There’s no doubt that you’re starting to feel the Christmas spirit (and madness) as you start to get your tree, decorations, cards, and presents in order. If you manage to find some time in between all the organizing, we’ve got some insanely creative and charming DIY wreath projects for you, ranging from classy and traditional to glamorous, modern, or rustic; they also range in time needed so regardless of whether you have just half an hour or days to spare, you can get one of these done! There’s a little something for everyone in this gorgeous collection.
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Candy Cane Creativity
What’s more Christmassy than candy canes? This is quick, simple, and effective, and we absolutely love the unexpected little hearts that come from the arrangement here. Just make sure you hang it high, out of reach from the kids!
DIY Instructions and Project Credit – Virginiasweetpea
Here’s another deliciously sweet wreath that looks oh so tasty! It’s not complicated at all, but you will need to set aside a good amount of time to stick those candies on one-by-one. It may be a good idea to finish it off with shellac or a spray sealant so that the candies don’t melt, letting all your hard work go to waste.
DIY Instructions and Project Credit – GwynnWassonDesigns
This bushy wreath is a stunning, natural-looking addition to any door. We love the full look of it, and the fact that you have the freedom to play around with any foliage that speaks to you.
DIY Instructions and Project Credit – BetterHomesAndGardens
Balls of Yarn
This yarn ball wreath is like perfect addition to the door of a knitter! You’ll want to get some cheapish yarn though, because you do use quite a bit to wrap around the styrofoam balls. You can skip out the wooden wreath form by reshaping a wire hanger to use as your base instead. Then attach the balls with U shaped paper clips and some glue to keep them from spinning around the wire.
DIY Instructions and Project Credit – TwoJunkChix
Ombre has been a big trend for a while now so why not inject some style to your Christmas decorations? This ombre felt wreath is truly magnificent. We love the colors, we love the fabric, and we adore the finished product!
DIY Instructions and Project Credit – Burlap+Blue
This is one of those ‘why didn’t I think of that?’ projects – get three artificial wreaths in increasing sizes, attach them to one another like a snowman, and accessorize! Your front door and porch is sure to attract some attention and jealousy.
DIY Instructions and Project Credit – SweetLittleBluebird
Many of us wine lovers tend to hoard our corks for no real reason; perhaps we think they can form some sort of a trophy one day. Nevertheless, we were delighted to finally find a project to put our little trophies to good use! See what else you have lying around that you can add in between the corks to jazz it up a little.
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As much as we all love getting presents, Christmas is more about the family time than the actual gifts, and we just love how this wreath reflects that. It’s simple, yet so meaningful and beautiful. This is one wreath that’s destined for inside the home – the mantelpiece by the tree would be the perfect spot.
DIY Instructions and Project Credit – TheCraftingChicks
Who says Christmas wreaths have to be round? Okay, well, by definition they’re supposed to be circular but we like to bend the rules a little in the name of creativity. This tutorial also shows you how to give those boring, shiny ball decorations a personalized makeover. You’ll love showing them off in your Christmas frame wreath!
DIY Instructions and Project Credit – BlueCricketDesign
3D Paper Stars
This is a great project to use up all your spare patterned paper that you may have lying around; we always have half sheets all over the place! Adding a few embellishments and a big pretty bow really makes this look professional rather than handmade.
DIY Instructions and Project Credit – LittleBirdieSecrets
Curly Paper Strips
Here’s another fantastic project to use you your scraps of pretty scrapbooking paper – just curl them and turn them into a beautiful decorative wreath! You’ll just need a hard styrofoam wreath form, some pins, and just enough patience.
DIY Instructions and Project Credit – ForLoveOfPaper