After a long, cold, and gray winter, I think we are all more-than-ready for spring! One fun way to add instant color and life to your home is with a wreath. Wreaths aren’t just for the front door, but they can be hung on interior doors, on bookcases, over a mantel, or as a work of art on a wall. Creating your own wreath can be as simple as wrapping an embroidery hoop with yarn or as involved as gathering burlap into ruffles.

The blogosphere is blooming with many different spring wreaths. The creativity that people possess never ceases to amaze. Today, I’m sharing nine inspiring spring wreaths that have made me smile this week! I love the natural simplicity of this grapevine and forsythia wreath. The bright yellow color is so welcoming.
Source: Whimsical Spring Forsythia Wreath | SAS Interiors

This is the most creative wreath I’ve seen this spring. Made from a garden hose, I think it’s perfect for this time of year.
Source: Garden Hose Spring Wreath | Create. Craft. Love

My favorite thing about plain fabric is that it can be manipulated into such a thing of beauty. This ruffled burlap wreath does just that!
Source: Ruffled Burlap Wreath | The Handmade Home

Bird eggs are quite the rage this season as they should be. I love the combination of a grapevine wreath, moss, and blue robin’s eggs.
Source: Robin’s Egg Spring Wreath | I Love You More Than Carrots

This wreath is unusual, but it’s so fun with painted foam balls and a polka dot painted pattern on the straw wreath. I love the black and white ribbon too.
Source: Polka Dot Straw Wreath | Positively Splendid

 Making a split pea wreath is cost-effective and easy. It has such fabulous texture and the color is just perfect for spring.
Source: Split Pea Wreath | Love of Family & Home

I’ve seen yarn wreaths before, but never an embroidery hoop yarn wrapped wreath. I would hang this wreath in my home in a heartbeat because it is so happy.
Source: Yarn Embroidery Hoop Wreath | The Silly Pearl

This wreath combines feminine muslin with natural elements of moss and a bird’s nest. The yellow rolled flowers give it a boost of spring color.
Source: Ruffled Muslin Spring Wreath | My Blessed Life

This pretty wreath is like a flower bouquet on your front door. It is ridiculously easy to make and your neighbors will slow down to gawk.
Source: Spring Tulip Wreath | The Frugal Homemaker

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Myra has a B.A. in Interior Design and is currently self-employed. When she’s not spending time with her little man, thrifting, creating, shopping, or working on a project, Myra enjoys date nights with her husband and blogging at My Blessed Life.