As the festive season is in full swing – everyone is decking their halls with holly. Nothing creates a more cheerful vibe then sprucing your home up with shiny baubles and glittering tinsel with stars. It is especially nice for visitors to see a nice welcoming wreath, particularly at this time of year. Moreover, you can have fun crafting a very special piece to hang on your door, not to mention how impressed people will be when they realize it was handmade by you. It is a great way to add a personal touch and similarly you can get the whole family involved in the fun. Besides, who doesn’t enjoy some cozy crafting afternoons in the winter!
So, get into the holiday spirit with these awe inspiring DIY Christmas Wreaths that will give your door an air of magic.
1. White Yarn
Make this simple but elegant wreath using just white yarn and some poinsettias. In spite of how simple the white looks, it really does look perfect for the winter season.
Instructions Make a Yarn Wreath
2. Pine Cones
Make use of those pine cones you’ve been saving from your backyard and transform them into this amazing and rustics looking wreath. You can paint the tips of your cones white to make them look as if they have just come from a magical winter wonderland forest. In fact you can be as creative as you like and paint them any color of your choosing and even add glitter to make them really sparkle.
Instructions Make a Pine Cone Wreath
This makes a great sign and wreath for your door. Firstly, using a vine wreath as your base, hot glue the letters J and Y so that the wreath forms the letter O. Following this, you can hang it in a place you enjoy.
Instructions Make a Joy Wreath
DIY Christmas Wreaths
We have included this video tutorial from DiY BiGBooM to show you some more ideas.
4. Wood Slice Winter Wreath
To recreate this, firstly Hot-glue 3″ birch wood coasters side by side to form a wreath shape. Finally, finish with ribbon for a pop of color.
Instructions Make a Wood Slice Wreath
5. Frame Wreath
Conversely, you don’t have to stick with classical ideas when it comes to wreath making. Turn tradition on it’s head and make this rectangular wreath with a frame which is painted red and add ribbon and Christmas bulbs. Furthermore, this will really stand out if you are looking for something a bit different.
Instructions Frame Wreath
6. Wine Cork Christmas Wreath
Wine Cork Christmas Crafts are a great way to recycle – however you don’t need to drink tons of bottles of wine to procure them since you can buy them online. Make this upcycled wreath using corks, a wreath form and some small baubles.
7. Christmas Deco Mesh Wreath
Red & green deco mesh combine the two most tradition colors of the season to create this beauty for your door. Additionally you could add other colors of your choice too such as gold or silver for example.
8. Red & Green Deco Mesh Wreath
However way we look at it – this stunning red wreath is finished with a beautiful red & green ribbon.
9. Mickey Mouse Vine Wreath
Obviously Disney fans will love this wreath, particularly since you can have it for all seasons by switching out the decorations. Simply put, you can make it and then dress it up with green for St Patrick’s Day and hearts for Valentine’s Day for example. You’ll need two smaller wreaths and a bigger one as well as embellishments to recreate this look.
Instructions Mickey Mouse Vine Wreath
10. Hot Chocolate Wreath
Clearly, Hot chocolate goes hand in hand with Christmas, it’s delicious and warming on a cold winter night. So make this adorable wreath to conjure up those cozy nights by the fire with soothing hot chocolate. You can purchase Foam marshmallows to add the trimmings on top.
Instructions Make a Hot Chocolate Wreath
11. Deco Mesh Grinch
12. Deco Mesh Tree
Make this one of a kind decoration for your door in time for Christmas. You can make it in any color combination you like to go with the colors you have chosen for your festive decorations.
Instructions Deco Mesh Tree
13. Nativity Scene
With just a few items you can make this amazing wreath. You’ll need burlap, a mini nativity scene , a star and some firefly lights. It will look so impressive and welcoming on your door for the festive season.
instructions Manger Nativity Wreath
14. Baby Jesus Wreath
This small wreath has a handmade baby Jesus and lamb made from polymer clay.
15. Santa Claus
Santa Claus looks very pleased to be placed next beautiful red poinsettia on this wreath. Alternatively you could replace the poinsettia with another flower of your choosing.
16. Felt Wreath
Felt is such a versatile fabric for crafting and you can make wonderful shapes and figures to add to your wreath with felt. Along with that, the texture of the material adds a lovely rustic feel.
17. Teal Mesh Cross Wreath
Channel ocean vibes by making this teal wreath which would also work very well for Easter too, so long as you add the appropriate decorations such as little chickens or eggs for example.
18. Elf Christmas Hat Wreath
Instructions Elf Hat Wreath
A Beautiful buffalo plaid wreath will definitely spruce up your decor. Similarly you could add buffalo plaid check ribbons to your lantern swag.
Instead of just one wreath – make this Christmas wreath inside a wreath.
Differing from the first Joy wreath we saw, this one features the word inside the wreath rather than using the shape of the wreath to create the ‘O’.
Not only is this a nice wreath for January but also for February too – especially with the little red birds nestled among the greenery. Additionally you could turn it into a Valentine’s Day wreath by adding red hearts for example.
Never underestimate the beauty of a fir wreath adorned with pine cones and winter berries which will really make your door stand out. Indeed, you could carry this theme all throughout your house for the season.
In contrast to traditional wreaths, this wreath makes use of old doors as it’s base.
Besides being a nice alternative wreath, this frame wreath also screams Christmas.
Last but not least is this adorable Santa Hat Wreath featuring Ginger bread Men and Candy Canes. Contrary to what some think, you don’t have to have a Candy Land them to incorporate Gingerbread men into your Christmas Decorating. Above all, it’s your decor so you can choose what you like.