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Spring Door Decor To Make While You Stay Home

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Spring seems to spur on the desire to make our homes pretty… especially during this particular time in our world’s history!  Let’s look at some spring door decor to make while you stay home.  All of these ‘stay-home-spring-wreaths’ can be DIYed by YOU in no time, and you can even invite the kids to help!stay home spring wreaths


Hello, friends and fam! So glad you popped in today! 

Are you looking for some fun projects that will take only minutes to make, but bring a breath of spring into your home (or maybe even outside your home)?

Well, today we are looking at inspiration for over 21 “stay home spring wreaths”!

These are perfect decor projects to do with your family.  Maybe you could even EACH make one and display them in different areas of your home! Think…

  • Over the mantel
  • Overlayed on a large mirror
  • Above a dresser
  • On the inside or outside of your home’s main entrance door, or…
  • Maybe on EACH door down a hallway!

There so many ways to use a wreath, or create a special piece with a unique item to use as door decor!

21+ Unique DIY Stay Home Spring Wreaths

Spring Floral Wreaths to DIY While You Stay at Home

First Day of Home not only is sharing how to make this affordable and gorgeous spring wreath, but Crissy is also sharing how to care for our outdoor faux florals.stay home spring wreaths floral wreath on black door

This is the real deal, people.  Upright and Caffeinated shares how to make this easy, fast, and trending magnolia wreath using real leaves! Find the supplies for this affordable ‘stay home spring wreath’ by stepping outside your door, staying 6-feet clear of others, and picking them off your tree!  (In five years, we’re all gonna know when these posts were written just by the phrases and words we use, right?) 😉stay home spring wreaths real magnolia leaf wreath

This full and lovely grapevine wreath just sings to me… “The hills are alive…”. Oh…wait.  Take a look at Atta Girls Says’ spring wreath and get some fresh inspiration (gotta love that pod)!full spring floral grapevine wreath with dried pod

When I first discovered blogs, one of the first wreaths I fell in love with was this hydrangea wreath from Artsy Chicks Rule.  Talk about a great beginner wreath that packs a punch! (Notice how Nancy hung her wreath on a mirror… I LOVE this look!)hydrangea wreath hung on mirror over buffet

Spring Door Decor with Baskets

Here’s a twist on a ‘stay home spring wreath’ is this grapevine wreath basket! Coffee Cookies and Crafts uses a bunch of pink florals and some greenery to create this lovely spring ‘wreath’!grapevine basket with pink tulips and greenery on purple door

Another lovely spring basket door decor comes from Celebrate and Decorate.  I love how the flowers ‘drip’ out of the basket!  And all the color, too!basket with overflowing florals on blue door

And of course, this would not be a complete wreath round-up without a ‘stay home spring wreath’ from Stonegable!  Yvonne adds a black and white ticking ribbon to a beautiful basket filled with creamy white ranunculus and green faux branches. All the sighs!basket with white and green florals with black and white ribbon on door

Stay Home Spring Wreaths with Unique Elements

Here’s a unique item used to decorate a door!  Sweet Pea is sharing how to create this lovely green and white arrangement in a rustic metal tin.  Love this twist!rustic metal tin with green and white florals on floor

Another unique door hanging from Houseful of Handmade! Kati shows us how to upcycle a windowpane AND add paper flowers for a fun surprise look!stay home spring wreaths windowpane with paper flowers hung on green door

Worthing Court is using seed packets in a whole new way! Isn’t this just so sweet? A gardener’s wreath, that’s for sure!stay home spring wreaths made with seed packets and gardening gloves

This spring tire wreath was my very first spring door decor here at MWA, and I still love it.  It’s fun to change around with the seasons!  You can see how I did the original spring florals here…stay home spring wreaths spring tire wreath with peach and white flowers

And then the spring velvet Easter egg one last year!spring tire wreath with velvet easter eggs

And don’t forget a monogram wreath! Yep, Thistle Key Lane shares how to use a monogram wood sign as the base for a special spring welcome on her door!stay home spring wreaths monogram sign with spring elements on black door

Spring Wreaths with Touches of Nature

You know how I love a coastal spin… and you also know I love grapevine wreaths! H2O Bungalow is going to show us how to make this unique ‘stay home spring wreath’ using items from the sea and rustic elements!nautical grapevine wreath with starfish and burlap

Can you guess what these flowers are made of?  Hop on over to My 100 Year Old Home and learn Leslie created this unique and gorgeous spring wreath!pinecone floral wreath in pinks on grapevine

Spring Hoop Wreaths

Want to add a feminine touch to a room or door?  Girl in the Garage shares this easy-to-make wreath that a teen or tween would love to make and add to her room!  You just might have everything you need at home, too!stay home spring wreaths hoop wreath with scraps of pastel fabric twine and flowers

If you’ve spent much time here at MWA, you know I also love Lamb’s Ear.  Living Letter Home uses this silver-toned greenery along with muted pastel floral branches… on a HULA-HOOP! So pretty, and different! You gotta find a big wall for this one!stay home spring wreaths hula-hoop wreath with florals and greenery and hello plaque

Another version of a hoop wreath comes from Hello Central Avenue.  Rebecca shows you step-by-step how to make this lovely wreath that will look lovely over a dresser or on a door!stay home spring wreaths hoop wreath with florals and greenery

Grapevine Spring Door Decor To Make While You Stay Home

This nature-inspired heart grapevine wreath from Love My Simple Home uses natural moss and rustic items to make this a perfect addition to your spring decor!stay home spring wreaths grapevine heart wreath with moss

Tulips are THE flower for spring (at least in my opinion… what do you think?). This full and fabulous tulip wreath from My Pear Tree Home is truly simple to make and actually quite affordable!white tulip wreath on windowpane set on mantel

Making It in the Mountains shares her easy take on a eucalyptus and hydrangea wreath.  Doesn’t such a fresh take on spring door decor to make while you stay home!stay home spring wreaths eucalyptus and hydrangea wreath

My Wee Abode’s most recent spring wreath is this grapevine starburst with succulents and natural elements.  It takes 10 minutes to make this wreath, and you can use the grapevine for every season!DIY 10-minute spring succulent wreath closeup on window pane

Now It’s Your Turn

So, now that you have a plethora of ideas, which stay home spring wreaths might you add to your stay at home project list?  Would love to hear from you in the comments (or email me if you like, too)!

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  1. Thanks for sharing my wreath, dear friend! I love the collection you’ve pulled together. So many great options and unique ideas here! I especially love the different baskets and frame options. Pinned!

  2. So many fun wreath ideas to explore that I haven’t thought of Julie. Your grapevine and succulent wreath is one of my favorites. Love all that green! Thanks so much for sharing my garden monogram wreath sweet friend!

    1. I love the unique monogram sign you used for your spring wreath! So happy to have been able to feature it! Hugs!

  3. So many cute ideas! I love the hydrangea one, the seed packet one and the pine cone flowers especially! What a great round up, I know we are all ready for Spring!

  4. Julie, I love that you reused the container to make another wreath. It’s hard to choose between the peach flowers, and the velvet Easter eggs with sprigs of lavender and eucalyptus. They are both perfect for spring.
    Thank you for sharing this post at the Friday with Friends link party 🙂

  5. I love all the wreaths but I have to go with the Gardener’s wreath as I have lots of empty seed packets that I have saved over the years that will work perfectly on a wreath.

  6. Julie, these are all pretty examples of spring wreaths. I especially like your green one. It just checks off all the boxes for what a spring wreath should be!

    Thanks for sharing at the FWF link party 🙂

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