It's hard not to feel extra crafty when the holiday season rolls around, and a classic project that you can easily make happen is a DIY wreath. Whether your taste in holiday decor is clean and minimalist or bold and glitzy, you'll find a DIY Christmas wreath to make this holiday season in the list below.
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Fresh Christmas Wreath
Arrive home and be welcomed with the fresh scent of evergreen by hanging this DIY wreath on your front door this winter.
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Christmas Ornament Wreath
No more room on your tree? Instead of leaving your extra Christmas ornaments tucked away in a storage box, repurpose them into a wreath. This easy DIY makes for a fun crafternoon with friends and family.
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Burlap Covered Wreath
Add some candy cane red to your door by cutting red burlap into small circles to cover a foam wreath.
DIY Burlap Covered Wreath Tutorial from Little Birdie Secrets
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Diamond Boxwood Wreath
Instead of the traditional circular wreath, do something different this year and hang a diamond-shaped wreath on your door instead.Continue to 5 of 35 below.
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Christmas Wreath Trio
Why stop at one wreath? Cover your entire front door by hanging three wreaths tied together with a ribbon for a dramatic look.
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Honeycomb Christmas Wreath
Repurpose your leftover birthday party decor by using honeycomb balls in a variety of colors to build a fun Christmas wreath.
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Simple Wire Wreath
For a quick wreath that works year-round, paint a wire wreath gold and enhance it with a small plant accent.
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White Winter Wreath
Celebrate the falling snow with a wintery white wreath that you can hang on your front door.Continue to 9 of 35 below.
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Wrapped with sequin ribbon, this simple but glamorous wreath adds some extra sparkle to your holiday decor.
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Paper Holiday Wreath
Decorating your home for the holidays does not need to be expensive. Using sheets of colored paper, you can DIY this beautiful wreath to hang on your door.
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Spell the word joy over your mantel by making an evergreen J and Y to go on either side of a round Christmas wreath.
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Poinsettias are a classic holiday season flower, and you can incorporate them into your home's decor this winter by making this easy wreath out of artificial poinsettia blossoms.Continue to 13 of 35 below.
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Candy Advent Wreath
If you're searching for Christmas wreath ideas your kids will appreciate, look no further than this advent calendar wreath. Count the days until Christmas morning by unwrapping a treat-filled piece of candy each day.
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Snowy Branches Christmas Wreath
Celebrate the snowy winter landscape by crafting a DIY wreath inspired by snow-covered branches.
DIY Snowy Branches Christmas Wreath Tutorial from Sister's Suitcase
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Giant DIY Christmas Wreath
Get creative and transform a hula hoop into a stunning large Christmas wreath using branches, twine, and paper mache letters.
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Hanging Advent Wreath
Count down the days until Christmas with this spectacular hanging advent calendar wreath.Continue to 17 of 35 below.
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PVC Pipe Wreath
This non-traditional Christmas wreath is made with PVC pipes that have been cut into small rings and formed into the shape of a wreath. Make it even more festive by placing small Christmas ornaments inside the hoops.
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Merry and Bright Wreath
For those who favor a more rustic look, add a holiday message to your wreath with a printable "Merry and Bright" sign, then hang the wreath on a painted paper mache deer head.
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Simple Triangle Wreath
Give your evergreen wreath a modern twist by forming it into a triangle instead of the traditional circle.
DIY Simple Triangle Wreath Tutorial from Almost Makes Perfect
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Warm Socks Christmas Wreath
If you've pulled out some socks with holes in the toes this winter, don't throw them out––instead, upcycle them into a cozy holiday wreath using embroidery hoops.
DIY Warm Socks Christmas Wreath Tutorial from Northstory and Co.Continue to 21 of 35 below.
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Disco Ball Wreath
Add some extra sparkle to your holiday decor with this disco ball wreath.
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Minimalist DIY Christmas Wreath
This DIY Christmas wreath illustrates how beautiful simplicity can be. Create your own minimalist wreath by enhancing an embroidery hoop with various types of fresh evergreen branches and battery-operated lights.
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Peppermint Monogram Wreath
Use peppermint candies to make a custom monogram wreath to hang on your front door. Cover a pre-cut paper mache or wooden letter with the iconic red-and-white candies for a minty fresh wreath to greet visitors.
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Monogram Candy Cane Wreath
Update an old artificial wreath that's been gathering dust in the closet by adding a fun candy cane monogram.
DIY Monogram Candy Cane Wreath Tutorial from Craftaholics AnonymousContinue to 25 of 35 below.
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DIY Himmeli Wreath
Craft an exquisite geometric gold wreath for the holidays using floral wire, coffee stir sticks, and gold spray paint. This show-stopping piece of decor is sure to be one that you will want to reuse every Christmas.
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Use a wire hanger and pieces of boxwood to create a classic wreath that will look marvelous hung in your home.
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Gift Wrap Wreath
Use up some of your extra Christmas wrapping paper by rolling pieces to make a wreath that adds cheer to any room in your house.
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Multicolored Disco Ball Wreath
This multi-colored disco ball wreath seamlessly transitions from Christmas to New Year's, giving you even more occasions to enjoy a little bit of glam in your home.
DIY Multicolored Disco Ball Wreath Tutorial from A Bubbly LifeContinue to 29 of 35 below.
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Grab a bag of marshmallows and a wreath form and get started creating your own marshmallow wreath. While you're at it, save a few marshmallows for a mug of hot cocoa to sip while you craft.
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Greet guests who come to your front door with this playful snowball wreath made from styrofoam balls covered in Epsom salt.
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Bright Red Holiday Wreath
If you like your holiday decor to be bright and bold, this striking red wreath would be the perfect DIY for your home.
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Velvet Mistletoe Wreath
This velvet mistletoe wreath adds a touch simple elegance to a room; it's so easy to make, you can craft a few for gift-giving too.Continue to 33 of 35 below.
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DIY Copper Wreath
These lovely copper wreaths are crafted from an unexpected material: refrigerator coils. Use the copper loops to make illuminated wreaths to softly reflect mini Christmas lights.
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DIY Christmas Bow Wreath
If you are looking for an easy wreath that takes minutes to make, this Christmas bow wreath is it. Just stick Christmas bows around an embroidery hoop and your wreath is ready to hang!
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DIY Card Wreath
This clever DIY Christmas wreath solves the problem of what to do with all the holiday cards you get in the mail. Put them on display by clipping them to the colored clothespins.