Add touches of summer color and decor to your home inside and out with a DIY summer wreath or banner. Add one to your front door to welcome guests, to your living room or home office to lighten and brighten up your living space!
This Aloha Pool Noodle Wreath from Fox Hollow Cottage captures summer fun with a touch of the tropics! Hawaiian fabric, flip flops, starfish and the greeting ‘Aloha’ are combined together to make the perfect summer accessory for your door or by the pool:
Christy made this stunning Summer Wreath for under $10! Loads of faux floral blooms and topped off with a bow – so classy and chic:
Make a banner for your garden area! See the easy tutorial for ‘How to Make a Simple Garden Banner’ from Town and Country Living. Hang it over a garden gate to welcome friends and family to your garden of summer blooms:
If you love the coastal look then this Glass Float Wreath by Sand and Sisal is for you! I love the nautical look with the addition of the rope, pretty DIY glass floats and sea glass:
How about a Pottery Barn knockoff? Addicted 2 DIY shows us how to make a DIY Seashell Wreath that’s PB inspired! Adding shells, starfish and a pretty blue chevron burlap bow is the perfect way to bring the beach to your home:
We all have scraps of fabric in our fabric stash – use them to make a gorgeous Summer Fabric Banner. I Heart Naptime has a simple and quick tutorial to show us how quick it is to make one up! This would be so pretty in a home office, gazebo or little girl’s bedroom:
This Pinwheel Wreath from Capitol B represents the whimsy and fun of our childhood summers… remember how exciting it was to run around with a pinwheel in hand, watching the blur of colors in the wind? So pretty!
Summer is all about baseball – make this adorable Monogrammed Baseball Wreath to show your love of this classic summer sport! From Mimi’s Dollhouse:
Succulents are really trendy right now: Add them to your door with this DIY Succulent Wreath by Simple Details. This one is made with real succulents but you could use faux plants for a similar look:
Every summer drink needs a colorful paper parasol – why not turn them into a DIY Paper Parasol Wreath ? From Eclectically Vintage:
Do you decorate your front door and home for summer? Which banner or wreath is your favorite?