Grab your glue gun friends! Let’s welcome guests to your home with a beautiful seasonal wreath or creative door decor. Skill level for most of these wreaths is easy peasy. All you need is a little time, a grapevine, wire or foam wreath ring from your local craft shop. Some floral, ribbon, miscellaneous crafty components and some inspiration. I am happy to share some inspiration for you today. You will find you now have the urge to scurry to your local craft shop to grab what you need to welcome guests to your home. Most of these patterns ( styles) take little time and have a big impact.
All of these styles ( and a few more) have been pinned to my new DIY Wreath Board on Pinterest (I just started it). Side note…my Pinterest boards are a bit of a chaotic mess at the moment and I am working to get them sorted into sections. Please don’t mind the mess you can still find amazing things on my Pinterest Boards. Click the wreaths on my Pinterest board to go to the original posts, please. All images belong to their respective blogs. Somewhere in the Middle shared a gorgeous wreath. Although it isn’t a DIY post I believe it can be recreated with a little time and some hot glue. I love the cascade of greenery and the way her doors welcome lettering fits neatly in the middle. Don’t you?
Using a Monogram ( initial, letter) on a wreath will definitely have an impact! I’m hoping to find the time to make a summer wreath with the letter C for our front door. I found a few to spark your crafty inspiration. Sugarbee Crafts created one with pretty peach tulips. My tulips didn’t come out this year because of the weather so this is a nice way for me to enjoy tulips for Spring.
Daisey Mae Bell made this creative floral monogram!
This DIY twine wreath was not linked to anything, but I do think its clever. You could add some brighter colored florals or leave it minimal like hers. Either way, it is sure to say welcome….wait you could do the word welcome instead of the initial!
Little Vintage Nest made a Hi wreath, so cute and the peach florals are lovely.
36th Avenue made a wreath using cupcake liners! How creative, I love it.
My Craftily Ever After made a succulent wreath, perfect for those living in a desert climate, or use faux succulents.
Jolly and Happy made a magnolia leaf wreath. Simple fresh and green.
Craft Create Cook’s DIY for this whimsical watermelon door wreath, shouts volumes about the people who live there. Fun!
Spring Floral Hat Door Decor by yours truly. Please click the photo to go to the post.
A Crafty Mix Shared their upcycled Tree of Life decor at the party last week. You may have seen the featured on Facebook. I know it’s to heavy for a door, but I just can’t help myself. I need to share this New Uses for Old Things with everyone. I like it so much!
Do you have a wreath or door decor that says, welcome guests?
Which of these will you make first?
I’ll see you all tomorrow for the best blog party in blog land. Smile often and thank you for spending time with me today xo