Front Door Decor that’s not just Round
I always say that springtime is my favorite time of year. Spring can be a quick season here in Texas so we have to really embrace it. Sometimes we just skip right over it and head into the heat, and sometimes spring just means rain.
Spring signifies the new and the fresh. Flowers popping up – especially the wildflowers, green grass and getting our garden ready for planting. The season is always a welcome time of milder temperatures and plenty of outdoor time.
We’ve gathered up some of our favorite spring wreath diy projects for you. We’ve got a great collection of front door decor that will take you outside of the round wreath. There are so many great objects that you can use for spring decor, so check out these ideas.
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Spring Wreath Ideas
We’ve included lot’s of ideas for your front door decor for spring. You can click on the pictures and they’ll take you straight through to the original tutorials. A few of our ideas don’t have their original sources. If you know who this photo belongs to then be sure to let us know so that we can give credit where credit is due!
Well we had to start with a traditional round spring wreath right?
I mean tulips are a spring staple and this wreath is an easy one to make. The How To Mom shares a tutorial on her blog and links to places to pick up all the supplies you need for this project.
If you’re not a huge fan of tulips (shame on you!) then just switch out the flowers you use. Or if you’re making this wreath for a different season you could easily follow the tutorial and use another flower.
Rain Boots Spring Wreath
You know that super cute pair of rain boots that you bought and you don’t ever wear? Well here’s a great idea to use them as the base for your front door decor.
If you don’t already own a pair of rain boots, then pick up some kids boots to make this wreath. The kids rain boots will be the perfect size and they’ll have a great selection of colors too.
If you want a western kick, you could also try a pair of cowboy boots.
Umbrella Spring Wreath
An umbrella, or parasol, is a unique way to display flowers on your front door for spring. And it comes already equipped with it’s own hook to hang it! We love this idea tied up with a pretty ribbon for some unique spring decor.
There are lots of umbrellas with pretty spring prints on them to use for your base too, so you can find the perfect color.
Heart Shaped Wreath
This beautiful grapevine heart has a nice free form to it and just screams spring. You can twist some grapevine into a heart shape and leave some long pieces at the bottom to give it a nice rustic, farmhouse style. Add in some beautiful flowers and longer hanging vines and you’ve got a romantic piece to decorate with.
This also looks like it would be beautiful decor for an outdoor or casual wedding.
Straw Hat Wreath
A straw hat is a great base to create spring decor for your front door. All you have to do is tie a pretty ribbon and hot glue some flowers. It’s a quick and easy project for your door.
Most sun hats even come with a strap so that makes it easy to tie up and hang.
Vintage Window Decor
We love adding details to a vintage window. Vintage windows are a staple in rustic and farmhouse decor and there are so many ways to embellish them for each season.
This one would look beautiful as a vignette in your house or hanging on your front door. A few grapevine pieces, flowers and ribbon are all it takes to embellish this window for spring.
A wagon or bicycle wheel makes a great backdrop to embellish with flowers and ribbon. Just using some pastel flowers and ribbon will bring spring to life on your front door.
Embroidery Hoop Spring Wreath
This is a fun use of an embroidery hoop. There’s a tutorial on Orange Betty that shows how she created this little pocket to hold flowers for a welcome wreath. The best part is that it doesn’t require any sewing.
A basket is a great change up for a pocket wreath. You can use it like you would a vase, just hanging. I love these for spring with lots of trailing vines or ivy and pretty flowers.
Water Hose Wreath
Here’s a great use of an old (or new) water hose. Creative Craft Love shows how she put together her wreath and included a bright pair of gardening gloves for some additional fun.
Bushel Basket Spring Wreath
A bushel basket is a fun way to decorate your front door. Your Cozy Home shows how she put hers together and I think it’s pretty easy to picture this one with a birds nest inside of it.
I’m also thinking that our front porch birds might really like to use this basket to build one of their nests in!
Tote Bag Wreath
Now here’s a really clever idea, use a cute tote bag for the base of your front door decor. If you’ve got a great spring tote bag that you love this is a great way to show it off.
You can also buy a blank tote and press a beautiful image or saying onto it so that it fits your style. My Soulful Home shares how she made hers if you want to see the process.
Bird House Swag
A swag is a fun way to use trailing ribbons and vines. This one is centered by a birdhouse but it’s not your traditional wreath since it’s in the shape of a swag. You could easily use leftover ribbon pieces paired with some greenery to create this spring decor for your front door.
Watering Can Spring Wreath
I love watering cans and if you have a narrow one it would be beautiful hanging on the door like this one by Artsy Chicks Rule. I have a beautiful copper one that is only for show so it would be perfect to put on my front door.
Live Floral Wreath
We used live flowers to create this living wreath. We’ve included the tutorial on how to make it if you want to check it out. While it’s a beautiful wreath, we prefer these for special occasions because the maintenance can be a lot on them.
They are perfect for a garden party or baby shower, or even a bridal shower for that matter. We’ve also used them as centerpieces on a table and hanging on the backs of chairs. Fresh flowers are just simply beautiful, and after the party we plant the flowers in the ground or pots.
A succulent wreath is one of our very favorite ways to use live plants on a wreath. They are low maintenance and beautiful and will surprise you with some pretty blooms when they’re happy. This wreath is great for any season and we have the tutorial to make one of your own.
Spring Decorating Ideas for Your Front Door
These are some of our favorite front door decor ideas for spring. They aren’t your typical wreaths and that’s what makes them more fun and interesting. Using a base that isn’t a round wreath form is a great way to add your own personal style to your decor.
Are you a round wreath person or would you consider one of these ideas for your front door? Did we miss a great idea for front door spring decor? Let us know in the comments below or tag us on social media so that we can see your spring creations!
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