If you are looking for a new wreath to make, here are 9 projects (with tutorials) that are sure to inspire you! Each wreath is made from different materials. I’m hoping to create some of these! (One of my favorite things to do is to go shopping with a list and a plan.) Let the colors of Spring and Summer encourage your inner creativity!
Burlap Daisy Wreath
Found on Grillo Designs.
Brand new and beautiful! Julie from Julies Wreath Boutique created a wonderful wreath suitable for your Spring & Summer decor. Make sure to check her Etsy shop!
Pussy Willow Wreath
Found on Better Homes and Gardens.
My mom loves pussy willows. Since we live in the Midwest, when we see them, we know Spring is here! Consider using materials available to you free from nature to make your Spring wreath! Kate Carter Frederick created this tutorial over on BHG.com. Thanks, Kate!
Summer Floral Wreath
Found on Stone Gable.
Yvonne from Stone Gable has shared her expertise by using twiggy and grapevine wreaths along with flower picks to create this beautiful Summer wreath. Gorgeous and welcoming!
Spring Paper Wreath
Found on Blooming Homestead.
This wreath was created from paper using the gradual blending of one color hue to another (ombré). Very visually pleasing and easy to make!
Two-toned Coffee Filter Wreath
Found on Sealed With Love.
Audra from Sealed With Love created this lovely wreath with coffee filters! She explains her dying process. I wonder what it would look like if the filters were dyed bright colors?
Found on Homemade Gifts Made Easy.
Ok… so this isn’t a Spring or Summer wreath… but it’s so darn cute!
Bright Fabric Spring Wreath
Found on Silly Old Suitcase.
Do you have a bunch of fabric scraps laying around? Create a wreath with them! Add lace or other embellishments for added interest.
Red, White and Blue Bandana Flag Wreath
Found on I Save A to Z.
Jennifer from I Save A to Z shared this festive wreath tutorial. Inexpensive and easy, this is a great idea for a Summer wreath project!
Deco Mesh Wreath
Found on Craft Outlet.
Ok, you caught me! Officially, this wreath is named “Deco Mesh Christmas Candy Wreath” and was shared as Christmas decor – which it definitely could be! But I love the colors they used in their example and to me, it says, “Spring!”
I hope you found these 9 wreath tutorials inspiring. When beginning a new project, inspiration is all around. You may already have materials handy to create a wreath and didn’t even realize it! I’d love to see what type of wreath you’ve created!