Written by Hugh Metcalf

6 of the best spring wreaths to buy and DIY

Bring the joy of spring to your home with these trending floral wreath decorations. 

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We’re well-acquainted with wreaths at Christmastime, but how about for spring? They’re a growing trend year on year, and for spring 2020, there’s some beautiful artificial options out there, whether you choose to buy one readymade, or craft one yourself from the raw materials. 

Here’s some inspiration to get you started. 

Hello Spring wreath, £5, Sainsbury’s

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A trendy half wreath with styish cursive lettering, this supermarket design packs in plenty for its £5 price tag.  

Spring wreath DIY, Dunelm 

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This simple DIY is created using a large embroidery hoop and artificial flowers of your own choosing, all available from your local Dunelm store. 

Lavender floral spring wreath, £27.99 Lights4fun 

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This dried flower wreath looks like the real deal, but it’s actually artificial, meaning you can use it again year after year. 

Wooden bunny door decoration, £7.99, Ginger Ray

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While this minimalist wreath gives a wink to Easter, it’ll work as a decoration for your home all spring long. 

Spring wreath, £34.95, Paper Tree 

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Artfully made from sustainable paper, this wreath is a stylish alternative to faux florals. Or why not try picking up some origami skills to create your own from scratch? 

Succulent embellished wreath, Hobbycraft 

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Embellishing a twig wreath with your own design is relatively easy, whether using fresh, dried or artifical blooms. Hobbycraft has an egg-shaped wreath this year, and we love this idea for using faux succulents as part of the design. 


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