Welcome spring with one of these fresh ideas for doorway decorating.
Spring has sprung and many of us have already had a taste of the warmer weather. Show your guests and neighbors that you're happy to welcome spring by putting up a colorful new wreath or door hanging. There are so many creative ways to use a variety of materials to DIY your doorway - make one for every room in your house!
Over the Rainbow
Crepe paper flowers are timeless treasures - and how cute they look suspended on a simple circle of paper-wrapped wire! Brittany over at the House that Lars Built
made this minimalist wreath for St. Patrick's Day, but it's perfect for springtime, too. It's much easier than it looks to make in whatever size you like.
A pair of kid's rain boots from the thrift store (or from the back of your closet) looks pretty stinkin' cute with some silk flowers tucked inside. This door hanging from Refresh Restyle
is super quick and easy to make. Your house will have the most fun door on the block!
Some Bunny to Love
This Easter bunny wreath will add joy to any door or wall. Rachel shares her tutorial
for this cute little guy on the Sprinkle Some Fun blog - such a creative way to combine three store-bought or handmade wreaths.
Another cute fabric wrapped wreath
is on the Bella Crafts blog - this one was made with a special no-fray fabric that's just as easy to use as paper, but it's water-resistant so it's great outside. Lisa wrapped a simple smooth foam wreath form to look like blue sky on top with green grass below. She shows you how to cut and assemble using just scissors and straight pins.
Wrap It Up
Whether you upcycle some pretty vintage sheets or dig into your stash of fabric strips and scraps, these twist on a classic yarn-wrapped wreath is something special. Jeni from In Color Order
gives great step-by-step instructions for how she made this colorful pastel fabric wreath with rosettes.
Robin's Egg Easter Wreath
Plastic eggs make wonderful wreaths - these are so fun and have a ton of possibilities when you spray paint them. Try just a single color like this pretty blue wreath
from Jenilyn on the U Create Crafts blog. We love how she embellished the solid eggs with little stripes and dots to add interest.