Cheerfully welcome spring with 12 of the prettiest spring wreath DIYs, featuring tulips, peonies, cherry blossoms, magnolia, and forsythia.
As soon as February rolls around, I start craving bright springy colors and flowers. I love all the tulips and peonies! And the front door is my favorite place to put them. Well, and in a vase on my kitchen counter, of course.
Spring flowers like cherry blossoms, forsythia, tulips, daffodils, peonies and crocus make the prettiest wreaths. The lovely bright colors and cheerful blooms brighten even the rainiest spring days.
Tulip wreaths are my personal favorite, after my tulip wreath was shared on social media last year by big accounts like Draper James and Country Living. My Easy Tulip Wreath tutorial has been pinned thousands of times on Pinterest, with close to a hundred readers submitting pictures of the wreaths they’ve made using my tutorial.
Nothing makes me happier than helping my friends make beautiful things!
Spring Wreath DIY Ideas
I’ve rounded up a few of my best spring wreath DIYs, along with a handful of my favorite spring wreaths from Pinterest. You can check out my Spring Wreaths board on Pinterest for even more ideas!
The links below will take you to the specific tutorials.
If you have a unique idea for a wreath, but are not sure how to put it together, check out my Ultimate Wreath Guide for explanation of various wreath bases and techniques to help you get your wreath project started. You can always message or email me if you have more questions or would like my advice on a project.
I love to see the wreaths YOU make, tag me @thehowtomom on IG or #thehowtomomwreaths so I can tell you what an amazing job you did!
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