15 Welcoming Spring Door Decorations
Bundled twig wreath
Make your own wreath using bundles of six or so twigs connected with twine. Hot-glue the bundles first, then use the twine to secure the ends. Add small bird ornaments to finish the spring look.
Blooming twig wreath
Look for a twig wreath (available at crafts stores) and bright artificial flowers to add spring flair to your door. Hot-glue flowers into the center of the wreath.
Decorate plastic eggs with washi paper or decoupaged fabric strips. Poke a hole with an awl, then string on wire for a bright note on the front door.
Repurpose a vintage watering can into a spring oasis. Set floral foam in the can to secure stems. Blown eggs and ferns create a tiny garden with multi-hued pink tulips as a background bouquet.
Turn your doorway into an enchanted garden with a homemade wreath. Wrap moss around a Styrofoam wreath and insert greenery with hints of flowers - we love using pale pink roses as accents.
Add a pop of purple color — as well as floral perfume — to your entryway with a lavender wreath. This wreath came from Willowfield Lavender Farm in Mooresville, Indiana.
Seasonal favorites fill this spring basket. White pussy willow buds complement dainty white tulips. To make a robin's nest: Crack an uncooked egg, rinse, dry and spray paint the shell a light blue. Hang basket with a ribbon on handle. Mist the grass periodically with water.
Showers and flowers
Transform an umbrella into a clever container for springtime trimmings. Tie ribbon around a closed umbrella, and fill the umbrella pockets with tissue paper. Craft a bird's nest with blown eggs, twigs and moss. Tuck in tulips and ferns to fill out the arrangement.
Lamb’s ear wreath
To make this spring door decoration, hot-glue lamb’s ear leaves (either fresh or artificial) to a plastic-foam wreath. Don’t forget to hide the sides of the foam ring with the felt-like leaves. Top with silk flowers for bursts of color, and hang with a pretty ribbon. This wreath also makes a great centerpiece.
Pussy willow wreath
Among the first signs of spring are the fuzzy buds of pussy willow. Choose pencil-thick branches with catkins showing their silvery fur. We bunched willow branches together and tied the bunches on a grapevine wreath base. Keep the branches out of water to prevent the buds from opening and becoming short-lasting blooms.
This woodsy wreath plays host to its own potted plants. Start with freshly picked or fallen twigs and bend them into a wreath shape (or use a purchased grapevine wreath). Use wire to attach small planters with ferns and other cascading plants.
Preserve your gardens' blooms with a wreath of dried botanicals. Our favorites flowers to dry include hydrangeas, peonies, roses and strawflowers.
Create a nontraditional spring wreath with a beach theme. Hot glue deer or Spanish moss to a twig wreath. Glue or wire seashells, starfish and other beach fare of various sizes around the wreath. Add dried flowers and small ornaments in coordinating colors to finish.
Hot-glue jelly beans hot-glued onto a wood initial (available at crafts stores) for a sweet hello on the front door. We coordinated jelly bean and ribbon colors so they pop against the yellow door.