Transform a simple square grapevine wreath with a layer of white spray paint and a small round florist foam cage (secured with wire to the bottom of the wreath). This version is filled with springy white anemones, but you can insert any flower into the foam and finish with a pinning of Spanish moss and flowy ribbons.
Start with a living wreath form (a wire form lined with live damp moss and filled with potting soil). Then, insert clippings of succulents, ivy, and ferns, using U-shaped florist pins to secure everything in place.
Forego a traditional round wreath in favor of a modern square basket hung on your front door. Line the basket with sheet moss (use empty plastic water bottles to fill space on the inside of the basket, if necessary), fill with soil, and arrange with sprigs of spring flowers and foliage.
Start with a round grapevine wreath and use thin florist wire to secure greenery and small bunches of tulips around the circle. Tip: Live tulips are delicate, so purchase high-quality artificial tulips to make your wreath if you want it to last throughout the season.
Hot glue groupings of hydrangea blooms, daisy sprigs, and lavender stems along one side of a round grapevine wreath, leaving a space in the middle; then, finish with a grouping of a few larger hydrangea blooms.
It doesn’t get much easier that this: Simply glue natural sheet moss to a wreath form and wrap it randomly with jute twine. For added whimsy, hang a brightly painted mini birdhouse (available at most craft or dollar stores) in the middle of your wreath.
Simply take groups of sage leaves (5 to 6 large leaves) and use U-shaped floral pins to secure each bunch to a round Styrofoam wreath base. Keep pinning until you've filled up your base, and hang the wreath on your front door with a thick piece of silk or grosgrain ribbon.
Layer two inexpensive store-bought wreaths (a basic round grapevine wreath and a slightly smaller twig-and-egg wreath, found at most craft stores). Secure together with florist wire or dots of hot glue.
Though citrus is popular during the winter months, it also looks fresh and colorful for springtime, as well. Start with a square wire wreath frame. Using thin florist wire, create bunches with artificial citrus fruits, laurel branches, and berry branches; lay bunches on top of the frame, concentrating them in two opposite corners of the wreath. Attach them to the frame with paddle wire. Fill in the rest of the frame with bay branches.