Whether you live in a house or an apartment, your pad makes its very first impression with the front door decor. So leaving it bare during a holiday is simply not acceptable if you want to give off those homey, welcoming vibes. With Easter just around the corner, we want our front doors to be hoppin’ ready. Take a good look at these 20 DIY Easter wreaths and decide which one you want to flaunt as the entryway for your Easter brunch.

Sparkly Eggs Easter Wreath

1. Sparkly Eggs Wreath: When it comes to glitter or neon, we are totally there. This wreath is the perfect combination of both. (via The Homesteady)

floral wallpaper easter wreath

2. Wallpaper Floral Wreath: While you could craft this out of scrapbook paper, wallpaper will be sturdier and all-around gorgeous. (via The House That Lars Built)

Mini Spring Flower Easter Wreath

3. Mini Spring Flower Wreath: Since we’re talking flowers, isn’t this the sweetest little wreath you’ve ever seen? (via Lovelies in My life)

Bunny Easter Wreath

4. Bunny Wreath: We think this pretty bunny wreath would be the perfect decor for a spring baby shower or a garden party. (via Bubbly Nature Creations)

succulent easter wreath

5. Succulent Wreath: There’s a special place in our hearts for succulents, so this living wreath is right up our alley. (via Garden Therapy)

Yarn Wrapped Bunny Easter Wreath

6. Yarn Wrapped Wreath: It’s all yarn and felt, folks (with a li’l lace, of course). Feel free to play around with colors and shapes for a cute, one-of-a-kind springtime wreath. (via Very Truly Me)

tulip easter wreath

7. Tulip Wreath: You’ll want to buy out JoAnn’s silk tulips, ’cause this colorful wreath is made just for your front door. (via The Frugal Homemaker)

 Blue Egg Easter Wreath

8. Blue Egg Wreath: Robin’s egg blue is an Easter decorating must, and this wreath incorporates it perfectly. (via I Love You More Than Carrots)

Paper Daffodil Easter Wreath

9. Paper Daffodil Wreath: The best part about this lovely paper wreath is that it’s a kid-friendly project. So get those little fingers poised and ready. (via Classic Play)

Peeps Easter Wreath

10. Peeps Wreath: An entire wreath made out of Peeps? We can’t even. (via Mom Advice)

11. Rainbow Wreath: In case you somehow missed it, we live a V. colorful life here at B+C and this wreath is obvi #eastergoals. (via Lines Across)

12. Geometric Floating Flower Wreath DIY: Take advantage of those beautiful spring blooms with this live wreath. You can dress it up with a monochromatic color scheme, or go more boho with some wildflowers. (via Paper & Stitch)

13. Floral Striped Spring Wreath: The unexpected stripe and floral pairing make this wreath worthy of displaying way after Easter is over. To make sure they lie flat against the moss, cut the flower stems down as close to the head as possible. (via Dwell Beautiful)

14. Rainbow Crepe Paper Wreath: This rainbow of pastels would look great any time of the year. While the instructions are in Chinese, the pictures pretty much explain it all. Enlist the help of that trusty Google translator, and grab some bright crepe paper so you can score this for yourself. (via Wowsai)

15. Spring Paper Flower Wreath: Ignore those rainy day showers, and skip right to the flowers with this colorful DIY. Your spring theme game will be strong with pastels *and* glitter, or you can customize each petal to fit your existing color scheme. (via Gathering Beauty)

16. Modern Spring Wreath: Spring is *all* about that greenery, so adding a forest vibe to your decor with some moss, air plants and feathers is just right. (via Earnest Home Co.)

17. Daffodil Wreath: Nothin’ says spring like daffodils. If the season is taking a bit longer to arrive than predicted (ahem, Punxsutawney Phil), fake it with a few DIYed paper daffodils that’ll bloom all the way through summer and beyond. (via The House That Lars Built)

18. Floral Streamer Wreath: Crepe paper is super fun to work with, but it’s the wire frame that makes this wreath stand out. Stay with the rainbow theme, or go for a look that’s more monochromatic — you certainly can’t go wrong with this minimalist stunner. (via The House That Lars Built)

19. Wooden Spoon Wreath: These spoons look great in their natural wood state, but if you can only find plastic ones, just spray paint them with your color of choice before assembling. Once you hang it, the compliments from your neighbors will start rolling in immediately. (via Blitsy)

20. Modern Paper Wreath: This asymmetrical work of art is perfect for displaying in springtime and beyond. Swap the paper flowers for each season — think brighter hues in summer and bolder, darker hues in fall and winter — to keep it fresh throughout the year. (via Kendall Jackson)

Do you have a DIY Easter wreath to show off? Tag us @Britandco.