27 DIY Christmas Wreaths

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Learn how to make a wreath with these pictured tutorials.  Wreath making for  Christmas, or winter. You’’ll find front door decorations to make using almost anything like boxwood wreaths, burlap ribbon wreathChristmas wreathsholly wreath, initial wreaths, moss wreaths, twig wreath and even fabric wreaths.

As always, the Tip Junkie  Christmas site has hundreds of pictured tutorials with free patterns for Christmas and winter.  You can always search there if you’re looking for more pictured tutorials. {wink}

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How To Make a Wreath

1.  Winter Woods Christmas Wreath ~ Isn’t this wreath absolutely breathtaking?!  Made with a flocked snowy garland, paper mache letters, craft paint and masking tape.

2. Cream Sweater Wreath ~ Recycle an old sweater into a gorgeous wreath!

3.  Polka Dot Christmas Wreath ~ How to make an adorable Polka Dot Christmas Wreath out of a pool noodle, drop cloth, and some craft paint.  Makes a stylish piece of festive decor!

4.  Snowflake Wreath ~ Dollar store snowflake ornaments were used to make this gorgeous winter wreath.  Simply hot glue to a metal wreath form.

5.  DIY Holiday Wreath ~ Create a beautiful Christmas wreath!  You can make it as simple as 1-2-3.  All you need is a grapevine wreath, baubles and pine cones.

6.  Anthropologie Knock-off Wreath {diy christmas} ~ Create your own Anthropologie Knock-off Wreath with this simple tutorial! Pom poms were made with yarn and pinned to a straw wreath form. So simple and inexpensive! Hang it up with a pretty ribbon for a beautiful accent piece to your Christmas decor.

burlap ribbon wreath

Burlap Ribbon Wreath

7.  Burlap Christmas Wreath {diy} ~ Looking for a festive way to decorate your front door for Christmas? This is a great tutorial on how to make a Christmas wreath using burlap, styrofoam wreath form, ribbon, twine and ornaments.

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DIY Wreaths

8.  Dipped Pine Cone Wreath ~ A traditional pine cone wreath gets a modern update with paint dipped pinecones.  It’s simply beautiful!

9.  Finger Knitted Christmas Wreath ~ Learn how to make this gorgeous finger knitted yarn wreath using yarn and Christmas embellishments!

10.  Wood Slice Wreath ~ Using nature’s elements is perfect for decorating!  Wood slices are used for the wreath and decorated with burlap, berries and pine cones.

Initial Wreaths

Initial Wreaths

11.  Peppermint Monogram Wreath ~ Peppermint candies always appear in great supply at every store around Christmas time.  Most often we use them for decorating gingerbread houses, but you can can also use them to create a beautiful red and white Christmas wreath. 

12.  Holiday Monogramed Wreath {Christmas DIY} ~ Any door would look amazing thanks to this fabulous wreath! Perfect for the holiday season, using fresh pine! Add a pine cone, berries and some red ribbon and you have a beautifully, stylish holiday wreath!

Twig Wreath

Twig Wreath

13.  Winter Wispy Wreath ~  Repurpose your autumn or Halloween twig wreath into a beautiful winter wreath.  This one was spray painted white and birds, nest and berries were added to it.

14.  Winter Twig Wreath ~ Plain twigs or branches are perfect for making a wreath with.  I love that it’s not in the conventional round shape.  {{wink}}  It was originally made for fall and then painted for winter.  The process is so simple you will be jumping for joy.

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Fabric Wreaths

15.  Candy Cane Wreath {DIY Christmas Wreath Tutorial} ~ There is still time to create this gorgeous candy cane wreath to adorn your door this Christmas.  The tutorial will show you how to create this festive Christmas by pinning squares of fabric into a foam wreath form.

16.  Plaid PJ’s Wreath ~ A great way to upcycle old pajama bottoms.  

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Christmas Wreaths 

17.  How to Make an Ornament Wreath ~ Create you own beautiful Christmas wreath using all those extra Christmas bulbs you bought on clearance last year with this easy to follow tutorial and lots of hot glue.

18.  Pom Pom and Posie Wreath ~ I adore the fun color play with this yarn wreath!  The combination of the felt flower posies and the yarn pom poms are perfection!

19.  Bright & Cheerful Christmas Wreath ~ I love the non-traditional Christmas colors for this cheerful wreath.  Grosgrain ribbon was wrapped around a wreath form and adorned with pink poinsettias.

20.  DIY Chalkboard Wreath ~ I just adore the simplicity and versatility of this wreath!  Wipe off the chalkboard, change the ribbon and use it for other holidays and season! 

21.  Jingle Bell Wreath ~  Jingle bells jingle bells!  You can’t help humming the tune when you see this adorable bell wreath.  

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Boxwood Wreath  

22.  Boxwood Wreath ~ A boxwood garland was used to make this gorgeous wreath.  You’ll also need a styrofoam wreath form, white fabric and hot glue.

23.  Monogrammed Boxwood Wreath ~ Create a monogrammed wreath with this simple how to using a boxwood wreath, wine cork monogram and drop cloth bow.  Monogrammed wreaths make a great personalized gift or decoration for your house.

DIY Holly Wreath

Holly Wreath

24.  DIY Holly Wreath ~ A step by step guide to making a lush holly wreath.  This wreath is so classic, it could be used year round!

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Front Door Decorations 

25.  Snowman Wreath Tutorial ~ Here is a quick idea for a different style wreath for your front door. Just take 3 wreaths in graduated sizes (this picture is of the backs of the wreaths). I used 2-3 ties to secure one wreath to the other. 

26.  Merry Christmas Wreath {free printable} ~ Decorate your front door with this beautiful Merry Christmas Wreath.  Using twigs from your yard you can make a wreath.  Decorate with holly or other baubles and the free printable Merry Christmas sign. 

27.  Felt Santa Wreath ~ Ho Ho Ho!  Make your own Santa wreath using felt and black ribbon.

 

 

 

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