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Burlap Bee DIY Wreath
Burlap Bee DIY Wreath
This image courtesy of thecountrychiccottage.net

In the Designer's Words: "I have a super simple burlap bee spring wreath idea for you today! I love a good burlap wreath for my home anytime of the year. I thought a cute one for spring would be the perfect addition to our front door. Y’all already know I love a great quick and easy craft. I made sure that this one is a cinch to whip together. And that bee?? Oh he is so cute! I love the gold on the bee against the black and tan of the burlap ribbon!  This super simple burlap wreath is perfect for your home over the spring and summer.  Gather your supplies and make your own burlap bee spring wreath today!"

Estimated Cost$11-$20

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Primary TechniqueDIY Craft

Easy

Materials List

  • Wreath form (any form of your choice)
  • Burlap ribbon (I used this great black chevron)
  • Honey bee wood shape
  • spray paint (I used Krylon Bauhaus Gold)
  • Hot glue and glue gun

Instructions

  1. Wrap the wreath form with the burlap ribbon. Secure the ends with hot glue.

  2. Create a hanger out of additional burlap ribbon and secure with hot glue.

  3. Paint the bee outdoors with the spray paint. Set aside to dry.

  4. Once dry, use hot glue to attach to the side of the burlap wreath.

  5. Hang on your door and enjoy this burlap bee spring wreath!

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