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31 Summer Wreaths to Make

These DIY summer door wreaths are worthy of obsession.

By: Karisa Tell, Editor, FaveCrafts.com
Updated July 12, 2018
31 Summer Wreaths to Make

Learn how to make a wreath that represents your personal style to hang proudly on your front door!

With this collection of summer front door wreaths to make, you're sure to find several wreath designs you like.

You can make a patriotic wreath to celebrate 4th of July, Memorial Day, or Flag Day, and you'll probably love it enough to keep it hanging up all year round! If you enjoy recycling paper and changing your wreaths with the seasons, check out one of our genius paper crafted wreaths. We've also got DIY wreath ideas for those who want to give their home a beach vibe, and don't forget the classic floral wreaths for summer!

Celebrate the season with a festive summer wreath.

Patriotic Wreaths

Of all the summer front door wreaths to make, these patriotic wreaths are the ones that scream "summer!" the most. When I think summer decor, I always think 4th of July. Show your pride for the USA by making a patriotic wreath to hang right on your front door. These wreaths can stay up all year long to show your support for your country.

  • Patriotic Crochet Wreath

    Crochet some stars and stripes for a patriotic wreath this 4th of July. This wreath crochet pattern uses patriotic yarn colors of red, white and navy blue.

  • Star Spangled Felt Wreath

    Create an attractive 4th of July wreath using wood stars, felt and acrylic paint in red, white and blue. Decorate your door with this free 4th of July craft project.

  • 4th of July Star Wreath

    Wreaths are a great idea for homemade 4th of July decorations. This features striped ribbon and paper stars in red, white and blue.

  • Red, White, and Blue Wreath

    With a few simple materials, you can create thie Red, White, and Blue Wreath just in time for your 4th of July celebration. Great for hanging both indoors and out, this do it yourself wreath is easy and fun to make. You could even use this same technique to create a wreath in any of your favorite colors.

  • Easy Patriotic Rag Wreath

    This is a great project to use up some scrap fabric. Grab some pieces of leftover fabric in reds, whites, and blues and cut them into straight strips. Then you can attach the strips to the wire frame to form your DIY wreath.

Wreaths for the Beach Bum

If you're not lucky enough to live on the beach, you can still pretend! Turn your home into a beachy oasis with one of these beach-inspired summer front door wreaths. And if your home does happen to be on the beach, one of these homemade wreaths will be the perfect fit with the rest of your nautical decor.

  • Old Denim Jeans Nautical Wreath

    Are you far away from the beach? Get a little closer to the sea with this upcycled wreath project! Don't toss your old jeans away, and use your denim scraps to create this fun DIY wreath. It's so cute that you won't be able to resist.

  • Summer Beach Wreath

    Make your home look a little brighter with this colorful Summer Beach Wreath! If you can't go to the beach, why not bring it to your home? This styrofoam wreath makes a great indoor or outdoor decoration that all beach-lovers will enjoy.

  • Day at the Beach Wreath

    This beach theme art home decor project will feel like you brought the beach home with you. Use eclectic embellishment mix that can be purchased or assembled from your own beachcombing treasures.

  • Easy Sea Glass Wreath

    This tiny decorative wreath is easy enough to hang on your door. Brighten up your bathroom or beach house with this soft and sweet wreath.

  • Beware of Sharks DIY Wreath

    While decorating your pool with serene island décor is relaxing and delightful, sometimes you want to add some décor with a bite! This how to make a wreath tutorial is a cheap craft idea that is perfect for summer laughs and shark week.

  • Seashell Mosaic Wreath

    Seashell crafts are becoming increasingly popular and make excellent bathroom decor or beautiful decorations for your beach home. The mosaic technique for this seashell wreath project sets it apart from many other sea shell wreath ideas. Try something different!

  • Sparkling Sea Glass Wreath

    Get the beautiful shine in your home with a sparkling sea glass wreath. Diane Flowers lets us show the beauty in our homes with this great creation.

Floral Wreath Ideas for Summer

Get in the mood for warm weather, barbecues, and the great ourdoors with these pretty summer front door wreaths! You can decorate your wreath with flowers, lady bugs and bees, or even a bright pink feather boa! All of these wreaths would look so pretty hanging on your front door this summer, and they're all very easy to make too.

  • Bright Gerbera Wreath

    Fresh and festive, this playful, paper-wrapped wreath brings a dash of summer sunshine to any room. Make it yourself in just a few easy steps!

  • Woodland Flower Wreath

    Summer is all about sunshine, warmth, and flowers! If you're looking for a DIY wreath that'll perfectly represent summer, you'll need to craft this floral wreath. Made from natural materials, this wreath is easy to make, and it won't cost much!

  • Fabulous Faux Flower Wreath

    This fabulous faux flower wreath provides all the charm of fresh blooms with the longevity that allows you to use it for years after you make it. You don't have to snip fresh buds to keep that summer feeling alive in your home, because this project more than does the trick.

  • Dried Hydrangea Wreath

    Decorative wreaths, like this hydrangea wreath, are great for creating a first impression!  With some beautiful dried flowers, you can have an arrangement that will add a special touch to any home.

  • Floral Beehive Wreath

    This great summer beehive wreath will look great hanging on your door. It's a quick and easy DIY craft anyone would love to have in their home. Don't worry, these bees won't sting.

Paper Wreaths for Summer

Paper is a thrifty medium for wreath making, and it works especially well if you're making disposable wreaths to change with the changing seasons. Get the kids involved making these summer front door wreaths. You can even turn it into a fun recycling project!

  • Pretty Paper Pinwheel Wreath

    Evoke memories of childhood fun with this clever, pretty paper pinwheel wreath. Whether you hang it in your beach house in summertime or on your front door in the middle of winter, it's sure to bring playful smiles to everyone's faces.

  • Decorative Vintage Paper Wreath

    Hang a Decorative Vintage Paper Wreath on your door this season! Try this recycled craft idea if you're looking for a fun project.

  • Homemade Paper Banana Leaf Wreath

    Looking for a getaway vacation? With this paper wreath hanging in your home, you'll feel like you're in a tropical paradise. So, sit back, relax, and craft this beautiful and inexpensive wreath.

  • Peony Wreath

    This cute decorative wreath is great for the summer months. Made with tissue paper, it's lightweight and colorful and a great way to welcome people into your home!

  • Colorful Cupcake Liner Wreath

    This DIY wreath idea is a fun, inexpensive, and easy way to add a little bit of summer festivity to your home decor. Simply dye or paint the cupcake liners, pin them to a wreath form, and you have a cute and creative piece to display around the house.

  • Easy Paper Wreath

    With bright green construction paper, glitter and some other glitsy materials you can create a paper wreath. Kathleen George shows us how to make a wreath. It can be used inside or outside and it would be a fun craft for the kids to do.

More Summer Wreaths to Make

If you want to learn how to make a summer wreath for front door and nothing has struck your fancy yet, explore this collection of more wreath ideas! These summer wreaths to make are quirky and fun and your guests will love them. 

  • Geometric Himmeli Wreath DIY

    Wreaths aren't always made out of flowers, leaves, and twigs. This Geometric Himmeli Wreath DIY is a twist to your traditional wreath. If you're looking for a unique decoration to hang in your home, this wreath is a winner!

  • Fluffy Pink Feather Wreath

    Brighten up your front door - or your baby girl's bedroom door - with this fun, fluffy pink feather wreath. Certain to elicit smiles, this project can be recreated in red or green to celebrate Christmas.

  • DIY Garden Hose Wreath

    During the summer, it's all about gardening. So, of course, we had to include this adorable garden hose wreath! Using materials that you already have at home, you can create this unique DIY wreath in a few minutes.

  • Super Scrappy Fabric Wreath

    Showcase all your favorite fabric scraps with this Super Scrappy Fabric Wreath. Perfect for hanging both indoors and out, this scraptastic wreath is a fun way to decorate your home (and clean up your craft stash at the same time!).

  • Flip Flop Wreath

    Raid your local clothing store or upcycle some old flip flops and make this quirky summer wreath. This is the perfect wreath for a summer pool party and kids will love it.

  • Summer Swimsuit Wreath

    This darling wreath will get your family excited for summer, whether you're spending days in the pool, at the lake or beach, or just having a blast out in the sun! Hang out these cute little swimsuits soaked with summer fun on your wall or door to commemorate all the good times past and those to come.

  • Picnic Wreath

    Ladybugs, flowers, and cloth give the look of a picnic wreath. It can be put up in your kitchen or on the outside door.

  • Save Your Buttons

    Old buttons don't have to be thrown away. You can now save them and create a unique wreath. We have provided complete instructions on how to make a decorative wreath.

What is your favorite summer icon? Beach balls, sand castles, flip flops, swimsuits, or something else?
Let us know in the comments!

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This is a great ebook. I down load them to my iPad and then pick out the ones I like and delete the rest. No wasted paper. This is very nice because not many ppl bother with wreaths until the Fall. Then after Easter they are gone. This would help for all summer.

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I find that projects are repeated so often by the time I have gone through the lists and looked at each one I am discouraged because I have already saved or rejected that projects maybe 2 or 3 times before.

I totally agree with Katie. I also give up looking at projects lists due to lack of time for opening each one individually, finding they aren't of interest, going back and trying again. A thumbnail of each project would make the site so much more user friendly. There are lots of good ideas that I'm sure I've missed due to this problem. This is not a rating for this project! It's a rating for site usability.

Is there anyway you could put out thumbnail views of large groups of wreaths - or any series, for that matter. Its time consuming to open each project seperately just to see if I even like it. I think I miss a lot because I give up looking at them. Thanks for considering. Great newsletter overall! I like receiving it and have given your link to friends and art teachers. - Kitty Lebens, NY.

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