If you’re still missing a wreath this season, this list of 25 Easy DIY Christmas Wreaths is sure to inspire you with unique and creative designs that you’ll love!
After a gorgeous tree, wreaths are probably the most popular Christmas decor pieces, don’t you think? They’re usually the first thing we show our guests when they come to the front door, and there’s dozens of ways to showcase them all throughout the house too.
I just love them! They express the personality of your home or space so well, and the design possibilities are as vast as a designer’s imagination.
For the DIY-er, they’re a treasure trove of possibilities. Bases, textures, elements, and embellishments…all offer a variety of options, and combine to leave you with more possibilities than a Happy Hour stop at Sonic!
I’m thrilled to share with you a collection of 25 easy DIY Christmas wreaths, designed by talented bloggers who used basic wreath methods to make amazing creative designs.
Go ahead and grab a wreath form, heat up your glue gun, and get ready to be incredibly inspired!
Embroidery hoop wreaths have so much going for them, and it seems there’s no end to the creative ways to make them. You may be surprised that this adorable version takes just 20 minutes to make; a real time saver. And that plaid ribbon…a perfect cozy touch!
I’m not sure how much of a chance a wreath made with candy would have at my house, but I absolutely adore this bright and creative wreath – that costs only $3 to make! It’s a great project to involve older kids with and as Amy suggests, would make a really nice gift for a special teacher.
The simple elegance of this white poinsettia wreath is so striking against a dark front door! I love how quick and easy it is, made from only a simple vine wreath form and poinsettia blooms and leaves. Grab a pair of cutters and a glue gun, and you’re all set to make this beauty!
My mouth is watering just looking at this adorable wreath. I love the combination of both mints, and the gorgeous pattern of melted mints adds a fun visual effect that any kid would be drawn to. Don’t eat them though – Linda has a fantastic trick for keeping them clean and sticky-free.
Gingerbread houses and snowy scenes just go with Christmas so well, don’t they? These cute little houses are made from felt, and the pom poms from snowy white yarn…so dreamy. Nikki suggests hanging this wreath for a gingerbread house decorating party welcome. I couldn’t agree more!
I adore the simple beauty of a boxwood wreath, but their basic style could use a little perking up during the Christmas season. Thankfully, these dress up in a snap with a few berry sprays and a sparkly ribbon. I updated these in about 15 minutes – including a custom-made bow!
I’ve got to say – this is one of the most unique wreath ideas I’ve seen in a long time. Do you remember boxes of nuts at Christmastime? It’s a sweet memory from my childhood, and this wreath brings all those memories back. This sturdy wreath is a year-after-year keeper!
Got a large chimney or stone feature on your home? If you do, you need this wreath! Big, bold, and natural, this wreath makes a huge statement and features live elements right from your yard. It’s probably best for northern climates, but it’s so beautiful, I’m tempted to give a smaller version a go anyway.
Have a crafty friend or family member who can’t come home for Christmas? Then send Christmas to them! This is such a sweet and special gift idea – a Christmas wreath kit! I know I’d love seeing this land at my front door, and I’m sure any other DIY-er would too!
This rustic wreath is the ultimate “use what you have” project. It’s a great way to use up leftover fabric scraps, or even pieces of sweater – like Tara did! Simple, rustic, and gorgeous – a perfect wreath project in my book!
Patti is an incredibly talented natural elements designer, and this wreath is no exception. Blending both natural and faux elements for this stunning wreath, it’s filled with gorgeous, vibrant color, and is a winner all winter long!
Bottle brush trees are always a perfect Christmas decoration, and combining them with these adorable pastel wooden houses is simply a perfect match. Morgan says her hubby gets Whoville vibes from the little houses…what do you think?
Wire wreath forms are fantastic, and this candy cane wreath shows you just how amazing they can be. All you need to make this cute wreath is strips of fabric and a showy bow. I can almost smell the peppermint coming from this adorable wreath!
Make a Natural Seasonal Wreath
This pretty wreath is probably as close as you’ll get to the original idea for wreaths. I love the rustic simplicity and it’s yet another example of the variety of designs you can make with wire-forms. No matter where you live, there’s probably something growing that you can harvest for this classic wreath.
Would you believe that you can make this complex-looking wreath in less than 30 minutes? I love the snowy white wreath base that works all winter long, and the offset focal point is an unexpected visual treat. Bonus: if you want a mini-class on wreath design, don’t miss this one!
I have to admit that this one leaves me longing for a reason to hang it! Snow simply doesn’t happen here, but this adorable snowman wreath leaves me almost imagining it gently dusting the greenery. It’s another season-long design that you can use – and enjoy – all winter long.
If you think wreaths are only for floral and greenery, elements, then this one is sure to change your mind! Who wouldn’t smile when greeted by this cutie? This is such an imaginative and creative wreath design and I can’t imagine a kid anywhere who wouldn’t love it (and even a lot of adults too)!
This is my very favorite Christmas word, and I love the combination of wood letters and a basic wreath to display it on the front door. A simple bow is the perfect finishing touch to this simple and festive Christmas wreath design.
The beauty of this unique wreath is it’s natural elements. Gathered twigs, greens, and cones combine and are styled on a grapevine wreath for a stunning display. A light spray of white paint is just enough to add a snowy winter feel that contrasts beautifully with the dramatic greenery.
You probably haven’t considered using socks to make a wreath, but that’s exactly what Linney did with this clever design. This wreath is literally made with only Target Dollar Spot socks and a foam wreath form – so brilliantly creative!
This striking wreath, shimmering with gentle light, is far from ordinary. The unexpected color combination of turquoise and cobalt, combined with gorgeous white silk poinsettias and crystal pics, makes it a truly unique design – one you definitely won’t find on any other door in your neighborhood.
This pretty wreath couldn’t be simpler to make! A grapevine base, dusted with white spray paint and embellished with snowflake ornaments is all it takes to make this wintery delightful wreath. Add a little splash of red, and you’ve got a fitting Christmas wreath too!
With so many incredible wreath possibilities, it’s a wonder embroidery hoops are even used for embroidery at all! I love how easily they lend themselves to a showy fabric tucked inside, like this pretty wreath. Use most any color or pattern of fabric you want and make a truly unique wreath.
Add a nostalgic red truck to any Christmas decor piece, and you’ve got a winner for sure! This one crafts together in less than 30 minutes, and that unique red wreath base draws you right in with rustic charm. Add a few sprigs of green, and you’re ready to go.
Burlap never seems to go out of style, and this gorgeous wreath shows it off beautifully! A wire wreath base is perfectly suited for weaving in the bulky fabric and the addition of a few faux poinsettias sets the whole thing off in Christmas splendor.
I hope you’ve enjoyed this inspiring collection of easy DIY Christmas wreath designs. Please visit your favorites, and take a moment to say hello to the designer. Then make a few and add some Christmas cheer to your home – or gift a lucky friend with your creative work!
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