There's handmade decor, and then there's really handmade decor. And this gorgeous lilac and yellow paper rose wreath from KiVeRo is definitely the latter. Each of the stunning lilac roses you see is wrapped by hand and then attached to the felt backing, which is further decorated with white flowers, beads and ribbons. And the whole piece is sprayed with a UV- and moisture-resistant spray for added durability. This is a truly unique and impressive way to adorn your door this spring.
A wreath of fresh flowers would be a little too challenging to maintain over the whole spring season. Fortunately the stunning artificial flower wreaths at Country Prim greatly resemble the real thing and are completely free of required upkeep. They come in many different styles, colours and types of flowers, so you can pick out the perfect look to suit your tastes. This orange spring tulip wreath is particularly gorgeous. Or if you aren't a fan of tulips, check out this elegant yellow forsythia wreath.
A typical round wreath isn't the only way to add a pop of spring to your entryway. If you want to try out something new this season, this colourful flower basket from Ever Blooming Originals (also on Facebook) will be a nice change of pace. Or if you prefer a more uniform look, check out the shop's yellow bouquet in a galvanized bucket. These attractive displays will spring-ify your front door in a unique way in moments.
If you find floral displays a little too "on the nose" for your tastes, a wreath that focuses more on nature's branches and subtle berries might be more to your tastes. If that's the case, you'll love the huge selection of styles available at Wild Ridge Design (also on Facebook). They even come scented, so your guests will be presented with a comforting and refreshing aroma from the moment they arrive.
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