Whoa!!! Easter is coming early this year — April 1st. We’ve only got a few weeks to get ready. Do you decorate your front door for Easter? I’d love to hear how. Either leave a comment on this post or hit reply to my email and let me know. If you do, today I’m sharing some Easter wreath ideas to get you going.
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20 Easter Wreath Ideas
I found quite a few burlap wreaths for Easter but this one was my favorite. Remember… purple is supposed to be the color of the year!
Hydrangea Easter Wreath
Hydrangeas are one of my favorite flower so I love this wreath. You could remove the Easter eggs and use this all spring.
Similar to the first burlap wreath but this one is based on a grapevine wreath base. I’m sure you’ve got one of those laying around somewhere.
Talk about repurposing! Cut up a box and make this cutie!
This wreath didn’t turn out like she was expecting but I think the simplicity is beautiful.
How ’bout making an Easter basket for your front door?
This project comes with an interchangeable sign.
Another amazing repurposed project!
This Easter wreath may be my very favorite! I never would have thought to make giant carrots for my front door decor.
Pottery Barn Inspired Bunny Wreath
Another Pottery Barn knock off.
I’ve never spray painted a wreath but I might after seeing this project.
This one can be switched out for different seasons
I love working with fun fur yarn!
Now this one’s different! Have fun with the pattern and colors on this.
Here are a few more Easter wreath ideas you might like:
- Pastel and Gold Plastic Easter Egg Wreath
- The Easiest Burlap Wreath You’ll Ever Make
- Vintage Sieve Easter Wreath
- Rainbow Peeps Wreath
- Easter Pom Pom Wreath
Thanks for reading. Don’t forget to leave a comment and let me know how you decorate your front door for Easter.
‘Til the next project,
Ann @ Duct Tape and Denim