My Favorite Spring DIY Wreaths and Garlands

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I love to make wreaths and garlands. Wreaths are so much fun to make and today I am sharing my favorite DIY wreaths and garlands for spring.

DIY wreaths and garlands might be my favorite craft project. Today I am sharing some of my favorites with you.

Spring Wreath DIY

I get asked all of the time which DIY craft is my favorite. I can narrow it down to two as of now. Wreaths and pillows.

I used the term “as of now” because I am sure it will change. Maybe even next week. Ha ha.

I love these because they are perfect home decor items to add color or fun in to any room. They are also easy to make and the creative opportunities are endless.

Here are eleven of my favorite DIY wreaths and garlands that are great spring projects.

My Favorite Spring DIY Wreaths and Garlands

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Frequently Asked Questions

Is it cheaper to make your own wreath?

Ready-made wreaths can easily cost $100 and up. And yes, making your own wreaths is A LOT cheaper. I love making wreaths but I

Can you make a wreath out of pine cones?

Absolutely! I shared two wreaths I have made out of pine cones and they are my favorites. The cut pine cones look like flowers and they make the most beautiful wreaths.

Where is the best place to buy wreaths and garlands?

I love making my own but occasionally I find ones to buy because they are just easier and inexpensive. I think the best prices and variety are on Amazon. I included some suggestions below.

Not a DIYer?

Check Out These Links to Inexpensive Spring Wreaths and Garlands

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  1. Love all the wreaths but the pinecones are my favs. I’m determined to make one and I have a ton of pinecones but boy it’s a challenge to cut them!
    For every one success in cutting, I ruin the next 2😂.

  2. Hi Leslie, I really struggled with the cutting of the pine cones with hand shears. I have arthritis, so it made it very difficult. My husband took some pinecones out to his wood shop and used his ban saw. He also cut some on his chop saw, holding the top of the pinecone with long handled pliers for safety. The chop saw I believe gave a nicer cut. If anyone has the option of either saw and a husband to help you if needed, I suggest that. I’m excited to start the painting.

    1. The cutting of the pinecones is definitely the hardest part Jean. I am so glad your husband was able to help you! Now for the fun part!! Please let me know how yours turns out!

  3. Thank you Leslie. I will definitely let you know how my wreath turns out. I’m looking forward to seeing it completed.

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