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Roundup: 10 Colorful DIY Summer Wreaths

by on Jul 4, 2013

A Diamond In The Stuff

I’ll admit it, the wreath on my front door is leftover from last winter. So I decided that it was high time to make a colorful new summer one to freshen up the entryway. Here are ten pretty ideas that I’m using as my inspiration.   

"A Wall decorated with Beads and Flowers"

1. Channel your inner hippie with this fun beaded wreath. Check out the detailed photo tutorial here. [Photo: Silly Pearl]

2. Add some serious color to your front door with this pretty silk peony wreath. [Photo: The Glamorous Housewife]

Wreaths are made of clothespins, paper, and artificial flowers.

3. Add a brightly colored ribbon to this minimalist vintage clothespin wreath. Find out how to make one here. [Photo: Shelterness]

4. Check out the instructions for this pretty purple wreath right here. [Photo: Small Home Big Start]

5. Grab some felt and burlap to make this one. Read the instructions here. [Photo: The Crafted Sparrow]

A tan and red wreath with a blue and white board hanging from it with A black H on it and a rope wreath with rope starts around the bottom.

6. Add same nautical glamour to your front door! Find out how to make this striped beauty here. [Photo: Chase The Star]

7. Or nix the stripes and go with starfish instead. Read the directions here. [Photo: A Pop Of Pretty]

Different types of colorful wreaths are shown.

8. A living succulent wreath is another eye-catching option. Check out the full photo tutorial right over here. [Photo: Prudent Baby]

9. Lemons add a pop of summery color to this front door. Find out how it was made here. [Photo: A Diamond In The Stuff]

10. A striped fabric wreath dresses up this basic white door. Make your own using these instructions. [Photo: Christina’s Adventures]

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