You know how at Christmastime the urge to decorate before Halloween is real? Well, that’s how we’re feeling about all of our spring decor. The worst part is the weather not cooperating, so we may just pretend that spring has sprung, and host a little spring craft night complete with fresh, spring-inspired cocktails and a charcuterie board or two. Picking a craft is often the hardest part of hosting a craft night, so we’ve made that part easy and chosen spring wreaths! We think you and your crafty pals will for sure find a wreath you love on our list. Let’s get started!
What could possibly be more springy than incorporating eggs into your decor? We aren’t talking multicolored plastic eggs, that’s child’s play, we’re using turquoise eggs, chicken wire, moss, and faux flowers to create a farmhouse, rustic-chic spring wreath that you’ll be proud to show off. In fact, you should probably start rehearsing the “no, seriously, I made this” speech. We love this craft because it requires minimal materials and it’s super easy, even for beginner crafters! Get the full instructions here.
Wooden Ball Wreath
If you tend to steer toward more boho-vibes, then you’ll love this wooden ball wreath. What we love most about this wreath is how customizable it is and the fact that any and every color looks good against naked wood. Are you thinkin’ what we’re thinkin’? Make sure you can easily remove the flowers to switch out for other holidays/seasons. Get the full instructions here.
Tulips are one of the quintessential spring flowers and we’ve been seeing this wreath everywhere. And major bonus, it’s super easy to make, even though it looks way expensive. You can nab tulips in just about any color, and word on the street is you can find these at Dollar Tree making this craft super affordable. If tulips aren’t really your thing, you can make this wreath out of any mini bunches of spring floral you find. Get the full instructions here.
Modern Hoop Wreath
Simplicity is the name of the game with this hoop wreath. We love that any color and any spring flower can be incorporated and the flowers can be as bold or as minimal as you like. You can also opt to paint and/or distress your hoop to give it a little character. Once again, this is a project even the most beginner crafters can tackle. Get the full instructions here.