How to Make a Bright + Bloomy Spring Wreath

Celebrate warmer weather with a bloom-tastic wreath for your front door.

Photo by: Morgan Faulkner

Morgan Faulkner

Spring is in the air! Freshen up your front door with a bright and cheery wreath. An inexpensive grapevine form makes a pretty, practical base for faux stems that will stay gorgeous all season long. When shopping for blooms, choose greenery with texture (think fuzzy lamb’s ear) and opt for trendy flowers like ranunculus and lavender that come in a variety of shapes and sizes. The best part? No matter your style, this quick and easy tutorial can be used as a starting point for any wreath project — simply swap out the blooms for a look that’s all your own.

Materials Needed

  • 14" grapevine wreath
  • wire cutters
  • hot glue gun
  • glue sticks
  • floral wire
  • silk flowers (see below for details)
  • silk greenery (see below for details)

Prep Blooms

Prepping your blooms will make the wreath-making process a little faster. Using wire cutters, snip the blooms off the stem and create small piles of each variety. One stem of greenery or filler will yield multiple blooms by simply dividing each section into small pieces. For this project we’ve chosen silk versions of coral and white ranunculus, white queen Anne’s lace, lavender, green boxwood with berries, yellow goldenrod and lamb’s ear greenery.

Photo by: Morgan Faulkner

Morgan Faulkner

Create Pattern

Begin your wreath by creating a small pattern to repeat all around the project. Start by hot gluing two pieces of greenery to the wreath — one up and one down (Image 1). Next, glue in two larger focal blooms to offset the greenery (Image 2). Lastly, fill in the remaining space with two varieties of filler to round out the look (Image 3).

Fill In With Greenery

Add a few sprigs of greenery in between each section as you go to create a cohesive look.

Continue Pattern

Repeat the pattern until desired look is formed. Here, we covered about 75% of the grapevine wreath for a contemporary take on a more traditional style.

Photo by: Morgan Faulkner

Morgan Faulkner

Add Accent Blooms

Create dimension by adding in accent flowers that will stick out an inch or two further than the rest. Using floral wire, bind stems of lavender together to ensure stability (Image 1). Glue the bundle throughout, alternating from left, right and middle (Image 2). For any remaining holes, glue in the yellow goldenrod for a pop of eye-catching color (Image 3).

Hang and Enjoy!

Hang the finished wreath on an over-the-door hanger or loop ribbon through the grapevine and secure to a hook for a stylish alternative.

Photo by: Morgan Faulkner

Morgan Faulkner

Next Up

Bird's Nest Spring Wreath

Give your front door a cheery spring makeover with this easy-to-craft wreath that features a DIY bird's nest complete with hand-painted robin's eggs.

Craft a Sunburst-Style Dogwood Wreath for Spring

Brighten up your front door for spring with this easy-to-craft wreath that's abloom with dogwood branches and — surprise! — a pair of nestled faux birds.

How to Make an Egg and Moss Wreath for Spring

Easily craft this DIY wreath from papier mache eggs and green Spanish moss for a simply natural spring look.

Create a Candy-Filled Easter Centerpiece

A favorite of event stylists, this vase-in-vase trick is easy to pull off and gives your Easter centerpiece an added sweet pop of springy color.

Make a Paper Posey Spring Wreath

Use simple materials, like colorful card stock, quilting pins and ribbon, to create a one-of-a-kind floral wreath that's perfect for welcoming spring to your home.

How to Craft a Faux Bird's Nest With Robin's Eggs

Bring spring indoors with an easy-to-craft decorative bird's nest you can whip up while watching your favorite show. Fill the realistic-looking nest with painted robin's eggs, dyed eggs or Easter candy.

How to Make Natural Tea-Dyed Easter Eggs

Skip the harsh synthetic chemicals, and celebrate Easter by naturally dyeing Easter eggs using tea, vinegar and a little patience. Bonus: Learn how to blow out an egg yolk, so your treasures can be kept for years to come.

Use Shaving Cream to Create Easy, Marbleized Easter Eggs

Give wooden eggs a fuss-free marbleized effect with inexpensive items you likely already have on hand.

Easily (and Cheaply!) Craft Watercolor Easter Eggs

Give wooden eggs a colorful and totally on-trend Easter makeover using items you probably already have on-hand. You can keep the artsy fun all to yourself or get an assist from the kiddos. Best of all: These handcrafted cuties can be displayed year after year.

Make a Living Wreath for Spring

Living wreaths make for a beautiful and unique look both indoors and out. Use moss, succulents and potting soil to create a natural, spring-inspired wreath just in time for Easter.
More from:

Easter

Go Shopping

Refresh your home with stylish products handpicked by HGTV editors.

Watch Live TV

Don't miss your favorite shows. Live stream HGTV now.

Follow Us Everywhere

Join the party! Don't miss HGTV in your favorite social media feeds.