Photo from MadeSpring wreaths are just as lovely as anything you'd display for Christmas. And I've found a handful of spring wreaths you'll have a hard time not displaying. I mean, who says you shouldn't decorate for spring, especially since warm weather and pretty flowers are perfect reasons for me to celebrate.
So here's a nice roundup of spring wreaths you can make yourself or handmade wreaths you can pick up. They can hang on your door or above your mantel or in any space that needs a little brightening up!
Top: I spotted this stunning acorn wreath at Made, one of my favorite crafts and sewing blogs. At first glance, it looks way out of my craft league, but it was put together with just a few simple supplies: Acorns (which you can collect yourself or buy), a floral (or straw or wooden) wreath, a hot glue gun, and spray paint (which is optional). That's it! Check out Made's site for a tutorial and other color options.
Bottom left: This blooming flower wreath kit comes from Paper Source, another favorite web spot of mine. It's a reasonable $19.95, and it comes with 72 bright and cheery die-cut flowers (and also the wreath form and floral wire with which to assemble everything).
Bottom middle: This incredible felt ball wreath was something I stumbled upon around Christmas on the site Pickles, but it can easily be adapted for spring. It's just too fantastic to not include here. You need a straw wreath, a needle, lots and lots of felt balls (here's a great multicolor felt ball set from Etsy), and see-through thread. Check out Pickles' site for more details.
Bottom right: For a more traditional decoration, I saw this spring wreath on Design*Sponge recently. You can collect branches and vines from a florist or around your house and then put it all together with floral wire and clippers. Add some spring touches (a bow, flowers, etc.) and voila!
Which spring wreath is your favorite?