I can tell that spring is finally on its way – the warm weather is starting and the plants are blooming (at least in my neck of the woods!). I’m getting motivated to do some spring crafts to decorate my space. The first order of business is to get a new wreath on the front door. I pulled together a collection of wreaths that inspire me – I’m not sure which one to make, but I’d love suggestions! I love spring wreaths and the welcoming feeling they add to my place. Click through the slideshow below to see my picks, then tell me which one is your favorite!
12 Cute Spring Wreaths to Make 1 of 13Click through the slideshow to see them!
Garden Hose 2 of 13Use a regular garden hose to make this unique and fun door wreath!
Get the how to at Create.Craft.Love.
Chevron Burlap 3 of 13Use bright ribbon and felt rosettes to make a statement with this easy wreath.
See how to do it at Piccadilly Peddler
Spring Bunting 4 of 13I love the contrast of the bright pink flowers and the bunting against the gray wreath.
Learn how it was made at Silhouette Blog
Polka Dots 5 of 13I love the painted polka dots on the base of this wreath - and the painted balls add an interesting touch as well.
Visit the post at Positively Splendid
No Glue Required 6 of 13I love that this simple wreath just uses fabric scraps and push pins.
Learn how it was made at The Red Barn Blog
Robin’s Eggs 7 of 13Use plastic eggs to create the look of something you'd really find in a nest.
Learn how it was made at UCreate Crafts
Split Peas 8 of 13This wreath gives a natural look to your seasonal decor, and is budget friendly!
Find the how to at Little Things Bring Smiles
Fun Fur 9 of 13The green fun fur yarn on this wreath reminds me of plush green grass!
Get the how to at Bonita Rose
Bright Yellow 10 of 13Yellow and flowers always remind me of spring - the two come together nicely in this wreath.
Learn how it was made at My Little Corner of the World
Ruffled Muslin 11 of 13Use a straw form and plain muslin to create a pretty wreath that coordinates with any decor.
Find the instructions at My Blessed Life
Green Leaves 12 of 13Use yarn and felt leaves to create the feeling of spring on this wreath.
See how it was made at DIY Confessions
Moss and Burlap 13 of 13Add bright burlap to a moss background for a natural feel.
Get the instructions at The Scrap Shoppe
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