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15+ DIY Spring & Summer Wreaths to Make

Making your own DIY wreath is a fun craft that’s budget-friendly too! Whether you re-purpose a thrift store wreath, build one from faux florals, or tackle a paper-and-felt eucalyptus wreath, you’ll love these clever ideas for over 15+ DIY Spring & Summer Wreaths.

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Making a customized wreath for your home is easy. These DIYs will show you how to make a huge variety of spring and summer wreaths with different tools and techniques. I’ve even included a few holiday wreaths to celebrate Easter and the Fourth of July.

In a hurry? If you are in a hurry, check out the She Holds Dearly Tutorial on How to Make a Wreath in Five Minutes.

On a budget? Try the Thriftiest DIY Wreath from DIY Beautify. It’s a great neutral wreath made from…coffee filters!

Ready for a challenge? Lia Griffith’s Eucalyptus Wreath (made with felt and paper!) is a big project with rewarding results.

Supplies for Creating Your Own DIY Wreaths

While each tutorial here uses different supplies, there are a few basics that you will see again and again. If you craft regularly, you might find it helpful to keep supplies like glue guns, wreath forms, faux stems and floral wire on hand.

My favorite one-stop shop for wreath supplies is probably Michaels. I like being able to check out the faux florals in person and choose what looks the most realistic. Hobby Lobby also carries a great selection of faux blooms with frequent 50% off sales. If you prefer to shop online, Amazon is a good option.

Wreath Forms

There are lots of different wreath forms to start with. Choose from grapevine, metal forms, metal floral hoops, embroidery hoops, and even straw wreath forms.

Florals and Greenery

You can find realistic faux greenery and florals many places these days. I like to shop Amazon, Michaels, Afloral, Hobby Lobby, and sometimes Target for faux stems.

Other Tools

Depending on the tutorial you choose, you might need floral wire, wire cutters, and/or a hot glue gun. As for storing your creations, wreath storage bags and boxes are handy.

Spring and Summer DIY Wreaths

These DIY tutorials for spring and summer wreaths were so much fun to round up. There are so many unique ideas here that I know you’ll find several you’ll love! Enjoy!

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A Thrifty $5 Wreath

This Thriftiest DIY Wreath from DIY Beautify uses coffee filters and plenty of hot glue to make a clever wreath that is perfect for spring!

A white DIY coffee filter wreath hanging on a vintage door alongside a vintage chair.

All Seasons Faux Eucalyptus Wreath

This Faux Eucalyptus Wreath Tutorial from Maison de Pax could be used all-year-around. It’s an easy handmade wreath tutorial that starts with a grapevine wreath and stems of faux eucalyptus.

A woman holding a handmade eucalyptus wreath.

Modern DIY Hoop Wreath

Use a gold hoop, faux florals, and a pretty piece of leather/faux leather to create the hanger on this Modern Hoop DIY Wreath from A Beautiful Mess.

A white and yellow floral wreath hanging on a pink door.

Simple Spring DIY Wreath

Use a wire wreath form and plenty of faux florals (like lamb’s ear, peonies, and ranunculus) to re-create this Sage & Blush Spring Wreath from Bless’er House.

A blush and sage spring DIY wreath hanging on a front door.

Modern Hoop Wreath

Use three metal wreath hoops and a spray of greenery to create a modern-look DIY wreath like this Layered Spring Hoop Wreath from Cherished Bliss.

A modern wreath with three hoops, greenery, and white flowers hanging on a black front door.

Crepe Paper Flower Wreath DIY

Make crepe paper flowers for this faux floral DIY Paper Flower Wreath from A Beautiful Mess.

A pink, white, and yellow paper flower wreath.

Easter Bunny Wreath

With spring comes Easter, and this cute Easter Bunny Wreath from It’s Always Autumn is a fun craft that the kids will likely want to help with as well!

A DIY bunny wreath with two yarn-covered hoops, burlap ears, and floral decoration.

Paper & Felt Eucalyptus Wreath

Though you will need a subscription to make this one, this beautiful Eucalyptus Wreath (made with a variety of felt and paper!) from Lia Griffith is so gorgeous that I had to include it. The website features several other pretty wreaths to make as well as LOTS of other projects to try.

A eucalyptus wreath made with paper, vellum, and felt.

Five Minute Wreath

Learn How to Make a Wreath in Five Minutes with a grapevine base and fern garlands from She Holds Dearly. Depending on the foliage you choose, this one will work for any season!

A black front door with a fern wreath hanging on it.

Summer Wreath with Lemons and Greenery

A bright summertime wreath featuring plenty of faux lemons and a wooden sign, I love this tutorial for a DIY Summer Lemon Wreath from The Turquoise Home.

A DIY lemon wreath with a wooden word cutout reading "Hey" on a front door.

Tulip & Easter Egg Wreath

For Easter, try this pretty Tulip & Easter Egg Wreath from The Lived In Look.

A spring wreath with tulips and Easter eggs.

Patriotic Flag Loop Yarn Wreath

This patriotic American Flag Loop Yarn Wreath from It’s Always Autumn is a quick craft you can use to add a splash of red, white, and blue to your front door–or anywhere in your home!

A red, white, and blue DIY yarn wreath.

A Paper Flower Wreath for the Cricut or Silhouette Cameo

Use free SVG cutting files to make this pretty Paper Flower Wreath from Heart Filled Spaces.

A hoop wreath with handmade paper flowers.

Use China Plates and Cups for a Unique Wreath

Probably the most unique idea I came across while gathering handmade wreath tutorials for this post, this DIY Wreath with China Plates from Celebrated Nest makes statement in any room! I think I would be so nervous to actually hang up a wreath like this, but the post includes plenty of helpful hints on how to prep the china for success.

A wreath created from hanging china plates and cups.

Upcycle a Thrifted Wreath

This wonderful tutorial from Tonya Staab demonstrates to how make a Thrifted DIY Floral Wreath. Start with a old wreath (whether something from your décor stash or from the thrift store) and glam it up.

A DIY floral wreath hanging on a door.

A DIY Coastal Seashell Wreath

For something a little different, try this simple Seashell Wreath from Coastal Wandering. Great for coastal-themed spaces.

A grapevine wreath decorated with seashells.

A Heart-Shaped Floral Wreath

Though this Valentine’s Day Floral Wreath from Makes and Takes was designed for Valentine’s Day, the pretty floral heart design could certainly work any time of the year.

A heart shaped wreath with pink-purple florals and greenery hanging on a front door.

Embroidery Hoop Wreath

Use a wooden embroidery hoop, greenery, and a few faux blooms to create this DIY Embroidery Hoop Wreath from Craving Some Creativity.

A diy spring hoop wreath with white and orange-pink flowers.

Simple Tulip Wreath with a Burlap Bow

Add some bright faux blooms and a burlap bow to a grapevine wreath in this tutorial for How to Make a Tulip Wreath from Confessions of an Overworked Mom.

A grapevine wreath with a burlap bow and pink flowers.

DIY Hydrangea Wreath

This DIY Hydrangea Wreath from Dans le Lakehouse uses faux hydrangeas so you can enjoy the blooms any time of year.

A handmade hydrangea wreath.

Clothespin Magnolia Wreath

If you love farmhouse style, you’ll love this sweet Clothespin Magnolia Wreath from The Dollar Crafter.

A wreath of clothespins and faux magnolia floral.

Host a Wreath-Making Party!

Since many of these tutorials are accomplished so quickly, they make ideal craft activities for birthday parties, bridal showers or baby showers, reunions, and more. To host a craft like this, you’ll want to make sure you have a big working space and plenty of tools and materials.

For instance, if the project uses a glue gun you might need to have one glue gun available per one or two people. Also, I like to test a tutorial myself first before the party day to work out any challenges that could arise.

Whether you make just one wreath or host a party for friends and make dozens, the tutorials shared above will provide the tips and tricks you need to get started!

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