10 Stunning Summer Wreath Tutorials

A summer wreath is an easy way to decorate for the season. These 10 tutorials include a sea-shell wreath (perfect for the beach lover!), to a succulent wreath for those with a simple home-decor sense and love a burst of green. No matter which style fits your fancy, the summer wreath you pick is sure to stun!

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  • Patriotic Wreath 2 of 11

    Hang a patriotic wreath for the 4th of July and leave up all summer.

    Get the tutorial at Naptime Crafts.

  • Floral Wreath 3 of 11

    Fake flowers work well for making this summer floral wreath.

    Get the tutorial at Simpsonized Crafts.

  • Ribbon Wreath 4 of 11

    Use ribbon and feathers to make this colorful wreath.

    Check out the tutorial at Pretty Prudent.

  • Chevron Wreath 5 of 11

    Add a little chevron to your home with this wreath.

    Check out the tutorial at The Crafted Sparrow.

  • Succulent Wreath 6 of 11

    Succulents are definitely in style this summer.

    Get the tutorial at Pretty Prudent.

  • Shell Wreath 7 of 11

    Bring the beach to your home with a sea shell wreath.

    Check out the tutorial at Busy Kids = Happy Mom.

  • Pinwheel Wreath 8 of 11

    Learn how to use to paper to make this rainbow, pinwheel wreath.

    Get the tutorial at Wine & Glue.

  • Beaded Wreath 9 of 11

    Start collecting wooden beads to decorate your door with this wreath.

    See the tutorial at The Silly Pearl.

  • Umbrella Wreath 10 of 11

    Save the umbrellas from your drinks to make this.

    Get the tutorial at Family Chic.

  • Lemon Wreath 11 of 11

    Greet your neighbors with this lemony fresh wreath.

    Check out the tutorial at A Diamond in the Stuff.

Jacinda Boneau is a fabric designer and founding co-editor at Pretty Prudent, the premier design and lifestyle blog providing inspiration and instruction to help anyone create beautiful things, food, and experiences for their friends and family.

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