The right way to whip up this fruity decoration is with a glass of lemonade in hand.
Let this grapevine wreath serve as the cheeriest hello on your doorstep all summer long.
The pom-pom flowers come in blue, pink, and purple, but sometimes simple white reads best.
All you need is the brightest yarn and felt in the craft store to create this bold wreath for your door this summer.
Infuse farmhouse style into your home that Joanna Gaines would approve of with this wreath made out of a wagon wheel and eucalyptus.
Wired to a simple grapevine wreath, sprigs of artificial greenery could pass for the real thing. Bonus: It works year-round.
Let's face it: These cuties are lost on quickly drunk summer cocktails. Make their effect last with this DIY instead.
Everything about this wreath screams summer, from the warm yellow fabric to the bright red bicycle — which even has a burlap-covered basket toting pretty flowers.
Put a bow on it! Long white ribbon looks perfectly romantic for a summer wedding.
If you're clever with a hook and some yarn, celebrate the season with this beaming door greeter.
This adorable project displays tiny swimsuits clipped to tiny clothesline to make a tiny statement that summer fun has begun.
Transport yourself to the tropics with this project. To make it, simply glue together pineapple honeycomb centerpieces that you can find at the party store.
When your door needs a touch of Americana, this red, white and blue decoration is the perfect add.
It only seems fitting that this summery symbol serves as the centerpiece on this astroturf-covered wreath.
If you're constantly dreaming of lounging at the shore, fill the void between beach weekends with this colorful craft.
An anchor detail and seashell garland transform this rope-covered wreath into a coastal creation.
The flowers on this sweet door ornament are actually floral hair clips, which makes them super easy to attach.
This wreath uses flip flops as a unique alternative for its base. The dark blue hue resembles water, making decorative starfish a great finishing touch.
An assortment of shells make an impressive impact on this simple grapevine wreath.
Scraps of patterned fabric might look weak by themselves, but together, they've got in-your-face-style.
When summer calls for something bright and colorful, this wreath is the perfect vibrant touch.