8 DIY Christmas Wreaths Prettier Than Anything In the Store
Deck your door with beautiful, seasonal décor you can make in just one afternoon.
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Cranberries shouldn’t be relegated to just the Thanksgiving table. These vibrant red berries have the perfect hue for Christmas décor, too. In this version, faux berries are attached to a wreath form, so the whole thing will last for years to come.
Secure real pinecones atop a bed of preserved moss for a natural and rustic wreath. Using real pinecones will give your home a welcoming scent of pine—just bake them in the oven before getting to work to ensure they’re free from critters and sap.
Let that big bag of colorful holiday bows do double duty as both present toppers and home décor this December. Simply adhere the multi-colored bows to a foam wreath form and add a sparkly ribbon to hang it with care.
Celebrate a white Christmas no matter where you live, with a sweet holiday wreath made entirely of fluffy white confections that are reminiscent of large snowflakes. Just don’t forget to save a few for a steaming mug of hot chocolate!
It takes just minutes to create this wintry wreath. And, because it’s not Christmas-specific, Frosty can stay on your door well into the New Year. For a personal touch, let the kids help to create the washi tape nose, hat, and scarf.
Not all wreaths need to be round. This rectangular version, made with birch branches and accented with evergreen and winterberries, adds an unexpected, unique touch to any door (or wall space!). Use fresh greenery to give your whole house a deliciously seasonal scent.
A wreath Buddy the Elf would surely love, this festive red and white creation is made almost entirely with sugary treats (peppermints and Red Hots). Simply paint a paper mache letter red, and then get to work gluing the candies on. Hang the whole thing with a bright red ribbon.
Use oatmeal colored yarn to make nine big, fluffy pom poms. Then attach each one to a wreath form that’s been wrapped in the same color yarn. To save time, you can purchase pre-made pom poms from nearly any craft store.