraces my attraction and then of course the taste so refreshing. Like how you jazzed this up very pretty entry. Looking forward to this retreat!

    Carole @ Garden Up Green

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  16. Hi Jemma, I'm a lemon girl myself, love them for cooking and decorating. I love your pretty lemon wreath, it sure makes your beautiful entry welcoming for spring. Thanks for sharing…….
    Happy week…….

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  17. Jemma
    Your wreath is so pretty! Yellow is such a bright happy color!

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  18. I can smell the lemon scent looking at your wreath. It has such a cheerful and happy feel. Just like the freshness of lemon.

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  19. Such a lovely wreath , full of sunshine. It makes me happy looking at it and your entry is so gorgeous Jemma. Have a lovely week and thank you for sharing at DI&DI. xo

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  20. Jemma, your lemon yellow wreath is just wonderful. It really looks nice hanging on your front door. And it definitely says "spring." Your front porch is so welcoming, and I noticed the angel that I love so much. I saw one just like it at a shop nearby, and thought of you. :)

    love, ~Sheri

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  21. I love lemons...your wreath is a beauty!

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  22. Your lemon wreath is so perfect for spring and summer! Looks beautiful and cheery on your door.

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  23. I guess you know how I feel about lemons ;). There's no such thing as a happier color than yellow.

    So what's this about a retreat?? It should be fun, and a wonderful tradition as there are so many bloggers down your way.

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  24. The lemon tree in my greenhouse has 6 lemons on it right now! Go get yourself a tree the flowers smell amazing too! Love the wreath, K

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  25. Awe...loving your lemon wreath! How pretty! I too one summer got on a lemon kick. Everything was lemons with blue and white dishes! I wish I had a lemon tree...well...I might just need to get one! Hugs and blessings, Cindy

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  26. Your lemony enhanced wreath is a welcome touch to your front door, Jemma! Speaking of lemons...I made your lemon ice box pie and it is delicious! I hope you don't mind if I share the recipe next week on my blog?? I will be sure to link back to you, if it's alright. xo

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  27. Lemon theme is just perfect for this time of year.
    It looks great.

    All the best Jan

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  28. That is so pretty, Jemma! I can say firsthand, you should plant a lemon tree or two....we have a Lisbon (it's a fairly large lemon) and a Meyer (makes delicious lemonade). You would love it!

    I made your Lemon Ice Box Pie this morning and hope it will be set up enough for dessert tonight!

    Your arched front entry and door are just beautiful!

    Warm hugs,
    Carol

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  29. Hi Jemma, I love your pretty lemon wreath. Just the perfect touch for springtime and on into the warm lemonade days of summer. I'm loving lemons this season too. They just loo so refreshing. Thank you for sharing and inspiring my friend. Your porch entrance looks so inviting and beautiful. Love it. Enjoy a nice evening and stay dry!! Blessings xo

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  30. Your wreath is so pretty and your retreat sounds wonderful!

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  31. Very pretty, Jenma! It makes your entry so inviting....Christine

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  32. Jemma, it's fabulous! How I love lemons. And wreaths. And together, what a wonderful combination. I'll bet it's a bit fragrant, too -- oh, what a wonderful scent! Very nice!

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  33. I love lemons and everything lemony, so I love your wreath so much!! What a great idea to glue lemons to it!! Thanks for the tutorial! Your front door is spectacular too!! :)

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  34. What a wonderful wreath, Jemma, sunny and cheerful as spring itself!
    The front door of your home looks gorgeous. I'm really looking forward to seeing more photos of your home. :)
    Thank you for hosting!

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  35. Oh I love your pretty wreath you made Jemma!
    I hope you enjoy the beautiful spring weather. :)

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  36. I am a wreath fanatic Jemma, and I adore your lemon creation!! How long do you think the lemons will last? It looks fabulous!
    Jenna

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  37. A truly gorgeous upcycle! I adore the cheerful addition of the lemons.

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  38. Your spring wreath is so cute. By the way, I am in love with your entrance and door. Beautiful!

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  39. Your sweet, pretty lemon wreath is going to be one of the features this week at Dishing It! & Digging It! I'm so glad you linked it up!

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  40. LOVE this wreath!! So pretty and so fresh looking!! Thanks so much for stopping by!!

    Hugs,
    Deb

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  41. Thanks for sharing your beautiful wreath with SYC.

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