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Welcome Spring With These Fun Wreath Ideas


Spring & Easter Wreath Ideas
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I love to craft seasonal door decor, and there's no better way to say "welcome" to springtime than with a beautiful spring wreath or Easter wreath for your front door. These fabulous spring and Easter wreath ideas listed below are easy to do and should fit a wide variety of crafting skills and budgets. Just follow the links for more inspirational ideas, how-tos and tutorials.

Just a thought ... If DIYing it is not your thing, Bright Bold and Beautiful is featuring some beautiful, handmade wreaths on Etsy. Or go straight to the source to see what is currently available.

Ruffly Paper Spring Wreath from Happy Clippings
I love the casual look of this brown craft paper ruffled wreath that the creative blogger at Happy Clippings put together. The cute paper flowers add the perfect springtime touch.

Pussy Willow Wreath from Better Homes & Gardens
The arrival of the first sweet, fuzzy buds of pussy willow are a sure sign of spring. Turn the budding branches into a long-lasting wreath with this tutorial from Better Homes and Gardens.

Whimsical Yellow Wreath from A Soft Place to Land
Who would have thought that ping pong balls would ever look this good? I love this whimsical yellow wreath (made from ping pong balls, no doubt) from A Soft Place to Land. When you are through making it, you can grab a paddle and get in a quick game.

Framed Grass Wreath from A Diamond in the Stuff
Courtney shares her how-to make this beautiful Easter or springtime wreath over at The CSI Project. This wreath would make a festive yet elegant addition to your front door.

Spring Paper Rosette Wreath from Ruffles & Ric Rac
The crafty blogger over at Ruffles and Ric Rack made this mini paper rosette wreath out of an old Ritz box. She shares how you can make one, too! Make a larger one to hang on your front door; it should last a long time on a covered patio or porch.

Yarn Egg Wreath from The Sweet Survival
This wreath created by The Sweet Survival is too cute in its pastel springtime colors and would make your front door look fabulous for Easter and beyond.

Peep Wreath from Tried & True
I couldn't hang this in my home because I have a thing for Peeps. (They would probably never make it to the wreath but be going down my gullet instead!) But if you can abstain, this wreath would be perfect for Easter, and the kiddos would have fun crafting it, too!

Dyed Coffee Filter Wreath from The Country Chic Cottage
This pastel colored wreath by The Country Chic Cottage is a fluff ball of fun. For some reason, it reminds me of an Easter dress. Just be sure to dress up your door with it instead.

Jordan Almond Wreath from Country Living
Okay, these things are dangerous to my waistline too, but Jordan almonds do come in those beautiful pastel colors. Country Living has made the most of it and fashioned a gorgeous wreath from these pretty candies. They predict it will last one to two years. Hmmm... not around these parts!

Spring Watering Can "Wreath" from Better Homes & Gardens
A weathered water can certainly makes for pretty springtime door decor when it is filled with tulips like in this idea by Better Homes and Gardens.

April Showers Door Decor from Better Homes & Gardens
Better Homes and Gardens is also thinking outside of the box with this creative springtime door decoration using an old umbrella. What a great reuse idea!

Welcome Spring Wreath from Good Housekeeping
Say "welcome" to your neighbors and to spring with this beautiful wreath from Good Housekeeping. Buy the wreath premade for a few dollars at your local craft store and attach dyed, hollow eggs with hot glue. Done!

Monogramed Jelly Bean Door Decoration from Better Homes & Gardens
Here's another seasonal door decoration for the foodie in you. Use one color of jelly beans for a chic look or choose pastels for a seasonal reminder that Easter is on its way.
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