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DIY Spring Wreath Ideas by Hard Working Mom

I searched high and low and found some of the best DIY Spring Wreath Ideas for you to try this season. They are beautiful and practical, and everything comes from the Dollar Store. It’s a win-win! Here’s to making a cute and simple spring wreath to decorate your front door (or any space in or on your home).

Tips to Get You Started

Before we dive into the amazing ideas I have for you, let’s talk about a few things that can make your spring wreath-making time easy and simple. For starters, consider thinking outside the box when it comes to wreath forms. The most common are circle-shaped grapevines and wire. However, you can also use other things as a wreath form, such as flower pales, boots, umbrellas, and more.

Another category of items to consider using for your spring wreath are seasonal sundries. These are the miscellaneous items that most people overlook, but they can be used to bring out the spring theme in your wreath. These can be little plastic insects commonly spotted during the springtime (ladybugs, bees, etc.) or little stones and pebbles.

Last but not least, think about how you’ll want to hang your wreath. The most commonly used item is an over-the-door hook. Next in line are command strips. Either way, take into consideration the weight of your wreath and the overall look you want to go for. Hooks are typically shown whereas command strips allow a “floating” look for your wreath.

DIY Spring Wreath Ideas

Now that we’ve talked about a few tips to make your own wreath-making a bit easier, let’s dive into the ideas I found. I think you’re going to love them!

Easy Dollar Tree Daffodil Wreath (A Cultivated Nest)

Use an old grapevine wreath form (or pick one up from the store) along with 5 sprigs of faux daffodils and a ribbon of your choice. I like how A Cultivated Nest went with a bold yellow ribbon that also brings out the color of the flowers. The ribbon can double as a hanger as well. A pro tip when working with flowers: leave a bit of the stem on for poking into the grapevine wreath. You can add a few dots of hot glue to keep the flowers and leaves secured in place.

Cute and Simple Americana Wreath (Confessions of an Overworked Mom)

With Memorial Day technically falling in the spring season, you can’t go wrong by making an American-themed wreath this early. For this simple wreath, all you’ll need is a circle styrofoam wreath form, red, white, and blue polka-dotted burlap ribbon, and a blue flower with red berry sprigs. Once the ribbon is wrapped around the wreath form, the only thing left to do is attach the flower and berries.

DIY Seashell Wreath (Coastal Wandering)

It’s never too early to bring the beach to your home, especially if you it’s one of your favorite vacation spots. For this coastal-themed wreath, seashells are hot glued to a grapevine wreath form and secured with a seashell burlap ribbon. It’s super easy and fun to make. Not to mention, it’s a wreath that can stay up for spring and summer.

Blue Flower Spring Wreath (A Nation of Moms)

A vine of blue faux flowers is used to decorate a grapevine wreath form to create a subtle but colorful wreath for the front door. You’ll only need to decorate about ¾ of the wreath with flowers and finish it off with a big bow. Marysa opted in for a big black and white buffalo check ribbon, which is a perfect color contrast to the blue. 

Sun Hat Wreath (We Three Shanes)

Now, this is taking wreath-making way outside the box, and I love it. A sun hat is turned into a cute door hanger using faux flowers of your choice and a permanent marker. This is a hat that is super versatile meaning you can choose the color of flowers you want and write whatever spring greeting on it too. The Shanes went with a variety of flowers and the greeting “Hello!”

Final Thoughts

These five wreath ideas are sure to inspire you to create a cute spring wreath that doesn’t cost much and won’t take a lot of time to make. If you have a few crafting friends, consider hosting a craft party to make one of these beautiful wreaths together.

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