Garden Hose Spring Wreath

To say this is my favorite-ist wreath of all time is an understatement.  I have been longing to make this wreath for almost a year now!  I don’t garden.  I have a black thumb.  But if I could get something to grow half as pretty as this wreath, I would be thrilled!  This Garden Hose Spring Wreath screams SPRING!

Garden Hose Spring Wreath via createcraftlove.com #spring #wreath #garden

Wanna make your own Garden Hose Wreath?

Here’s what you need:

15 foot garden hose

Twist tie

Silk flowers

Butterfly clip

Garden gloves

Ribbon

Can you believe this garden hose was $7 at Wal-mart?  Seriously.  I was amazed by how light it is!

I started by coiling my hose and securing it with an extra large twist tie.

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Trim the silk flowers {mine were bunched}.

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Then I just randomly stuck the flowers into the twist tie until I liked how it looked.

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Add the garden gloves.

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And secure with ribbon!  {I just love this yellow ombre ribbon I found at Joann Fabric!}

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This Garden Hose Spring Wreath took ten minutes – at most!  And I just adore it!

Garden Hose Spring Wreath via createcraftlove.com #spring #wreath #garden

I added this sweet little orange butterfly clip when I was finished.  Isn’t she pretty?

Garden Hose Spring Wreath via createcraftlove.com #spring #wreath #garden

I just love how bright these garden gloves are!  {Another Joann Fabric find!}

Garden Hose Spring Wreath via createcraftlove.com #spring #wreath #garden

Garden Hose Spring Wreath via createcraftlove.com #spring #wreath #garden

So what do you think?  Are you ready to get out in your garden now?

Jill

Linking up here and here!

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Comments

  1. says

    I totally see why you love this wreath– clever and cute, a great combination. Where’d you get the inspiration for this? I’d have never thought of putting a hose on my door as a wreath!

  2. Carol Birch says

    What a great wreath! Can’t wait to make it. Unfortunately, here in Maine, we are awaiting 10-16 inches of snow tonight, so I think Spring may have to wait for a bit!

    • Jill @ Create.Craft.Love. says

      UGH, Carol! 16 inches?? I bet this is normal for you guys though. Spring will be here soon. Maybe you should make it today to ward off the pending snowfall!! Thanks for stopping bY!

  3. Julie @ Being Home says

    LOL! Ha! Love this. With that kind of wreath, you are bound to have a beautiful green yard / garden! The garden fairies and gnomes love you. lol

    Jill, very, very creative! :D

  4. says

    Shut the front door… or, garden gate! Ha! Anyway this is the cutest stinkin’ wreath I’ve seen for spring!! LOVE it! I can’t wait to copy and put it on my (future) garden gate next spring when our house is done. Great job, Jill! Pinned ;) xoxo

  5. Crystal says

    Absolutely adorable!! I love it!! I’m not ready for gardening (black thumb too), but I love the wreath!!

  6. says

    That is so stinkin’ cute! I think I’ll make my mom one of these soon! She’s gonna love it;) Pinning and following!

    Jenny from diywithjenandb.blogspot.com

  7. Kristen says

    Wow…that is cute! Never in a million years would I have thought to use a garden hose as a wreath form…your wreath definitely looks like it cost a lot more than it did to make…thanks for sharing the sources for the supplies! Makes it a lot easier for those of us that have to have one of our own!

  8. says

    This is THE MOST Adorable Spring Wreath I have seen!! I absolutely love this and I know my readers would, too!! We have a weekly link up party at allthingswithpurpose.com and we’d love to have you join us!! P.S. We are your newest FB like :)

  9. says

    I don’t have words to tell you how cute I think this is! Definitely pinning for one of my next projects! I have a black thumb too…but I try occasionally. My stepmom rocks at it though–she definitely needs one of these!

  10. says

    What a cute idea for a wreath! I have never seen anything like this, thanks for sharing. Stopping by from TT&J :)

    RamblingReed.blogspot.com

  11. Emily says

    thanks for linking to Tasteful Tuesdays! I would LOVE for you to add my party to your page :o) See you at the party again this week!

  12. says

    I absolutely LOVE this wreath. It just makes me want to browse the lawn & garden section at Wal-Mart for good ideas. Thanks for posting!

  13. lisa says

    Just googled “hose wreath”… by far yours is the best! Colorful, simple, fun – I love it. Others were way over done with stuff. Way to go!

  14. Nancy T says

    Love it!!! I’ve been looking for something spring-y that is not Easter. Will be sure to do this for gifts too! Thanks for sharing :)

  15. says

    Wow this is so creative – I LOVE it! I actually just included it on a spring wreath roundup on my blog. Thanks for the inspiration!

  16. Alyson says

    I LOVE THIS!! And have been itching to make it since I saw it featured on Artsy-Fartsy Mama! Got my garden hose today and flowers!! Can’t wait to get it on my door! Thanks!!

  17. says

    I don’t see much that is original and clever at the same time. This does it in spades. Hey wait- there’s probably a cute use of garden spades I could come up with. Hahahah

  18. Janice says

    Jill, Love it too, what a great and easy project. I have to tell you, I’ve been looking for the right color for my front door and I love ,love, love, the color of your door. Can you tell me what it is. I want to try and get shutters the same color as well! Thanks!

    Janice

  19. says

    Very cute. I have been looking for new ideas for front door decorations to change every month – this is sooooooooooooo cute! Thanks

    • Jill @ Create.Craft.Love. says

      Eek! so excited! Post a pic on my FB page so I can see how it turns out! facebook.com/createcraftlove

  20. says

    This is absolutely adorable! Your Tip Me Tuesday link is incredible this week! In fact, my readers would love to bookmark it in their craft rooms. Did you know that if you upload this blog post into your Tip Junkie craft room using at least 2 images, 2 steps, and blog post URL then Tip Junkie readers can favorite it which instantly bookmarks it so they can find it later? {Whoohoo!} ~ Laurie {a.k.a. the Tip Junkie}
    http://www.tipjunkie.com/post/how-to-add-a-craft-room-project-on-tip-junkie/

  21. says

    Hi Jill – just came across this blog post as I was searching for spring wreath projects to feature in our spring newsletter, Ruby for Women. I included a link back here to your blog to encourage our readers and followers to visit you. It should be posted on our blog by April 1 at http://www.rubyforwomen.com Please let me know if you would like us to feature any of your other craft projects in an upcoming newsletter. Thanks so much, Nina @ Ruby for Women

  22. Mary says

    Making one for my storage shed door,located in the back of my yard beside my one garden… will look cute and rich!

    • Jill @ Create.Craft.Love. says

      Should be working now, Jamie! Sorry for the inconvenience. With my new theme, some of the links need fixed.

  23. says

    Well, this just wins the “too darn cute” award of the YEAR! This is also one of those projects I wished I would have thought of! I’m gonna make it for sure! Thanks for the fab idea!!!

    • Jill @ Create.Craft.Love. says

      Thanks Karen! The social media comments have been so mean! So it was lovely to read your kind post today!

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