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DIY Spring Wreath for Front Door

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Today, with our easy tutorial, let’s craft a delightful DIY Spring wreath. As the chill of winter fades away and the vibrant colors of spring start to bloom, it’s time to refresh your home with cheerful Easter décor — both inside and out.

However, today, we’re going to focus on that outside. From pastel wreaths to charming displays, there are countless ways to welcome the season of renewal and celebration. So, let’s take a step-by-step look at how you can create your own delightful DIY Spring Wreath for the front door using minimal supplies!

sweet dog in doorway with a diy spring wreath on the front door

Wreaths can be a Warm Welcome.

For many of us, our front door serves as the entrance to our home. As you can see, our sweet Nashville is ready to welcome you into our home.

Why not make it the perfect canvas to express your creativity and set the tone for the season? Spring certainly is a time of rejuvenation.

Therefore, what better way to celebrate than by adorning your entrance with symbols of growth and new beginnings? Whether you prefer a minimalist aesthetic or enjoy going all out with vibrant decorations, there’s something undeniably magical about a well-decorated door during the Spring and Easter season.

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Let’s get this party started, shall we? We’ll start by collecting our supplies, and then we’ll bring the vision to life.

DIY Spring Wreath Tutorial

Supplies:

Grapevine Garland: Grapevine garland is an excellent base for your wreath, providing a natural, rustic look that perfectly complements the season.

You can also buy an oval grapevine wreath to simplify the process. I had the grapevine garland on hand in my craft room, so spending additional money didn’t seem necessary.

Greenery: To add depth and texture to your design, use one type of stem or an assortment of greenery, such as faux leaves and ferns. I used this Bright Green Foliage.

Speckled Artificial Bird Eggs: Lastly, sprinkle some speckled artificial bird eggs to infuse your creation with a Spring or Easter vibe. I had my speckled eggs on hand. They varied in size from approximately 1″ to 1.5″.

Additional Supplies:
26 Gauge Brown Wrapped Wire
Glue Gun
Wire Cutters

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Now that you’ve gathered your materials, it’s time to roll up your sleeves and get crafty! Follow these simple steps to create a simple DIY Spring wreath that is sure to impress:

Step 1: Prepare Your Materials

Hopefully, you’ve gathered your grapevine garland, greenery, artificial bird eggs, a pair of wire cutters, a glue gun, and wrapped wire. Lay out your materials in a well-lit workspace, ensuring you have plenty of room to maneuver as you assemble your spring wreath.

Step 2: Shape the Grapevine Garland

Secondly, start by shaping the grapevine garland into an oblong/oval shape, adjusting it as needed to achieve your desired size. You can make your wreath as large or as small as you like – just be sure to maintain a consistent shape throughout.

My wreath measures approximately 16.5″ in length by 14″ wide. I wrapped my garland twice and used the brown-wrapped wire to keep it all attached.

To help achieve the oval shape, I wrapped jute wine around the middle of the wreath (at its shortest width) and tied a bow. Pulling the two sides together takes the roundness and manipulates it into more of an oval. I also soaked the wreath in water and dried it outdoors.

Step 3: Add Greenery

Cut large stem(s) of greenery into smaller pieces. Next, tuck sprigs of greenery into the grapevine base and secure them in place with floral wire as necessary. Aim for a balanced distribution of foliage up the left side and along the bottom.

Obviously, you’re welcome to incorporate different textures and shades to create visual interest.

I, however, chose to keep it simple and used one stem of greenery. Don’t be afraid to experiment with different arrangements until you find one that speaks to you.

Step 4: Attach the Bird Eggs

Lastly, once you’re satisfied with the greenery placement, it’s time to add the finishing touch – the speckled artificial bird eggs. Carefully glue the eggs among the foliage at the bottom of the wreath. Space them out and glue them together to ensure a balanced look.

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Step 5: Finishing Touches

Step back and admire your handiwork! Assess the overall appearance of your Spring wreath and make any final adjustments as needed.

You can embellish your creation with additional decorations such as ribbons, bows, or flowers if desired. Your creativity is limitless!

Step 6: Hang and Enjoy

Once your Spring wreath is complete, it’s time to proudly display it on your front door. Use a wreath hanger or a 3M hook.

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Stand back and admire the beauty of your handcrafted masterpiece. It feels so good to know that you’ve added a touch of springtime to your home’s exterior.

Other Spring and Easter Wreaths:
Scrap Fabric Easter Wreath
Simple Easter Wreath
Garland Wreath for Spring
Spring Hoop Wreath

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Spring is a season of renewal, so what better way to celebrate than by adorning your front door with charming Easter decor? Whether you opt for a simple DIY Spring wreath or go all out with an elaborate display, the key is to infuse your creation with the spirit of the season.

While this wreath requires a small bit of creativity and a handful of materials, you can craft a beautiful Spring wreath that will delight visitors and passersby alike. So go ahead, embrace the freshness of spring, and let your creativity blossom!

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