DIY Succulent Spring Wreath - Handmade in the Heartland

DIY Succulent Spring Wreath

This spring succulent wreath is an easy and quick craft that will spruce up your front door for spring! 
This post has been sponsored by JOANNs. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
How to make a succulent wreath
You guys! I'm completely obsessed with this succulent wreath! It might be the easiest thing you make this spring! All the supplies from this project were purchased at JOANNs. I knew I wanted a new wreath for my front door and I went with the idea to purchase silk tulips. As I walked around the floral section I found these faux succulents and fell in love!

spring front door wreath made with succulents
I didn't even have to hot glue it together because the succulent stems were secure enough in the grapevine wreath to stay put. Which also means that I can re-use this wreath form when I grow tired of the succulents or want to change it up for holidays! Even the center wood sign is made with vinyl lettering that can be removed and updated. 
faux succulent wreath perfect for spring
I also had originally thought I would just put a simple "welcome" on the wood sign but as I created the wreath I felt like I wanted something a little bit different. I thought "Love grows here" was an appropriate saying for spring and for our home. Would you put this phrase on your front door? Or would you prefer a more simple "welcome"?
Make a spring wreath with faux succulents!
As I was making this wreath I shared little snippits on Instagram stories and asked for advice if I should paint the wood sign. I opted to leave it natural because it goes so beautifully with the grapevine wreath and succulents. I'm super happy with the result of this everyday wreath!
beautiful faux succulents look real!
To get the full instructions for how to make this gorgeous wreath head on over to It's so easy, it will take you less than an hour to make and you'll be so happy with the results!
How to make a faux succulent wreath
If you make this please let me know! It thrills me to hear from you and see what you've made! Leave a comment or tag me on Instagram (@handmadeintheheartland) or facebook!

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