The calendar says it is spring. I’m waiting for Northern Michigan to catch up with the calendar and start giving us some nice spring weather. Because I need some spring in my life I found some inspiring cheery Spring wreaths that I wanted to share with you. Maybe they will inspire you and bring you a taste of spring as well.
Straw Tote Door Wreath Sadie Seasongoods
Look how Sadie took an old straw tote she found at Goodwill and turned it into an awesome wreath. You could use summer flowers and make it a summer wreath as well.
Spring Forsythia Basket by Chatfield Court
Here is another idea for an uncommon wreath. Kristi used a basket and filled them with forsythia. Nothing says spring like forsythia does.
Cheerful Spring Wreath by The Navage Patch
This is a cheerful spring wreath. I love how she hangs it from an old window. So pretty….
Spring Wreath by The Real Coake
This is a FUN wreath! I love the fuzzy green yarn and the felt flowers are so cute. Use your favorite yarn and felt and customize it to your favorite colors.
Spring Wreath by the Boondocks Blog
This is such an eclectic spring wreath. The perfect way to use up those scraps laying around the house.
Spring Bird’s Nest Wreath by My Life from Home
I love bird nests in spring decor. It just displays what I feel spring is new life & growth. I love the use of the bird’s nest in the wreath.
DIY Confetti Easter Egg Wreath by Crafts & Coffee
I love these confetti eggs and I love how she hangs the wreath from this frame. It would be so cute on a mantel.
Upcycled Easter Wreath by All the Jas
Jas upcycled a Christmas wreath into an adorable Easter wreath!
Lovebird Wreath by Flamingo Toes
Bev designed this wreath for Valentine’s Day but I think this absolutely adorable wreath could easily be changed to be a spring wreath. So pretty!
Did you find a favorite Spring wreath or two that you love?
Here are a few other Spring posts you may be interested in.
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