How cute is this wreath for a summer picnic or barbecue? And the great thing about it is you can make it with inexpensive supplies from the dollar store -- crepe paper, mustard container, utensils. This summer wreath proves that it pays to think outside the box.
Add some patriotic flair to your front door with silk, white hydrangeas, and red-white-and-blue pinwheels in a decorative container. Pinwheels are easy to make, and if they're protected from the elements, you can always use them the following year in a different way.
In recent years, the cutout trend has blown up, so why not turn a cutout into a wreath? This one was made by painting a wooden cutout of the USA with red and white stripes. Then a blue vinyl decal was added for the lettering. A perfect wreath for Memorial Day through the 4th of July.
Nothing says warmer weather and summertime quite like sipping fruity drinks while sitting poolside. So why not put those drink umbrellas into your summer door decor? It's an inexpensive way to add a fun punch of color to your front door.
Looking for a cost-effective way to add color to your front door? Why not use balloons? Simply pin them to a wreath form and you're ready to party!
This painted foam and faux succulent wreath is perfect for those with more subdued tastes. While this wreath is calming in the color department, it still gives a summer vibe with the crisp green succulents and foam painted to resemble light faux wood.
Show your love for warm weather and fireworks with this adorable wreath. The firework is made with a paper towel roll, washi tape, paper, and rope. Such a cute idea!