Welcome guests with these cheerful designs.
Square Grass Wreath
You can keep this sophisticated wreath on your door for the whole spring season—and use it again next year. Take a fake grass mat (you can purchase at a craft store or on Amazon) and cut out the middle section in a square shape. You can spray paint plastic eggs to get a speckled effect or buy some and then glue them (along with other details like a little nest or fake butterflies) to the grass. Attach the wreath to a frame with a muslin bow and hang the whole thing on your door.
Photo and idea from A Diamond in the Stuff. See the how-to here.
Baker’s Twine Spring Wreath
Spray Paint Grapevine Wreath
The grapevine wreath’s oval shape is a subtle nod to an Easter egg, without going too overboard. For a gold-dipped effect, cover the rest of the wreath that you don’t want to paint with a flattened cardboard box and spray-paint the exposed portion. Spray and let dry and spray again until you get the desired color. Add a ribbon or flowers to the wreath as a finishing touch.
Photo and idea from Baby Rabies. See the how-to here.
If you’ve procrastinated until Easter weekend, you can still make a welcoming wreath for your guests by Sunday. Purchase an inexpensive wreath with flowers or greenery from the craft store—or use an old wreath that you don’t mind customizing for Easter. Decorate plastic eggs with ribbon or ric rac trim and glue them to the pre-made wreath.
Photo and idea from Design Improvised. See the how-to here.
Gold Egg Wreath
For a modern take, try creating this colorful and metallic wreath. Take a twig wreath and spray paint it bright pink (or any bold color). Then cover plastic eggs with gold glitter spray paint, let dry, and glue them onto the pink wreath. It makes for an easy and eye-catching look for your front door.
Photo and idea from The Homesteady. See the how-to here.
Cardboard Easter Wreath
Upcycle those cardboard boxes you got from moving or online shopping and create this adorable wreath. Trace and cut out a large ring shape from the cardboard and paint—this will be the wreath base. With a craft knife or scissors, cut out various Easter-themed shapes (think eggs, bunnies, flowers) and paint. After all of the pieces are dry, assemble them together with glue.
Photo and idea from Little Red Window. See the how-to here.