Spring wreath roundup: One dozen pretty spring wreaths to make this weekend

Are you ready for a little springtime DIY? How about a new spring wreath for your front door? Just in time for the weekend, I found 12 different spring wreaths to share. Yarn-wrapped wreaths? Yep. Fabric wreaths? They’re here! Moss wreaths? It wouldn’t be spring without a little greenery. So, let’s have a spring fling.

how to make a yarn wreath

Blue Sky Yarn Wreath

Sarah at Salt and Nectar is now hanging this Yarn Wreath on her front door. Her wreath tutorial shares how to make felt flowers, too. That blue looks like the spring sky to me!

how to make a yarn wreath

Pastel Yarn Wreath

Kelly Hicks Design shares a tutorial for her pastel Yarn Wreath, embellished with lovely, lacey blooms.

how to make a yarn wreath

Spring Green Yarn Wreath

Thanks to the whimsical mushrooms, I think this bright green Yarn Wreath might be my favorite. Look closely and you can see the mini balls of yarn planted in the felt flowers. Visit A Pretty Life in the Suburbs for the instructions.

DIY burlap flower wreath

Springtime Burlap Flower Wreath

Michelle at Me and My Scraps made her spring wreath from burlap, buttons and fabric. I love that she used a 40% off coupon to purchase her 16” wreath.

DIY burlap & flowers wreath

St. Patrick's Day Burlap Flower Wreath

Michelle’s friend Carol made her Burlap & Fabric Wreath for St. Patrick’s Day, and she substituted brads for some of the buttons.

michael miller spring fabric wreath

Spring Fabric Rag Ball Wreath

If you sew or quilt, you’re probably familiar with Michael Miller’s beautiful fabrics. I was excited to see this beautiful Rag Ball Wreath by Kathy Miller, co-owner and creative director of Michael Miller Fabrics. She blogs at Making it Fun.

Fabric & Flower Wreath

Kiki Creates shares a Spring Fabric Wreath that’s bursting with fabric roses.

DIY spring fabric wreath

Fabric Flower Power Wreath

You can’t miss this Fabric Flower Power Wreath. It’s a great stash buster, too!

DIY moss wreath

Spring Moss Wreath

A little greenery really lifts the spirits this time of year, especially if it’s green cash! Mandy at Moody Girl Projects fell in love with a Moss Wreath she saw at Pottery Barn, but she did not love the $49 price. Mandy’s DIY Moss Wreath cost a measly $10.

how to make a moss wreath

Moss Monogram Wreath

If you want to dress up your moss wreath, check out the Moss Monogram Wreath on Look Between the Lines.

how to make a moss wreath

Moss & Mushroom Wreath

I guess I’m a sucker for mushrooms, because I am loving this Mushroom & Moss Wreath from Please Note. I want to make a bunch of these mushrooms and plant them all around the house!

DIY Pinwheel wreath

Playful Paper Pinwheel Wreath

And last but not least is the Playful Paper Pinwheel Wreath. Pinwheels, kites and bikes all say “spring” to me.

What’s hanging on your front door? Have you been inspired to make a new spring wreath?

And, don’t forget to check out our giveaway, which ends Monday at 10:00 p.m.

Happy crafting!


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13 Responses to Spring wreath roundup: One dozen pretty spring wreaths to make this weekend

  1. Irina says:

    What a lovely selection of wreaths…I love the less traditional ones. I must admit that wreaths are not that popular here in Europe but it seems with all the crafty people they are slowly gaining popularity.

  2. Those are very nice. I don’t think I would ever have time to make them but very nice!

  3. Katiria says:

    My favorite is the Spring Green Yarn Wreath because it’s simple and it’s cute

  4. Sar Tann says:

    These are great. The mushrooms are enchanting. Love the moss wreaths and that pinwheel wreath is an awesome idea. They are all just great. Thank you for sharing these. 🙂

  5. cookiemomma says:

    Love all of these

  6. Marsha says:

    I love these all!! Thx for the great ideas. Can’t wait to get some made. I want to try making the embellishments interchangeable so I don’t have to individually wrap each wreath. We’ll see how that goes. 🙂

  7. Lisa M says:

    What fun. Love the pinwheels. Nice and bright.

  8. Jo-Anna says:

    Thank you so much for featuring my spring wreath!! What a great surprise!!

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