Deck up your home this season with these DIY Wall Hangings for Spring! Brighten up your walls with flowers, rainbows, birds and more!
There are some people who stick to the same decor scheme for months, even years on end. And then there are those who change something every month or even week. I think most of us are somewhere in the middle, changing things when the season changes.
There’s something very refreshing about changing up your decor, even if it’s just the color of your cushions. The place suddenly feels new and inviting, and you enjoy it more. It’s also fun to celebrate different seasons in a positive sense!
Contrary to what many people think, you don’t have to go for a complete overhaul of all your furnishings – even small touches can have a great impact. For instance, take down an old painting and hang up something new. If you’re looking for ideas, you’ve come to the right place because we’ve got here 20 ideas for DIY wall hangings for spring. Ranging from easy to difficult, there’s something here for everyone to try!
20 DIY Wall Hangings for Spring | Spring Decor Ideas
One of the easiest way to bring about a seasonal change in your decor is with a wreath. They’re also one of the most economical ways, considering you can easily find a plain wreath at a craft store! Check out Creative Ramblings Blog’s conversion of a plain wreath into a spring one with some simple additions.
Spring means the birth baby birds, as the parents return home for warm weather. Celebrate the little cheep cheeps with a nature-inspired wall art with twigs and paper birds. Super easy to put together after a walk in the park!
We’re big fans of embroidery hoops – there are so many ways to use them! Consumer Crafts takes a regular sized hoop and attaches some felt flowers for a pretty yet elegant piece of wall decor.
Let the kids get together with all their craft supplies to create this little red hen collage! With lots of texture and multiple materials, this will be a fun project for the little ones!
If you’ve got lots of craft supplies in one color, then this project from Moms and Crafters is a good idea to try! With yarn and felt in shades of pink, you have a pretty wall hanging that would be great for a child’s room.
Spring brings with it new hope and new dreams. Make sure the bad dreams stay away with a dream catcher above your head. And when its this colorful, it keeps you cheerful all day too!
We love recycled crafts and it’s hard to believe that this wall hanging from Craftaholics Anonymous is made using old egg cartons! Just paint them, string them and hang them up – and wait for the compliments!
If you’re in the mood to get artsy with your paints, try out this sponge pouncer wall art idea. We’ve got some lovey dovey spring birds here, but you can customize it to your liking.
Okay spring, if we need to spell it out for you, here you go! This seems to be the sentiment behind this cute project from Alice and Lois. Use any combination of colors for the pom poms to go with the rest of your decor.
If you have a thing for pom poms and tassels and can’t choose between the two, you’re in luck! Brit Co. has the perfect DIY wall hanging for you that includes both pom poms and tassels in a fun combination.
It’s time for great weather, so let that rainbow peek out from the clouds with this Scrabble theme wall art! Make use of leftover tiles and create your own personal message for your frame.
Bliss Makes uses a wooden semicircle to create a boho-inspired rainbow wall hanging that’s just perfect for spring! Marking out the arcs for the rainbow may take a bit of math, but from then on it gets easier.
Modern Glam has a hoop wall hanging that just screams spring!! You can easily get artificial flowers and leaves from a craft store, and then it’s just a matter of assembling them in an attractive arrangement.
Burlap may seem like something people use more in fall, but it works perfectly here in this spring wall art! Use bright buttons to create your own spring pattern, whether it’s flowers, birds or your name!
Making pom poms can feel addictive, and if you’ve got a stock made in different colors, Sugar Bee Crafts shows you how to use them! String them together on a branch for a trendy, youthful wall hanging.
Macrame seems to be quite the ‘in’ thing these days, and The Craft Patch uses it in a colorful rainbow wall hanging that has our hearts! Those paper flowers are optional, but we’d highly recommend making them.
If you’re a fan of quilling, you are going to love this quilling spring wall art. With flowers, ladybugs and butterflies, every part of this wall hanging just echoes the spring season!
Handmade Charlotte has a simple DIY wall hanging project that even little kids can do. Gather your pipe cleaners in different colors and start bending them to create flowers and leaves. Once you have enough, arrange them on the banner and your’e done!
Lost Mom has a DIY Wall hanging that would work well as a collaborative project. Let kids get together to make lots of felt bows in different colors and sizes, and then let them work together to arrange them on a wreath.
This is one of those projects that takes very little time and effort, but looks like you spent ages on it! This hoop wall hanging is easy to make with some yarn and artificial flowers, and you can choose any color theme you like.
Besides your wall hangings, there are many other things you can try making to bring spring indoors. Try making some red felt poppies or some newspaper hyacinths to put in a vase. Or you can try making a cardboard birdhouse or clay mushroom photo holder for your desk. Mix and match to create your own custom spring-theme decor!