13 Spring Wreath Tutorials

Easy Spring Wreath Tutorials

Garden hose wreaths, burlap wreaths, and balloon wreaths… Oh my! I love a beautiful wreath, don’t you? This past fall, I gave our front door a nice makeover. It went from ugly tan to a lovely pale blue/green color (Valspar “glass tile” is the actual color). Now that it’s almost spring, my front door is in need of a beautiful wreath to brighten it up even more. Here’s are some wreaths I’ve found inspiring as I think about what’s going to grace my front door very soon. 

  1. Interchangeable Spring Wreath. I love the fact that I wouldn’t have to have 4 different wreaths. This burlap wreath is easy to transition from season to season. 
  2. Jute Wrapped Monogram Wreath. While not officially a wreath, this jute-wrapped letter makes the perfect embellishment for your front door. 
  3. Balloon Wreath. Call me a kid at heart if you want to, I think this wreath would be adorable to have on my front door all spring. Not to mention, my kiddos would love it. 
  4. Owl Wreath. I know that the original post says this is a fall wreath, but I think with a few simple color changes, this wreath would be perfect for spring. Besides, I love owls at any time of year. 
  5. Garden Hose Wreath. This adorable wreath has been a favorite since I saw it. It’s such an adorable twist on the traditional wreath! 
  6. Chevron Wreath. I love the bright colors of the chevron print on this burlap wreath. Everything about it screams, “It’s spring!”
  7. Tulip Wreath. This tulip wreath would definitely put a smile on my face every time I walked up to my front door. It’s so bright and cheery, I think even the UPS man would enjoy it. 
  8. Ruffly Paper Wreath. Who doesn’t love beautiful ruffles? This wreath is incredibly fluffy and embellished with tiny spring flowers. 
  9. Vintage Sheet Wreath. While this tutorial uses vintage sheets, it would be the perfect way to use up your scraps of fabric! 
  10. Fabric Wreath. This full, fabric wreath is simply beautiful. The white and black make quite a statement. 
  11. Square Spring Wreath. I love the fact that this wreath isn’t round. It definitely adds a fun element to this beautiful baby’s breath wreath. 
  12. Yarn Wrapped Wreath with Burlap Flowers. With all the yarn I have in my stash, I could probably make 35 of these tomorrow. In fact, I should probably make one for all of my friends. 
  13. Hydrangea Wreath. I think hydrangeas must be my favorite flower. You couldn’t go wrong adding them to a fun wreath. 

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