Spring is here!!   I only know this because I went home to Tennessee last week and got to see daffodils, Japanese quince, and dogwoods blooming!

It was so refreshing to see these beautiful reminders that…well…winter didn’t kill everything.

Since here in Florida it already feels like summer I thought I would ‘make a little spring’ to have inside our house.

McCall Manor Spring Wreath

This is just made with card stock from JoAnn’s, a foam wreath form and tiny brads.  And of course there is hot glue involved.  Nothing says ‘craft project’ like hot glue…

On the Silhouette Online store I found a cut file for a ranunculus  flower.  I downloaded it and then played with the sizes.  There are 3 different sizes of flowers on this wreath.

A small circle was added to the center of each petal group so that the petals could attach to each other with a brad.

McCall Manor spring wreath

Once the petal groups were cut, I curled the individual petals with my finger.  Then they were layered and stuck together with the brad.

McCall Manor spring wreath

For this wreath, there are 13 flowers ranging in size and color.

McCall Manor spring wreath

I wrapped the wreath form with leftover green ribbon.

Two different sizes.

My Grandmother and Mother have a saying for when something isn’t quite perfect:  “It’ll never be noticed on a galloping horse.  And my dear, that’s the only kind of horse you ride.”

That might just be my mantra.

McCall Manor spring wreath

Once the flowers were placed ‘randomly’ around the wreath, I cut some leaves and stuck them on with hot glue.

McCall Manor Spring Wreath

So while it’s not a  bunch daffodils, I’ll take it.

After all, that galloping horse I’m riding wouldn’t let me slow down to smell the flowers anyway…




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47 Responses to Spring Wreath

  1. Jamie Cripps says:

    This is amazing! I love what you did with the flower cut!

  2. This is beautiful!!! I need to make one just like it!! If you’d like, I’d love to see it linked up at a party I’m co-hosting! I’m sure it would get lots of clicks!! The colors are just beautiful!

  3. Wow Holly! I think you out did yourself! This is spectacular! I may need to add a flower embellishment to my wreath!

  4. This wreath is gorgeous! Love it!

  5. Andrea Kruse says:

    So pretty! I love the colors you chose for your wreath. Great colors for Spring. I have wanted to try making the 3-D flowers, now I am going to have to give it a go. I am stopping by as a fellow Silhouette Challenge Blogger.

  6. Jamie says:

    Wow, this is gorgeous! Pinning and sharing today. So fun being on the tour with you!

  7. Jackie B says:

    Love the wreath! I have been saying “if you can’t see it from a galloping horse then it doesn’t matter” for at least 30 years if not longer! So fun to see someone else using “my phrase”!

  8. Kristy gd says:

    I love that saying! I simply must find a use for it now since it feels like I’m constantly riding on a galloping horse. (p.s. the wreath is amazing too!)

  9. Nancy says:

    Love this! Very pretty!

  10. jogry says:

    Love your site! Thanks for the lovely tutorials. I am the only one person who does stamping and having a Cameo in Bali. Sometimes difficult to keep energized.
    Greetings Jogry

  11. Peggy says:

    It really is a beautiful wreath! I loved helping you make it (well, sitting and talking to you while you made it)! You are such a creative girl! Love you bunches!

  12. Tammy says:

    This is so beautiful and would look so nice in my dining room. Pinning

  13. Kala Duncan says:

    Love it!!!! Crazy still that it’s made from paper!! 🙂

  14. Kate Creasey says:

    This is truly lovely. I make a wall hanging of some kind for a friend of mine who resides in a nursing home this is a great idea of something to make for her. thanks for sharing. hope you’ll check out my contribution at http://www.katespapercreations.com/2014/04/spring-has-sprung-subway-art.html

  15. love this wreath! And I love galloping horses 🙂 Thanks for sharing on Snickerdoodle Sunday!!

  16. Oh my goodness, this is so, SO lovely!!! And I love how the texture of the paper adds a little extra something to each of your flowers. I need to go track down this cut file!
    I also love the galloping horses saying; I need to remember that for myself!

  17. Sara says:

    What beautiful flowers and the wreath is gorgeous! GREAT work!!!!

  18. This wreath is beautiful, i adore the lovely muted colours.

  19. Katie Adams says:

    This wreath is absolutely gorgeous!

  20. Adore all the soft shades of pink and cream, simply gorgeous!

  21. liz ni says:

    that’s beautiful!

  22. Hey Girl! It’s Deonna from the Child at Heart blog. I was just stopping by to say hello! This wreath is so pretty and I love the layered flowers. I might just have to pin this and make it soon before spring is over :)I am doing a great spring necklace giveaway and would love for you to come by and enter to win 🙂 Have a joyful week!

  23. Very pretty Holly! I used some ranunculus in my project too! There are just too cute not to! I love the color combinations that you chose!

  24. Lindsay says:

    What a BEAUTIFUL wreath!!! Seriously, I need to get a silhouette just so I can make one or ten of these!! Great job. 🙂
    Lindsay @Counrty Girl Home

    • hollymcc says:

      Lindsay, I just went to snoop around your blog and I LOVE it!!! Your sense of style in your decor is just yummy! Glad you stopped by here. 🙂 Oh and yes, I think it’s perfectly logical to get a silhouette machine just to make the wreath. 😉

  25. That is so pretty! I love the colours you used. It sounds like your weather in Florida is similar to our weather here in Brisbane Australia. It is meant to be Fall here but we have just had a hot week at the beach!

    If you have a minute to spare please pop by and say g’day and perhaps even link up your post to my Say G’Day Linky Party! This would be a wonderful addition.

    Best wishes,
    Natasha in Oz

  26. This is simply stunning….and gorgeous! I love it! Goodness gracious I need a Circut!!! =) Pin’ing and sharing ASAP

  27. Connie says:

    That is so beautiful! I need a silhouette now!

  28. Such a beautiful paper-crafted wreath!

  29. Nancherrow says:

    This is so sweet and pretty! What a perfect way to welcome Spring. Thanks for sharing at Fridays Unfolded!


  30. Hey Holly!
    Thanks so much for linking up at the Link It or Lump It link party! I absolutely love your paper flower wreath! I have actually been thinking about doing something similar for my back door. I am going to feature yours this week, so stop back on Sunday.
    PS. I have no idea how I missed your lovely spring wreath on the Sil Challenge group this month. (I use my other blog Silhouette School to submit, etc). I just love it!

  31. Elizabeth says:

    This is so gorgeous! I loooove the colors. You don’t happen to know the names of the cardstock colors, do you? Just beautiful.

    • hollymcc says:

      Hey, thank you for the sweet comment! I don’t have a clue as to the colors unfortunately. I purchased all of the pinks/cream at Joann’s. The green for the leaves was from my own stash.
      Just look for muted colors, that’s all I did. 🙂
      Good luck!

  32. Hi Holly, I found your blog through MyPaperCraze. I just love this wreath. Although I don’t own a Silhouette, I do have a Tim Holtz die that I think would work for this project. I just love the colors, so pretty.

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