How To Make a Lima Bean Wreath

A few months ago I saw a gorgeous wreath over at All Things Thrifty, and fell in love. It was both beautiful and also used a totally unexpected element, lima beans! How clever is that? I just knew I had to make a lima bean wreath for myself.

 Isn’t it just perfect when it comes to Easter wreaths?

How to make a DIY Lima Bean Spring Wreath. #easter #spring #wreath

Supplies I Used for Lima Bean Wreath…
3 Bags of Baby Limas
Robin’s Egg Blue Acrylic Paint
Brown Ribbon Bow { I found this ribbon at Wal-Mart }

 I am thrilled with it and it is so colorful and pretty on my front door.

A few friends have commented that they would love to make one. Head on over and check out the tutorial and you will be excited to get started on your own. Be sure and get comfy and have some patience, perhaps a good movie while you glue on limas! 

If you love this Spring Wreath, you will also enjoy our Burlap Ribbon Easter Wreath

Burlap Ribbon Easter Wreath via

and also our Robin’s Egg Blue Easter Egg Wreath

Robin's Egg Blue Easter Egg Wreath via #Easter #Wreath

So many great choices, but do you see a theme….hmmm….blue!

 Happy Spring Everyone!



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Trish Flake

Author/Co-Owner at Uncommon Designs
Hey y'all! I am Trish and one half of the creative team at Uncommon Designs. I adore party planning, holiday celebrations, and all things crafty! I am so excited to share my creative adventures with you!

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  1. says

    holy lima beans!

    i can’t imagine the patiences this took. but i also know that sometimes i love to get “lost” in a craft…it is like therapy for me!
    so detailed. beautiful & even.

    thanks for coming to the Spring Fling Party. it was a pleasure having you!!!


  2. says

    Are you serious? I’ve been in love with this wreath, and I’ve been too chicken to do it. You did it!! You’re way cooler than I am! I love it!

  3. says

    I love the element of unexpected and the texture of this wreath. You did a wonderful job. Thank you for sharing. This is my first time at your lovely blog via This Blessed Nest but I will be returning.


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