Spring It On: 17 DIY Wreaths to Freshen Up Your Front Door for Spring

The sun is shining, birds are singing and Mother Nature is putting on a colorful show — time to give your front door a freshen-up with one of our colorful spring wreaths.

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Blooms + Birds

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. Make your own with our step-by-step instructions.

Fanciful Flowers

Give your home's curb appeal a big boost of spring color with this faux floral wreath that combines trendy blooms with seasonal stunners and a variety of textures. Craft your own with our tutorial.

For the Birds

Inspired by the fact that song birds often build their spring nests in tucked-away, safe areas — like front porches — this wreath features an easy-to-craft DIY bird's nest complete with colorful robin's eggs. Get all our tips for recreating this Mother Nature-inspired wreath.

Speaking of Birds ...

What would spring be without the sweet chirping of songbirds? Beckon them to your backyard (and thank them for the sounds of spring) with this easy-to-craft wreath that does double-duty as a bird feeder. Give Mother Nature a hand by making your own.

Farmhouse Fresh

In just a few hours, you can turn craft-store basics and an inexpensive grapevine wreath into an organically inspired wreath with a hearty helping of country charm. Learn how with our step-by-step instructions.

Flights of Fancy

Punched-paper butterflies add a fanciful touch and a big burst of cheerful color to this wreath that uses coiled raffia-covered wire as its base. Get more tips for crafting this cutie, plus 11 more seasonal stunners from HGTV Magazine.

Long-Lasting Living Wreath

Sculptural, colorful and the lowest of all low-maintenance plants, it's no wonder that succulents have been popping up everywhere. Follow along with our tutorial to learn how you can turn a few cuttings into an ever-evolving living wreath that'll turn your front door or an interior wall into a vertical garden.

Garden Inspired

An upcycled garden hose is a colorful stand-in for a standard form for this green thumb-inspired wreath. Hot glue, zip ties, a few silk blooms and a small bucket are the only other items you need to give that leaky old hose new life as a fun front door decoration. Get more tips for crafting this savvy upcycle, plus 11 others from HGTV Magazine.

Go for a Layered Look

Pop in some poppies to give this spring wreath a pretty punch of color and lots of fluffy texture. Craft your own with our step-by-step instructions.

Take It for a Spin

Pretty scrapbook paper, an embroidery hoop, scissors and brass brads are all you need to craft this playful wreath that'll brighten up your front door spring thru summer. Get HGTV Magazine's tips for creating the paper pinwheels.

Pile On the Pom-Poms

Get an assist from the kiddos to create this wreath that starts with an inexpensive foam base you then cover with hot glue and pom-poms in every shade of the rainbow. Try one of these 20 easy kids' craft ideas.

Or, the Cupcake Liners

Another great project to make with kids, this wreath is a flower-free option that uses items you may already have on hand. To craft the paper 'flowers,' raid your kitchen cupboards for cupcake liners or even coffee filters. Follow our folding trick, then attach them with hot glue to a foam wreath form.

Make It 'Eggs'cellent

Turn office store supplies, like adhesive mailing labels and round stickers, into a 'resist' to keep white craft eggs white before spray-painting in pretty pastel shades. Get more tips for recreating this look, plus 11 others from HGTV Magazine.

Garden Goodies

Put your green thumb on display with this tasty wreath that pairs garden-fresh veggies (from your backyard or local farmer's market) with floral wire and a basic wreath form for a look that celebrates spring's abundance — and the Easter Bunny's favorite treat! Get crafting with our step-by-step instructions.

Easy Being Green

Our friends at DIY Network share this handmade wreath that uses sheet moss and assorted faux greenery to create a monochromatic base you can customize for each of the spring holidays. Just use floral pins to temporarily attach a floral sprig, as we have here, or decorations for St. Patrick's Day, Easter or Mother's Day.

Create a Friendly Welcome

Using a hula hoop as its base, this clever upcycle includes a friendly greeting and can be customized with either fresh or faux blooms and greenery. Watch our quick vid for step-by-step instructions and handy tips to help you craft your own.

Fail-Proof Felt Flowers

For a spring wreath that's always in bloom, cover a foam wreath form in cheerful polka-dot ribbon, then follow these instructions from HGTV Magazine to magic up a bunch of felt flowers. Vary the felt's colors to create a variety of everlasting blooms.

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