These summer wreath ideas are sure to get you and your door ready for the hottest season of the year. Between flowers and gardens and all things that buzz, the ideas below celebrate all that comes with the summer months. As always, we like to keep it easy and frugal so you don’t have to worry about spending an arm and a leg to make these craft projects. Keep reading to see our top picks.
9 DIY Summer Wreath Ideas
Watering Can Door Decor (Holly’s Stamping Addiction)
Turn a watering can into a chic and vintage decor piece for your door in just a few easy steps. First, purchase your watering can from an antique shop or grab one from the Dollar Store. Then, choose the style of flowers you’d like to fill it with. Add a ribbon and a tie for hanging and you’re all done.
Seed Packet Wreath (Worthington Court)
Put all those old seed packets to good use by turning them into a cute wreath. You can use a grapevine wreath or a foam wreath covered in faux moss. Begin hot gluing the seed packets around the wreath until filled. Add a pair of gardening gloves and a burlap bow to finish it off. This wreath is a great way to show your love for gardening.
Easy Cherry Blossom Wreath (Happy Happy Nester)
Cherry blossoms are one of the best indicators that spring has sprung and that summer is on the way. This beautiful flower can also make for a gorgeous front door wreath. Pick up some paper-based cherry blossoms or faux ones from the Dollar Store or local craft store. Fill up a grapevine wreath with these beauties and your wreath is finished!
Rainboot Door Hanger (The Pickled Rose)
The next time you’re at the Dollar Store, pick up a pair of rain boots, matching colored flowers, and some ribbon. There will be many colors to choose from. In this tutorial by The Pickled Rose, she went with a yellow, black, and white color scheme – which is perfect for the summer. We can think of many color combinations that would be perfect for summer!
DIY Faux Succulent Wreath (The Happy Housie)
You’ve probably seen lots of succulent wreath ideas, but this one is pretty unique. It uses the combination of faux succulents positioned around a foam wreath covered in faux moss. This wreath would go perfectly with any front door. Follow the tutorial from The Happy Housie to see just how easy it is to make your own.
Garden Hose Wreath (Making Manzanita)
Nothing says summer like a garden hose. It also makes for a cute and unique wreath. For less than $15, you can make a garden hose wreath that’ll be the topic of conversation for all your guests. All you need is a hose, flowers, and a few extra embellishments.
Flip Flops & Flowers Summer Wreath (Money Wise Moms)
A pair of flip-flops and faux flowers of your choice is pretty much all you need to create this wreath. Choose a wreath wire form that is easy for attaching the flowers, apply some hot glue, and attach the flip flops in your desired location. Now you have a summer-themed wreath to welcome the hot season.
Summer Sun Hat Wreath (We Three Shanes)
Using all supplies from the Dollar Store, making your own summer sun hat wreath is super easy (and cute). Attach sunflowers to the hat, add an extra bow, and write the word “hello” (or any greeting of your choice) with a Sharpie pen. It’s THAT easy to make your own summer hat wreath.
DIY Summer Lemon Wreath (A Diamond in the Stuff)
Nothing says summer like lemons. From lemonade to lemon pie, you can’t go wrong with making a summer lemon wreath to decorate your door. Not to mention, this tutorial makes it super easy. The supplies for this wreath include a grapevine wreath form, faux greenery, and lemons. It takes minutes to make!
More Summer Wreath Ideas
If you’re looking for more summer wreath ideas, click here. I have several that you’ll love, including this DIY Nautical Beach Themed Wreath. Decorating for the summer months has never been so easy. Which of these wreath projects are you most excited about trying? Let us know in the comments below!