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Check out these DIY Spring Wreaths to make and place on your front door. They are fun and beautiful and a great way to greet spring.
Placing a spring wreath on your front door is a perfect way to welcome spring!
Seems like we wait all winter for some nicer weather and the beauty of flowers to start showing through the dirt. One way to celebrate the start of spring is to make a spring wreath and place it on your front door.
You can also buy a spring wreath, but making it yourself can save you a lot of money and be fun to make!
Check out these DIY spring wreath ideas to see which one you want to make for your home.
DIY Spring Wreaths
Rustic "Embroidery Hoop Style" Spring DIY Wreath ($5 to Make!)
This rustic wreath is quite elegant. It has boxwood leaves/branches and roses making it look beautiful.
Farmhouse Wreath with Sign
I love how unique this farmhouse wreath is. With the sign you could customize and the chicken wire wrapped around the top - you won't find anyone else with this same wreath.
Baseball Decor - DIY Baseball Wreath
Any baseball fans in the house? This baseball wreath is a fun springtime wreath that shows off your love of baseball.
How To Make An Easy DIY Eucalyptus Wreath – Step By Step Tutorial
This eucalyptus wreath is not only beautiful, but it smells wonderful as well. The green and white fit all decor styles and will look wonderful on your front door.
Hydrangea Door Wreath
Hydrangea flowers are so pretty. This wreath with hydrangea flowers and the white bow on it is stunning and will look great on your front door.
How to Make a Tulip Wreath
Tulips are a flower that are one of the first flowers to appear during the spring. This wreath is a great way to welcome spring with tulips on it.
Deco Mesh Spring Wreath
This deco mesh spring wreath will really stand out on your door! The bright colors are cheerful and scream spring!
DIY Spring Wreath
This grapevine wreath is cute with the large bow at top and the blue flowers along the bottom.
Make This Simple Spring Farmhouse Wreath in Minutes!
This simple farmhouse wreath has eucalyptus and faux white flowers that look like peonies. It's pretty and will look wonderful welcoming guests on your front door this spring.
Garden Shovel Wreath DIY
This garden shovel wreath, isn't exactly a wreath, but it's a super cute hanger for your front door during spring.
I LOVE how quick and simple this project is. And you know how much I love gardening and using a gardening shovel for a wreath is great!
How to Make a Spring Wreath
This cute spring wreath has a bunny and carrots on it. I'm not sure that anything symbolizes spring as much as bunnies do. It's really cute for hanging on your front door.
Easy Floral Wreath DIY
This floral wreath looks complicated, but it's actually fairly simple to make, especially if you follow the tips in the post. I love the roses mixed with the nautical rope.
DIY Upcycled Umbrella Flower Arrangement - With Video
This umbrella flower arrangement is super cute for the front door! I live in the Pacific NW where we get quite a bit of rain during the spring and the tulips and umbrella seem very fitting for spring.
DIY Spring Hoop Wreath- Crafts by Amanda the blog
This spring hoop wreath is simple and elegant. It's easy to make. I love the eucalyptus hanging down inside the wreath.
Simple Lavender Grapevine Wreath DIY
Anyone else love lavender? This wreath uses real (or you can opt to use fake if you prefer) lavender flowers so you end up with a great smelling wreath! The lavender looks great with the grapevine.
DIY Dollar Store Yellow Spring Wreath
This wreath looks great and it's super budget friendly. She was able to make it for only $5! She made it in yellow, which is perfect for spring, but her store also had other spring colors such as pink or purple.
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Jenny is a homeschooling Mom to 3 active boys. She lives in an old 1915 farmhouse and loves it.
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