101 Days of Christmas: DIY Christmas Wreaths
Although I have yet to make one — or at least yet to finish one since I’m currently working on a yarn wreath of my own — I am a bit obsessed with DIY wreaths. Last year I posted two roundups of DIY wreaths (part 1
and part 2
), and I’m excited to share 9 more wreath designs with you today.
I’m torn between the classic designs like the layered leaf wreath (#5) and whimsical ones like the pom pom wreath (#3); I like both styles!
Although I’ve been a fan of burlap since Myra introduced us to it last fall
, I hadn’t even thought about the possibilities with colored burlap. Isn’t this holly berry burlap wreath gorgeous? I love all the folds and texture in the body of the wreath, and the red flowers just pop against the darker background! Love it!
Source: Holly Berry Burlap Wreath | Craftaholics Anonymous
If you’re looking for an easy and inexpensive wreath, the girls at Little Birdie Secrets promise this one fits the bill. These 3D paper stars are a fun addition to your holiday decor, and you can use your extra stars for a variety of projects, from ornaments to gift tags!
Source: 3D Paper Star Wreath | Little Birdie Secrets
Just to be clear, I don’t think this wreath would ever fly in our house, where my husband has as much input into our decor as I do — if not more — and candy colors are definitely not his thing. But, oh, how I love this wreath! It’s so fun and absolutely gorgeous with the candy-colored village and stockings. I’m sure you could do the same thing in a different color scheme, but I think these colors fit the wreath perfectly!
Source: Candy-Colored Pom Pom Wreath | Thompson Family Blog
If you’re looking for a wreath you can keep up all winter long, this snowflake wreath is perfect. I’d almost rather call it an icicle wreath because that’s what it looks like to me — branches covered in ice after a storm!
Source: Snowflake Wreath | teach. craft. love.
This layered leaf wreath is absolutely gorgeous with its greens and reds and gold accents, and if you have the patience to sit and assemble it, it would make a beautiful natural touch for your front door!
Source: Layered Leaf Wreath | BHG.com
Who says wreaths have to be round? How about this holly berry monogram instead? It’s unique and colorful and a great personal welcome for visitors throughout the holiday season. As a bonus, it looks like a quick and easy project!
Source: Holly Berry Monogram Wreath | Our Unexpected Journey
Yarn wreaths are definitely the trend this year. I’ve seen all kinds of variations on the simple yarn-wrapped base, but I love the simplicity of this one with the red stripes and felt holly leaves. It looks super simple to make, as long as you have the patience to wrap the yarn and then wrap, wrap and wrap some more!
Source: Candy Cane Yarn Wreath | ItzFitz on Etsy
These ornament wreaths are so fun and festive, and I love the bright colors of this one. I think Becky’s got it right — wait and stock up on ornaments after Christmas and make this one next year!
Source: Ornament Wreath | Matt & Becky
Finally, another paper craft wreath, this time with poinsettias! Stick with a single color flower or do a variety like in the picture. There are lots of possibilities with this one!
Source: Poinsettia Wreath | Miss Fancy Pants