12 Sweet Spring Wreaths to DIYcraftyamy
If you are looking for a touch of spring in your home decor, I think the quickest way is to DIY a wreath. I love making them because it’s a craft with relatively instant gratification, and you’ll find that is true of all these sweet spring wreaths. I’ve found 12 spring wreaths to make in a variety of styles, including fun and bright like this one from Dollar Store Mom. Seeking more spring wreath inspiration? Click through the jump to get some tutorials!
Spring Grass 1 of 11Wrap green grass-like yarn to wrap around a wreath form, then add daisy trim.
Get the step-by-step at The Creative Place
Lacy and Bright 2 of 11I love all the lacy and bright touches on this wreath, as well as the sweet little birdie and nest.
Find out how it was done at Oh My Gracious
Linen and Moss 3 of 11The natural look of this wreath is complimented by linen fabric and a bird's nest.
Get the step-by-step at JDC
Pretty Daffodils 4 of 11The addition of the daffodils is perfect on a background of hemp rope.
Find the instructions at Stay-at-Home Artist
Bold Brights 5 of 11It takes awhile to wrap a wreath form with yarn, but the results are completely worth it.
Learn how to do it at A Pretty Life in the Suburbs
Full and Fun 6 of 11The addition of cupcake liners make this wreath one of the most fun around.
Find the step-by-step at Aunt Peaches
Framed Wreath 7 of 11I love that this wreath was made with recycled materials including an old cereal box and paint chips.
Learn more about the project at BruCrew Life
Clay Pot Fiesta 8 of 11Brightly painted clay pots add a festive touch to this wreath.
Get the instructions at Jo-Ann.com
Spring Butterflies 9 of 11Use brown lunch bags to make the flowers, then glue onto a regular wreath form and add butterflies.
See how to do it yourself at MaryJanes and Galoshes
Bright Yellow 10 of 11Painted ping-pong balls add make this wreath look like it was made from Lemonheads.
Find the tutorial at A Soft Place to Land
Scrappy Flowers 11 of 11Use an old frame and fabric scraps to create a cheery spring wreath.
Find out how it was made at Delia Creates