Singing in the Rain Spring Door Umbrella Wreath

Singing in the Rain Spring Umbrella Wreath

Think outside the round wreath when decorating your doors – why not an umbrella wreath.

Spring showers bring flowers so why not combine the two.

Snip some bright forsythia and pop it into a bubble umbrella
(add some water so they stay perky).

Don’t judge my outfit in the reflection!  Ok – so I’m in my pj’s but I’m blaming my recuperation from gallbladder surgery last week!

Singing in the Rain Spring Door Wreath

Tie it with a bow for a fun spring door.

Singing in the Rain Spring Door Wreath

My back door never looked so good!

Singing in the Rain Spring Door Wreath

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  1. Forsythia is my absolute favourite! I am so jealous that yours is out already! Love this door display.

  2. That is just so crazy creative! You surprise me at every turn!



  3. I like socks with flip-flop 😉 hehe.
    Glad you’re on the mend!

    That is wicked cute!! Love the clear umbrella with the pinch of green trim. Adorable =)
    Hugs&Feel Betters, Shan

  4. Kelly,

    I echo Shannon….as they say in Boston. This is wicked cute. Seriously. I have forsythia and an umbrella and I would have NEVER thought of this. I’m pinning this my friend so one day I can be as fabulous as you :)


  5. That is too cute! I’m loving the clear umbrella…kinda looks like it rained and filled up that umbrella :). This is so cute and I am pinning!

  6. this is simply awesome!!!!! i mean it!!!!! now i know what to do with that umbrellas and all the crazy forsythia out there!!!! LOVE it!!!! so glad to see you on your feet again doing your thing! tons of hugs…

  7. First the peeps and now this? Clearly you’re the queen of door decor!

  8. Can I just steal all of your ideas so everyone will think I am brilliant. (seriously, no one would believe me and as I can’t ell a lie without telling on myself, i would blab the truth immediately) I love this. Now if I can just find my umbrella before the forsythias stop blooming. Hole you are feeling better. Don’t do to much too quickly. I’ve been there.

  9. That was supposed to say Hope you are feeling better. Don’t do too much too quickly. . See, I can’t even type.

  10. I love your cinchy door! It’s beautiful! I’m glad your feeling better! I know looking that door cheers you up!

  11. Love it!

  12. What a cute and fancy idea! I’ve never seen something like this. Fabulous!

  13. You come up with the cutest ideas! I LOVE this! :)

  14. I love those flowers! When ours bloom I can always be sure spring (and impending rains) are here. Maybe I should carry an umbrella in my purse too. That’ll show those thieves!

  15. you had me with the forsythia. isn’t that clever? love it.

  16. Great project- just my style! Visiting from Home Stories A to Z.

    Hope you’ll share it at my party. It is also a linked linky party, so post once and your project appears on 4 great blogs! Stop by- the party goes live on Monday at 9pm each week.

    I know your adorable door decor will be a hit! :) Samantha

  17. this is darling!

  18. So so clever and creative! I just love this front door idea! I am doing this for sure next year! I JUST LOVE IT!

  19. Oh my, take a bow!

    You’ve put a “spring” in my step with your creative loveliness.

    Have a blessed day!

  20. I HAVE to do this on my front door for our family Easter get together. It’s the cutest thing I have seen all season. Please please please tell me where you found your clear umbrella……pleaseeeeeeeeeeeeee????

    Happy Day to you and yours!

  21. This is one of the neatest door displays I’ve ever seen. Everything about it is awesome! I have forsythia blooming in my yard for the first time this year but it’s such a tiny plant, I don’t dare cut any branches off it. Walking up to a door with this hanging on it = instant happiness.

    Thanks for sharing!


  22. ohmygoodness! This is so cute! I have a cutesy umbrella that my son has outgrown that this would be perfect for! Thanks so much for sharing!

  23. Hi there! Thank you for hosting, I am a new follower! :) I absolutely love the umbrella idea…going to do it ASAP!!!

    Have a great day! ~Julie

  24. This looks so pretty. I am looking forward to seeing you at My Dream Canvas. Visiting you from Wow Us Wednesday.

  25. This is just too cute! Thanks for sharing at Wow.

  26. Kelly, this is the cutest idea! You are so clever!

  27. You know that is just the darndest cute door hanging. Thanks again for sharing!

  28. I saw this idea on Pinterest – so cute. I love the forsythia!

  29. I’m so enJOYing this. Such a creative idea. I should go buy stock in the folks that make clear plastic umbrellas, because a bunch of us are now going to need to go out and buy one. Also, you’ve opened my mind to think of other things made from plastic that I could use. Thanks for sharing.

  30. What a WONDERFUL Idea!!! Now I have to look for a clear umbrella!!! OMG…will the madness EVER stop?

  31. Absolutely gorgeous! Love the umbrella…you are so creative!

    Jessica @ Mom 4 Real

    ps Debbie sent me!

  32. The more I see this idea the more I like it. It is just so cute.

  33. Amy@HomeRemedies says:

    Great idea! Love it!

  34. GORGEOUS! Love it.

  35. What an absolutely charming idea! :)

  36. I love it – – very clever!!!

  37. Sssssoooooo cute! Love it. I will watch for a plastic umbrella!

  38. SO cute and springy! Love it! I would love for you to share this (and any other creations) at “Pin It & Win It Wednesday” at!

  39. Such a fabulous idea! So creative :)

  40. Christina at I Gotta Create! says:

    Perfect for the season! thanks so much for linking up at I Gotta Create! <3 Christina

  41. MariaElena says:

    So beautiful and original! It looks gorgeous on your door!

  42. Oh my goodness, Kelly!
    How clever are you?!!! That clear umbrella with the fresh cut
    forsythia is just brilliant!
    Hope you are recuperating nicely.
    Thanks so much for sharing this super
    idea with all of us out there in blogland.
    (And thanks for linking up!)


  43. Oh, my LORD!!! That is the cutest door decoration I have ever seen….AH-dorable!

    I am linking from The Polo House!
    ~Ricki Jill

  44. Hi Kelly, Karianne sent me. : ‘ ) I just stopped by to say hello and I love your ladder Christmas tree and your spring umbrella door decoration and I’m sure I’ll find much more. Kari had a few of your clever idea posts highlighted today. I am one of your new followers on Pinterest and email. I’m off now to read a few more of your posts than it’s back to Karianne’s. Have a funtastic week. Joyous Wishes, Linda

  45. I’ve popped over from Thistlewood. This really is a very clever idea!

  46. What a cute idea!! Love that you used an umbrella!

  47. oh my WORD!!! Love love love it!! What a clever idea…and so adorable!!

  48. So darn cute!!! Little Bit

  49. This is so beautiful! I love it, what a unique door ‘wreath’! I found this post over at Donna’s, she featured you on her Funky Junk SNS! I really have to pin this, Kelly…gorgeous.
    Debbie :)


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