Tuesday, April 5, 2016

Make A Pansy Living Wreath For Spring! Easy!

Ok ok!  Lets face it, I only do easy things!  Sad to say, but with four children I am now totally uninterested in any projects that takes several hours of undivided attention.  I just don't have that luxury anymore.   So pretty much all my projects fall into the fast, easy, and cheap category.  If your looking for tedious, complex, and expensive you'll have to go to another blog!

This idea is so cute, so easy, and so cheap!  I am in love.  First off it only requires four items, second off its pansies.  I love pansies, they are one of my favorite flowers!  Now that spring is coming I want to get into gardening.  The nice thing is that pansies are extremely cold hardy so even with temps still below 50 they will grow and thrive.  Wouldn't this look amazing?

I found this cool idea over at Kinsman Company

Living Wreath Planting Instructions


  1. I love this idea. Always looking for a wreath for the porch by my front door. Plastic ones only last one season. Would love something like this there. Thanks.

  2. So pretty! Thank you for the sweet and beautiful idea!

  3. What a clever idea, love the Pansy Wreath! Thank you for sharing with the Clever Chicks Blog Hop! I hope you’ll join us again next week!

    Kathy Shea Mormino
    The Chicken Chick

  4. I just found your blog....LOVE it!!! I am going to do this for my front porch this year. I live in Colorado, so I won't be able to make one and put it out until near the end of May, but a girl can dream!

    Honey Hill Farm

  5. A wonderful work and idea!
    Greetings from Germany

  6. This is a stunning and unique wreath! I would love to make one for my mom and mother-in-law for Mother's Day. Thank you so much for the lovely inspiration and for sharing with Roses of Inspiration.

  7. Such a beautiful wreath, love that it is alive!!

  8. Good morning, my dear! I wanted to let you know that this delightful wreath has been featured at Roses of Inspiration. Thank you so much for joining the party last week - we would love to see you again.

    Hugs and blessings!


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