Easy DIY Spring Wreaths
I realized that I still had a winter Christmas wreath on my door the other day and decided to venture out in order to find something cute and that could last me until the fall. I assumed that this task would be easy and that if I popped into our local craft shop that I could find one that I loved and fit our personality and would be cute and perfect and the end. This however, was not the case, and even though I would love to blame my 18 month old who was shopping with me for my lack of success, it wasn’t him–it was me! So, this then led to me scouring the web to try to find something that would be perfect and I found some really great Easy DIY Spring Wreath options.
I’ve said before that I am a big fan of repurposing and this DIY spring wreath uses old maps. Old maps, like the ones my parents have in the seat back pockets of their cars–the ones that are wrinkled and have been there forever and are just perfect for pulling out and fashioning into something cute for my front door.
This DIY frugal easy yarn spring wreath is super inexpensive and can be whatever colors strike your fancy and feel festive for spring. For less than $10 and finished in a day, give this one a shot!
Moss and Burlap DIY wreaths just scream spring to me. This idea is a cute one because you can use colored burlap to match your home or your holiday. Plus, it isn’t super time consuming or super expensive –both of which are a win in my book.
I think this twig spring wreath is classic and can be adapted to each persons individual taste. It basically involves super gluing a flower that you love to a twig wreath, but the result is really cute and really easy. The guide included actually gives some direction on where exactly would be a good place to stick the flower and seeing as I am craft challenged, this informative tidbit is appreciative!
I love the clothespin DIY spring or easter wreath. What a neat idea–and it turns out so adorable. It’s perfect that you can make this for Easter but then leave it up for the duration of spring. But the best part, is that initially I thought that these clothes pins were painted and I thought that might be too much effort, but they aren’t! It’s crafting tape–sooo awesome! So grab your pastel tape and get to crafting.
So, this wreath is very eastery and is perfect for the DIY Easter Egg wreath enthusiasts out there. They use some glitter eggs and some easter basket grass and just glue to their hearts content. Super cute and super easy.
For those of us who perhaps run out of the supplies we need, or just can’t seem to find the extra hours in the day that we need, here is an adorable homemade looking spring wreath you can purchase from amazon. Can’t get easier than this!
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