Beyond the Picket Fence: Put some spring on your door with this adorable nest wreath. Made from old bed springs and lots of natural elements, this wreath is unlike any you've ever seen.
Blue Cricket Design: Who says a wreath has to be round? With a coat of paint and some clever accessories, a rectangular picture frame is transformed into an unique door wreath that can be easily changed with the seasons.
Living With Lindsay: If you've got some old paperback books and a glue gun, you've got the makings for this totally cute indoor wreath. Make several in different sizes for a one-of-a-kind wall display.
Embellished Bayou: Spring is all about color and this wreath has it in abundance. Made from a simple styrofoam form adorned with lots of curly ribbon, it's perfect for welcoming spring or guests at a birthday party.
Tater Tots and Jello: Spoons and maps may not sound like wreath-making materials, but here they are. A little elbow grease and some scrapbook paper are all you need to recreate this inspired kitchen wreath.
The City Cradle: Attach some recycled plastic bottle flowers to an old bicycle wheel for a front door conversation piece. If you don't have an old bike, anything round will do.
Tried and True: Welcome the Easter Bunny with this sweet Peep wreath. Instead of eating them, mix and match different colored marshmallow treats for a surprisingly durable spring decoration.