Deck The Door With These DIY Wreaths

Nothing screams Christmas like placing your wreath on your door. In fact, some would say that it is more important than setting up your Christmas tree. Christmas wreaths are a time-honored tradition that instantly spruces up your home for the holiday season. Whether you choose to buy one or make one yourself, a wreath sets the tone for the entire house.

Wreaths come in a variety of styles, ranging from classic designs with bows and pinecones, to playful ones that feature disco balls and flowers. In all, the style of your wreath comes down to your personal tastes and preferences. If you would like to make one at home, we have several projects that you and your family can create.

Winter Village Pom Pom Wreath

This wreath is decorated with all-white pom poms to create a snowy atmosphere. Added are vintage sisal trees and Putz houses to give off a quant, dreamy village vibe. This project is simple and cute. All you need are two to three skeins of medium weight cream yarn, scissors, foam wreath form, three to four sheets of white felt, bottlebrush trees, a vintage Putz house, a ribbon, and a hot glue gun.

You can read detailed instructions here.

Gift Bow Wreath

This wreath design is wrapped with ribbons and bows. This project take just about 30 minutes to do and costs less than $15. All that you need are a wreath form, tons of cheap bows (around three packages with 30 bows each), and hot glue. The process is simple, all that you have to do is peel off the backing of the bow, dab with some hot glue, and stick to the wreath form until the entire form is covered.

For more detailed instructions, you can read here.

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Olive Branch Wreath

This blue and white olive branch wreath is beautiful and simple to create. All that you need are olive greens, paper white flowers, blue thistle, white berries, blue eucalyptus pods, wire, wire clippers, a 15-inch aquafoam wreath, and a purple ribbon. The process begins with you soaking the aquafoam wreath in water, insert the thistle, fill with olive greenery, and insert the paper white flowers.

Read here for addition instructions.

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