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3 DIY spring wreaths

As gorgeous as spring wreaths are, some of them are incredibly expensive! Forget spending over $50 on seasonal door decor, and make your own wreaths with one of these fabulous crafts!

Whether you are a novice DIYer or a seasoned expert, you’ll be able to tackle one of these adorable wreaths. Plus, each one costs less than $25 to make. Save the money you would have spent on home decor for a fabulous new spring wardrobe!

Fluffy tissue paper flower wreath

Even if you are an inexperienced crafter, this wreath will take just shy of an hour to make. With some brightly colored tissue paper, you can turn a simple wreath form into something stunning! Plus, you can completely customize this wreath by color and size, depending on what you have at home. For some added glitz and glamor, use some glue and glitter to add a sparkle to your spring front door wreath.


  • Styrofoam wreath form
  • 2 packages colored tissue paper (about 18 sheets)
  • Scissors
  • Very thin yarn
  • Hot glue gun
  • Ribbon to hang

For the complete step-by-step tutorial, check out this wreath DIY on My Name is Snickerdoodle >>

Bright ping pong wreath

Photo credit: A Soft Place to Land

Bright ping-pong wreath

Tired of picking up your kid’s ping-pong balls? Instead of throwing them back into the toy basket, keep them for yourself and make a springtime wreath instead! This stunning wreath costs less than $20 to make and can be completely customized to your favorite colors. Use a hot glue gun and some fake satin flowers to create a pretty floral accent. Add some glitter to the painted balls for some fun sparkle.


  • Styrofoam wreath form
  • About 145 ping-pong balls
  • Colored spray paint
  • Glitter
  • Hot glue gun
  • Spray adhesive
  • Ribbon
  • Satin or fake flowers for accent

For the step-by-step tutorial for this wreath, check out A Soft Place to Land >>

Moss spring wreath

Photo by Lauren Rene

Moss spring wreath

Add some nature to your front door without, you know, actually pulling out the grass from your back yard. This fake moss wreath looks like it’s made from the blooming flowers and grass in your yard, without the hassle of dealing with fresh blooms. We love the cute addition of the little birdhouse and nest on this wreath by Lauren, but you can add your favorite fake flowers, ribbons or even a letter for your last name to customize. Since this costs less than $20 to make, you can make one for all of your neighbors!


  • Large twine wreath
  • Bag of Spanish moss
  • Burlap (about 1 roll)
  • Hot glue gun
  • Ribbons and other decor pieces

For the step-by-step tutorial, check out the DIY on Hey Lauren Rene >>

More DIY wreaths

DIY fluffy burlap wreath
DIY gumdrop wreath
DIY plastic spoon wreath

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