25 Spring Wreaths to DIY for Your Front Door

Here's how to make a wreath that will turn heads this spring.

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Give guests a warm, cheery welcome this season with a gorgeous spring wreath. Each of these DIY wreath ideas for spring comes together quickly using inexpensive materials. From faux floral wreaths to colorful ribbon wreaths, our easy spring crafts are sure to add a breath of fresh air to your front door.

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diy spring wreaths funnel
Brian Woodcock
Funnel Wreath

Transform a galvanized funnel into a hanging vase that you switch out with fresh flowers from time to time. Simply insert floral foam, drill a hole in the back, loop wire through the hole, and hang on your front door. Pick out your favorite flowers, and arrange however you like!

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diy spring wreaths sifter
Brian Woodcock
Grain Sifter Wreath

Grandma's grain sifter gets new life as a unique wreath. Put flowers in water-filled floral tubes and attach to the sifter with wire. Hang from your door and accent with additional greenery.

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diy spring wreaths watering can
Brian Woodcock
Watering Can Wreath

This might be the easiest way to freshen up your spring decor. Just place blooms in the can, loop wire around the handle, and hang on the door.

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diy spring wreaths bucket
Brian Woodcock
Piggin Bucket Wreath

How pretty is this pail bursting with blooms? Make sure you pad your bucket with paper towels before putting in floral foam, flowers, and hanging up.

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diy spring wreaths basket
Brian Woodcock
Wall Basket Wreath

Or, add texture with a woven vessel. The secret to a no-leak basket is to line it with brown craft paper and placing floral foam in a zip-top bag before you arrange your flowers.

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wagon wheel spring wreath
Lydi Out Loud
Rustic Spring Wreath

Adorn from Hobby Lobby with faux florals and a for a fun farmhouse-style spring wreath.

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easy spring wreath
Love Create Celebrate
Simple Spring Wreath

This easy wreath for spring comes together in just ten minutes using an embroidery hoop and artificial blooms.

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Thrifty and Chic
Welcome Wreath for Spring

Welcome guests with a warm hello, courtesy of this hula hoop wreath fit for spring.

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Eucalyptus Spring Wreath

Thanks to the grapevine wreath base and faux eucalyptus garland on top, the creator of this simple spring wreath touts it as the easiest she's ever made.

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Courtesy of Rachel Elizabeth
Floral Wreath

This wreath goes all-out with the pretty, pastel florals, and it couldn't be more gorgeous. While her wreath looks expensive-looking, this blogger spent only $50 on supplies!

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Courtesy of Making The World Cuter
Peony Spring Wreath

These adorable peonies look amazing against this white-gray wreath, a simple but lovely decoration for your door.

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Courtesy of Blooming Homestead
DIY Spring Wreath

This cute wreath only looks like a lot of work—it's actually super simple to pull together!

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Courtesy of The 36th Aveneue
Cupcake Liner Wreath

Cupcake liners have more uses than just baking—they also make for a colorful and unique wreath!

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Courtesy of Fynes Designs
Forsythia Wreath

Turn forsythia into a stunning wreath, topped with a lovely mint bow.

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Courtesy of Random Thoughts
Umbrella Wreath

Fill an umbrella with your favorite blooms, then hang from a nail on your door for the prettiest (and easiest!) springtime display.

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Brian Woodcock

Install a ($8) on the back of each rain boot. Loop a piece of burlap ribbon through grommets. Place a 3-inch-wide cylindrical vase in both boot heels; stabilize with tissue paper if needed. Fill vase with water and seasonal blooms. (We used a mix of hydrangeas and daisies.) Tie ends of ribbon together and hang on a nail.

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tulip easter wreath
The How-To Mom
Tulip Wreath

Let the whole neighborhood know how much you love tulips by displaying them on an easy-to-make wreath.

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Courtesy of Coredinations
Paper Wreath

Patterned paper, burlap ribbon, and plastic Easter eggs combine to form one colorfully creative wreath.

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Courtesy of Tried and True
Peeps Wreath

Don't like eating Peeps? Decorate with them! To make this colorful Easter decor, use toothpicks to pin Peeps down to a styrofoam wreath.

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Courtesy of Daisy Mae Belle
Boxwood Wreath

Blogger Melissa's easy-to-make boxwood wreath will add some much-needed greenery to your front door.

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Courtesy of The Bride's Cafe
Fresh Flower Wreath

Floral varieties—think poppies, ranunculus, and, roses—turn a simple grapevine wreath into a stunning statement piece.

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Courtesy of Daisy Mae Belle
Floral Monogram

Use chicken wire, floral foam, and silk flowers to create this simply gorgeous monogram display.

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Courtesy of Lil' Luna
Bunny Butt Wreath

We're big fans of bunny butts come Easter, so this wreath—which prominently displays said tush—instantly caught our eye.

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May Basket

Fill a metal basket with flowers, then attach a small chalkboard to write out a welcome message to visitors.

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Courtesy of Blooming Homestead
Paper Dahlia Wreath

Create a focal point for a hallway or bare wall by using shades of pink cardstock to make a vibrant paper wreath.

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