8 Spring Wreaths That Will Brighten Your Door This Season
These DIYs will inspire you to head to the craft store, or even your garden, for some beautiful-yet-easy decorations.
Spring Grass Wreath
No, you don't have to mow your lawn for this project—just pick up some grass-like fabric or furry yarn from a craft store. The decoration embodies everything we love about springtime, and requires very little effort or craftiness to put together. By using a green wreath base, you won't have to worry if your wrapping job isn't perfect.
Photo and idea from Capture the Details. Get the full tutorial here.
Floral Monogram Wreath
Any foam wreath base can be cut to mirror your (or your family's) monogram, and while this tutorial uses craft store silk flowers, you're welcome to be ambitious and use fresh flowers from your own garden. Just make sure you take the wreath down when the flowers start to wilt—or replace them with new ones!
Photo and idea from Daisy Mae Belle. Get the full tutorial here.
Cupcake Liner Wreath
Almost anything in your home can be repurposed in a craft project—even things you find in your pantry. This creative project uses fun, patterned cupcake liners and a few ribbon embellishments from the craft store, resulting in a unique wreath that no one else in the neighborhood will have on their door.
Photo and idea from The 36th Avenue. Get the full tutorial here.
Easter Candy Wreath
Those pastel holiday candies do taste really good—but they also look pretty hanging on the wall. Save yourself the stomachache and glue them into a wreath shape—it takes a little patience, but the result is a picture-perfect holiday decoration.
Photo and idea from Anna & Blue. Get the full tutorial here.
Fabric Scrap Wreath
This project uses a wire wreath frame, which you can find at almost any craft store, and random fabric swatches from around the house. Try to select fabrics with a similar color scheme for a more cohesive wreath, but you can certainly mix-and-match patterns and textures too.
Photo and idea from The Art of Homemaking. Get the full tutorial here.
Thin Spring Wreath
With a twig wreath base and tiny craft store flowers, you can construct a more delicate wreath that would look pretty on your front door—or take a cue from this blogger and make it part of your indoor decor. The entire project comes together quickly, so if you're looking for a fast spring craft to dress up your home before guests arrive, this is the perfect DIY.
Photo and idea from Lovelies in My Life. Get the full tutorial here.
Butterfly Paint Chip Wreath
Recycle old paint chips in this bright and beautiful spring door decoration. Use scissors or a die-cutter to get perfectly symmetrical butterfly shapes—or choose your favorite spring symbol. Other than that, all you'll need to buy is fabric.
Photo and idea from My Sister's Suitcase. Get the full tutorial here.