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Easy DIY Interchangeable Seasonal Wreath!

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Want easy interchangeable seasonal wreaths?? Find out how to make one and then easily replace small branches to change the look for each season.  Updated January 2020.

Hi Friends!  If you are like me, you want nice decor but don’t want to spend a lot of money.  I’ve spent a lot of time over the past few years making new budget-friendly decor for my home.

I love having something cute outside, so one necessity of mine is easy interchangeable seasonal wreaths for our front door. 

I don’t want to store four different wreaths, much less have to remember where I put them the year before!  Don’t judge my memory…

seasonal wreaths

Awhile back I did a step by step tutorial on how to make an easy spring wreath and I mentioned you could easily change it for every season to make them seasonal wreaths.  Since it’s been over a year, and I have used the interchangeable wreath for every season now, I thought I’d show you what I did!

Make sure to check out my DIY grapevine spring wreath to find out how to make the base for the changeable wreath.  This is what it looked like right after I made it.

DIY grapevine spring wreath tutorial

You can tell it was in the Spring months since I had a few purple and yellow branch accents.  I made the Welcome to our home sign out of scrap wood and my Cricut.

I did splurge a little and bought the cotton branches from Chip and Joanne’s store at  Fixer Upper was a huge inspiration when I started updating my house to farmhouse style.

changeable front door wreath

I finally ended up adding some succulents to spruce up our front door.  Keeping plants alive is not one of my gifts and our front door bears the full Sacramento sun in the afternoon all summer, so my front door no longer has these cute plants:(

I made the DIY soliciting sign and love it!!  I have a video tutorial for you on how to make it, without a cutting machine and a free PDF printable.

Around Easter time this past spring, I took out the sign (since it’s only there with wire), and added this cute bunny sign from the Dollar Tree.  I did have every intention of making a new cute little sign (like my easy DIY spring wood signs found here), but I happened to be walking through Dollar Tree one day and…. do I really need to finish that sentence??  They have some cute stuff for $1!

diy spring wreath

diy spring wreath with dollar tree sign

I also made an easy spring Welcome mat, you can find out how to make your own doormat by clicking here!

How to Change Interchangeable Front Door Wreath

I get the small faux flowers and branches from Joann’s.  I love to shop their end of season clearance sales and stock up on a bunch.  I have a bucket in my craft room that has all of these accent branches in them so I know where to find them!

All you have to do is gently pull out the ones you are done with, and insert a few new seasonal ones.  For Summer time, I added some bright yellow flowers and twigs.

diy summer wreath

diy summer seasonal wreath

You could switch up the sign if you wanted since it’s easy to take on and off.  I don’t even have to take the interchangeable grapevine wreath off my door when I switch out the seasonal branches!

Last year, for the Fall season, I added a little pumpkin and some fall branches (everything from Joann’s!)

diy interchangeable wreath fall

This year, I made a Happy Fall Y’all sign for the DIY Autumn wreath .  You can grab this FREE SVG cut file and get step by step instructions by clicking on the purple text.

free fall svg

You could easily use this changing seasons wreath for Christmas too.  Grab some holly, small poinsettias, silver and red branches, etc…  I happen to already have a Christmas door wreath that I’ve had for years so I do use that. 

Want to know what I do with this wreath??  Think I store it away?? Heck no!  I use it as part of my Christmas staircase decor.

joy sign with grapevine seasonal wreath

I think I got the large snowflake from the Dollar Tree or Michaels, and just hung that in the middle with some white winter wonderland branches and pine cones stuck on the sides.

joy sign on banister

I made the J and Y out of Dollar Tree foam board and burlap as part of my DIY Christmas decor.

Joy sign staircase decor

As you can tell, I go a little crazy at Christmas time!!  I love decorating and most of the decorations I made myself or bought at Goodwill and flocked them. 

You can check out more Christmas tutorials if you need more inspiration.  Or if you want to see my home during the holidays, check out my Christmas home tour.

That’s it!  A pretty easy interchangeable seasonal wreath that doesn’t cost a lot of money!  Now if I could just get a new front door or bring myself to paint it.  It is on my list but keeps slipping further and further down…

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Learn how to make budget friendly changeable wreath for every season!  You'll love how easy this DIY grapevine wreath is to change for each holiday.

diy summer wreath

Easy DIY Interchangeable Seasonal Wreath!

Yield: 1 changing seasons wreath
Active Time: 10 minutes
Additional Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 20 minutes
Difficulty: Easy
Estimated Cost: $10

A home sign with an interchangeable wreath is an inexpensive way to decorate a front door. Learn how to change the wreath each season without even taking it down!



  1. Make a base wreath with green faux branches and cotton branches if desired. Stick them in the twines and wind them around if needed.DIY grapevine spring wreath tutorial
  2. Make a bow out of burlap or another ribbon and hot glue onto the wreath.
  3. Make a Welcome sign or buy an inexpensive one from the Dollar Tree. Attach it to the top of the wreath.
  4. For each season, add small seasonal colored flowers and branches in front of the greenery.
  5. For the next season, remove the previous flowers and insert different faux picks. Change the sign if desired.


Make sure to check out the grapevine wreath tutorial for full step by step directions on how to make the Welcome sign and attach it to the wreath.

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