Wreaths made of fresh flowers are the embodiment of spring. Start by fashioning a ring of grass, vines, or raffia tied with floral wire. Cut flowers with 3-inch stems and fasten small bunches together using floral wire. Then secure bunches of flowers --and some large single ones -- to the grass wreath for a fresh door wreath for spring!
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Spring is the perfect time to add door décor with a country feel. Pre-made birdhouses from a home decorating store or craft store, fashioned with a ribbon or rope loop on top, can be hung from your wreath hanger with ease.
Paint a wood letter symbolizing your last name and enhance with bunches of flowers, beads or cover with greenery. Then hang on your door with a colorful ribbon from door knob or wreath hanger.
Tie strips of burlap, fun spring fabric or even bold neckties to a wire or foam wreath form to add crafty hints of spring to your abode. You can switch up embellishments for each holiday, like sparkly four-leaf clover trimmings or glittery eggs for Easter, too!
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You'll be ready for spring showers when you fill a colorful, frilly umbrella with flowers while adding spring décor to your entryway. Simply fasten a ribbon to the umbrella and hang from a wreath holder for a quick door decoration you can make yourself.
Wooden-branch door wreaths are versatile; you can add ribbon, silk or fresh flowers, and trimmings to fit your decorating style. Simply hang directly on a wreath hanger or add a loop of ribbon for a colorful addition to this spring décor.
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From strings of colorful Easter eggs to full spring flowers and greenery, draping a door garland around the trim of your front door will greet guests with a sense of spring before they even set foot into your home.