If you’re looking for a fun summer craft project, check out these DIY summer wreaths! They’re the perfect addition to your summer porch!
Ahh, I’m so glad summer’s here. I’m looking forward to lots of relaxing pool days. HA, who am I kidding, pool days aren’t relaxing when you’re a mom with a crazy toddler who needs constant supervision. 😉 Oh, well, we’ll make it fun anyway.
I love checking out everyone’s fun summer porch decor on our walks to the pool—it reminds me I need to make a new summer wreath for my front door. I thought I’d share some of my favorite DIY summer wreath inspiration that I’ve found in my search! Time to get crafting!
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Fun DIY Wreaths to Make for Summer
Watermelon Pom Pom Wreath
There’s nothing like a slice of juicy watermelon on a hot summer day. Make a funky watermelon wreath out of striped and speckled yarn pom poms! Get the watermelon pom pom wreath tutorial here.
Lemon Garland Wreath
Give me all the citrus for summer! This wreath is made super easy with a genius hack using a premade lemon garland. Get the tutorial at Made in a Day.
Summer Fiesta Wreath
I love how bright and colorful this fiesta wreath is! I feel like I would make this for a Cinco de Mayo party…but then leave it on my door all summer because I’d love it so much. Get the tutorial at Craftaholics Anonymous.
Patriotic Clothespin Wreath
I’m currently making my second 4th of July clothespin wreath for a friend who saw mine and loved it. Patriotic wreaths are great year round but especially fun during the summer months! Get the patriotic clothespin wreath tutorial here.
Mini Beach Ball Wreath
I’ve gotta say that this might be one of the most unique summer wreaths I’ve seen. How adorable are these mini beach balls?! Get the tutorial at Design Improvised.
Fabric Flag Wreath
I love the simplicity of this fabric flag wreath! This is an easy way to dress up a premade greenery wreath for patriotic holidays, and I’m definitely going to be making some of those cute handmade scrap fabric flags for my 4th of July decor! Get the tutorial at Tatertots and Jello.
Flip Flop Leis Wreath
Dollar store crafts are some of the best! This wreath is made with 3 leis, a pair of flip flops, and a wire wreath form (which ended up being more secure than the pool noodle idea in the first part of the tutorial, so save yourself the trouble and start with that 🙂). Get the tutorial at Moneywise Moms.
Summer Magnolia Wreath
Faux magnolias make the perfect fresh, neutral summer wreath! This wreath will look gorgeous with pretty much any decor style. Get the tutorial at My One Hundred Year Old Home.
4th of July Burlap Flag Wreath
This patriotic flag wreath made with rolls of burlap is so fun and simple! The stars were stenciled on with spray paint, but you could probably just as easily hand paint them. Get the tutorial at A Mom’s Take.
This hydrangea wreath is surprisingly simple to make. Plus, you can easily customize it with whatever color of faux hydrangeas you want! Get the tutorial at The How To Mom.
Navy & Pink Tropical Flower Wreath
I love the modern look of this tropical wreath! I’m not sure why I’ve never thought to paint a foam wreath form, but what a fun (and inexpensive) way to add color to a wreath! Get the tutorial at Made in a Day.
Watermelon Rag Wreath
I’ve always wanted to make a rag wreath, and this watermelon wreath is perfect for summer! Get the tutorial at Craft Create Cook.
Dollar Store Lemon Wreath
I love the fresh look of this simple lemon wreath! It’s so cheerful, and the best part? It’s made with inexpensive supplies–most from the dollar store! Get the tutorial at Create Pray Love.
If you’re looking for a more neutral, coastal option, this driftwood wreath would be perfect! Now I’m going to have to plan a lake or beach vacation—just so I can collect all the driftwood. 😉 Get the tutorial at Sustain My Craft Habit.
Garden Hose Wreath
Who knew a simple garden hose could look so cute?! I’ve seen this tutorial floating around my Pinterest feed for some time but I always thought it looked complicated. Turns out it’s super simple, though—you just need a few twisty ties or zip ties! Get the tutorial at Create Craft Love.
DIY Summer Wreaths for Your Front Door
I hope this post has sufficiently inspired you to go make your own DIY summer wreath! There are so many fun ideas and tutorials out there. Or combine a few and come up with your own unique creation! Happy crafting!