Hi there! I must admit, I'm really not much of a wreath girl; so often they are much too overdone for my personal taste. As it happens though, my front door is brown, which is decidedly not very Spring-y. In the back of my mind I had been thinking of ideas for a more modern wreath when, one day, I looked at a pile of linen scraps and decided to make just one simple linen flower to adorn a natural grapevine wreath.
I cut out simple four petaled flower shapes in three different sizes and stacked them up, overlapping the petals and simply stitched them together until the flower took shape. Then I added an antique button from my stash in the center and attached the flower to the wreath with a needle and thread until it was sturdy. My doorway is protected, but the wreath has been hanging for several weeks and still looks great.