Wreaths are a big part of our holiday decorations, but buying store-bought ones can take all the fun out of decorating. The best part of decorating for Christmas is making it your own wreath and personalizing it to your own taste, so here are some great DIY wreath ideas that you make yourself that will transform your house.
Olive Branches and Bells
This beautiful wreath can be made by simply wrapping a bunch of olive branches together with a floral wire, making a long garland, and then attaching both ends together. To finish, you can easily find bells in the ornament section of a craft store and use a ribbon to hang it on your door. This unique wreath will give your home that extra touch of something special. The end result is sensational!
Christmas decorations require a vibrant red color, and this wreath is just perfect for the holiday. It looks incredibly chic and elegant, and it fits any decor style you may have going on. It can sit perfectly on the main entrance door or on the living room: wherever a touch of elegance is in need. Check out the instructions!
This unique wreath is perfect to welcome the winter season into your holiday decorations. To make it, you’ll only need:
- Styrofoam wreath form;
- Assorted styrofoam balls;
- Fake snow;
- Decoupage medium;
- Decoupage brush;
- Red satin ribbon;
- Low temp glue gun
Using the glue gun, glue the larger balls first, and then the smaller ones into the form. Add a thick coat of decoupage and then add the snow. Add a beautiful bow to it and you’re done! Your gorgeous wreath is ready!
Festive Rainbow Wreath
This gorgeous and festive Rainbow Wreath looks expensive, but you can make it yourself at home! Find a simple pine needle wreath at a local store and gather a lot of brightly colored ornaments - new or old ones - in various sizes and finishes. Using a hot glue gun, start by placing different colors evenly spaced around the wreath and then keep adding ornaments until it’s full enough, always with similar colored ornaments so you create the rainbow effect. Don’t forget about the inside and the edges! To finish, attach a big, beautiful bow on the lower part and hang it on your door to welcome the holidays!
Giant DIY Christmas Wreath
To spread the joy on this holiday, make this incredibly beautiful Christmas Wreath to decorate your house. Wrap twine over a spray painted hula hoops and tie branches around it. You can use faux branches to make it last longer. Next, hang the letters using white yarn or just hot glue them on the twine behind it. It’s done! It’s simplistic and rustic feel looks great on every mantel or living room.
This awesome wreath is perfect for those who love to give gifts. After all, presents don’t have to only go under the tree! Transform your front door with these carefully ribboned mini gift boxes forming a charming wreath, and welcome your guests to the loving season. Get the instructions!
This beautiful wreath is simple, gorgeous, super affordable, and the mix of white and red are perfect to welcome the spirit of Christmas. Check out the instructions over at Woman’s Day!
This gorgeous wreath is perfect for those who can’t wait to see the snow! The beautiful snowflakes and the gorgeous white color looks sensational on every door! The instructions are pretty easy and you can check them out over at Laura’s Crafty Life!
Easy DIY Pinecone Wreath
This sensational wreath can be done in only one hour and it will easily transform the look of your house and properly welcome the holidays! For the supplies, you’ll need:
- Pinecones: you can gather them on your own or buy them in a surplus online;
- A 12” wire wreath form;
- Hot glue gun;
- Optional: LED fairy lights, evergreen branches, berry sprigs
And for the instructions, check out Remodelaholic!
Jingle Bell Wreath
This incredibly beautiful wreath is not only a sight for sore eyes: it’ll enchant the ears too! Hang it where it will be heard, like on a door for instance, and let the sleigh bells ring their harmonious sounds for everybody to hear. Get the instructions!
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