Put a ring on spring with our twist on classic May Day flower cones. Place these petite hoops, dressed up with dried florals, onto your neighbors' door knobs to welcome this sunny month.
may day flower wreath on door
Paola + Murray

Spring has sprung, and your home's décor should reflect that. Seasonal flower arrangements are one way to showcase everything this time of year has to offer; wreaths are another popular choice. This year, however, rethink the size of the latter: Displaying a tiny hoop filled with dried florals on your door knob—not front and center—is a fun opportunity to nod to May Day flower cones, which are traditionally placed on loved ones' door knobs on the very first day of the month. Best of all, making these iterations couldn't be easier. Just hot-glue dried blooms and grasses to mini grapevine wreaths, then leave them hanging on friends' front doors and dash. The long-lasting loops will delight your inner circle well after May ends.

Art direction by Emma Warren

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What you need

Materials
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How to do it

Part 1

Step 1

Prep a few bundles of dried botanicals: Trim assorted flowers so the stems are 2 inches in length, and grasses to 5 inches long.

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Step 2

Starting at the bottom center of the wreath and working up each curved side, tuck the stems into the grapevine. Secure them in place with dabs of hot glue.

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