One of the most important holiday decorating elements can often be the Christmas wreath at your door. After all, it sets the tone for the sense of celebration guests can expect once they walk into your home! Wreaths can be expensive however, so TBD has put together a roundup of some great DIY Christmas wreaths and projects for you. There is no excuse not to have a holiday welcome at your door! What do you do for your Christmas wreath decorating? Let us know!

 

 

 

Christmas Wreath Making

Learn to make this gorgeous live Christmas wreath from ‘ Camille Styles‘! I cannot get enough of this wreath, and love the air plants tucked in there as well for some modern flair. Love this!

 

Make this “Let It Snow” DIY Christmas wreath from ‘ The Happy Housie‘. This is an inexpensive and fun wreath idea for a more traditional holiday feel!

 

From Ananda at ‘Piece of Rainbow’ via ‘Remodelaholic‘ you can learn how to make an easy pinecone DIY Christmas wreath, in less than an hour! I even like this wreath when its only half done, with just the pinecones! Simple tutorial. Did we mention, it costs almost nothing to make?

 

Want to try a DIY Christmas wreath making project that is fun and easy… and cheap? Try this wreath made from curling ribbon! From ‘Mom Dot‘!

 

My Stamp Lady‘ created this curled paper front door Christmas wreath from scrapbooking paper that looks A…mazing! Keep it protected from the weather!

Curled paper wreath

 

This “Joy” large DIY holiday wreath from ‘Homemade Ginger‘ would be perfect for over the fireplace, or above the garage where you need a larger scale decoration. Easy to follow instructions!

 

The Crafting Chicks show you how to make a Christmas wreath using photos… I really like the b&w photos, looks modern and vintage at the same time…


Make this DIY Christmas wreath full of joy from ‘Six Sisters Stuff’. This went together in less than an hour for under $15!

 

Love this marshmallow DIY Christmas wreath idea by ‘Eclectically Vintage‘.

DIY Holiday Wreaths

 

Tater Tots and Jello has always got something crafty for us, and this time its fun and festive wreath making using straws!

 

Jen from ‘Craft-O-Maniac‘ inspired our whole winter wonderland theme last year with her feather Christmas wreath idea!

 

Learn how to make a DIY Christmas wreath using moss from ‘BHG‘! I love the natural feeling to this wreath, but still has that festive flavor.

Moss Wreath

 

From My Front Porch offers us complete instructions on making this elegant homemade Christmas wreath from coffee filters! Can’t get more “budget” than that!

 

Last, we love this winter wonderland pom-pom DIY wreath from ‘Twine & Table‘! You could do this in brighter white yarn colors, but loving on the polar bears! Remember, you could use any accent you wanted here.

Did you enjoy learning about Christmas wreath making? Then pop on over and check out our post on DIY Snow Globes and on our sister site (OhMeOhMy), we have a great post on DIY Fall Wreath Ideas!

Don’t forget to pin this Christmas DIY project post for later!

Image Credits: Twine & Table, Camille Styles, The Happy Housie, Remodelaholic, Mom Dot, My Stamp Lady, Homemade Ginger, The Crafting Chicks, Six Sisters Stuff, Eclectically Vintage, Tatertots & Jello, Craft O Maniac, BHG, From My Front Porch

 


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6 Comments

  1. saeeda saba November 29, 2013 at 9:08 pm

    Would love to hear something about growing ur own bonsai plants….how to do grafting in a plant etc also pls some cute amugrumi animals

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    1. donna March 27, 2016 at 10:31 pm

      I would love more wreath projects using paper coffee filters or origami

      Reply
  2. Sharon November 30, 2013 at 9:52 pm

    How do you make the marshmallow wreath?? There were no directions
    Thanks for your help :]

    Reply
  3. Pamela December 3, 2013 at 9:35 pm

    Thank you for sharing my coffee filter wreath in your post with a link back. Much appreciated. Happy Holidays!

    Reply
    1. Kathy Woodard December 12, 2013 at 7:17 pm

      Thank you for such a creative project to feature! Happy Holidays to you!

      Reply

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