Spruce up your living space with some extra festive décor crafted by your skills and inspired by these DIY Christmas Wreaths. Very likely for crafters, the best part of Christmas is setting up the décor. Not only do you get to spice up the place and turn it into Santa’s Paradise, but you also get to enjoy some precious moments with family. Passing an ornament here, holding a string there, surrounded by love and laughter, these wreaths are the entwined emotions of families.
DIY Christmas Wreaths
This blog post features a broad range of amazing DIY Christmas Wreaths that will go incredibly well whether you are keeping your décor simple and minimal or going for an elaborate display. Enjoy the merriment and don’t let the pressure of a good décor get to you, you can start with baby steps – the best start can be a nice little wreath to warmly welcome the festive season and all the goodness it brings with it.
#1 DIY Woodland Wreath Trio
The woodland theme is a hit no matter what you make out of it. I just think it’s one of those themes that hasn’t yet been dragged around so if you choose it, you know your décor will stand out yet blend in – if you know what I mean. This woodland-themed DIY wreath is just so intriguing and there’s something so cozy and interesting about it, that those who turn up at your doorstep would be curious to see more of what you’ve put up. And we like that, right!?
DIY Christmas Wreaths from Shades of Blue Interiors
#2 DIY Gingerbread Cookie Christmas Wreath
If you spent your childhood in a home that was big on baking and took its gingerbread cookies seriously, then this wreath will take you down memory lane. I promise you; it will be a sweet journey. Take out that special family recipe for gingerbread cookies then and enjoy the yummy aroma of freshly baked awesomeness, as you ice them and get ready to assemble your wreath. You can enhance the experience by placing a diffuser of gingerbread cookie notes or lighting a scented candle and providing a delicious sensory stimulus for all those who show up at your door.
DIY Christmas Wreaths from Inspired by Charm
#3 DIY Christmas Wreath with Bells
Here’s a fun idea for those who love taking inspiration from nature. This DIY Christmas Wreath is an interesting fusion of nature and some nice bells. If you liked how it looks, then get some winter greens from the woods around you, or buy some from the store, and fix up a nice little DIY wreath for you. The bells are a nice and festive touch. In the days leading up to Christmas, all those who visit you can use these decorative bells to make their presence known. It would be fun, don’t you think?
DIY Christmas Wreaths from The Turquoise Home
#4 Earthy Christmas Wreath
Here’s something whimsical and eye-catching for you to treat your front door with. If you’ve been holding onto some dried flowers but they aren’t doing well as potpourri, then bless them with a second and more aesthetic life. You can use this earthy wreath as a welcome note during fall or you can hang a couple of ornaments or candles in there and make your house entrance the perfect vision for embracing Christmas.
DIY Christmas Wreaths from Alicia Lund
#5 DIY Christmas Wreath with Vintage Toy Cars
This DIY Christmas Wreath is an absolute stunner that’s bound to get everybody’s attention. Those who enjoy a beautiful aesthetic and little ones who are obsessed with toy cars, both will be won over by this beauty. It’s a unique idea and one that you should give a try if you’re planning on putting up something unusual and delightful.
DIY Christmas Wreaths from Lovely Indeed
#6 DIY Embroidery Hoop Christmas Wreath
If ‘classy’ and ‘elegant are the keywords of your DIY Christmas Wreath search, then you’ve landed on the right idea. Making this beautiful wreath requires only a few basic steps. You will need some green twigs for décor and an LED candle preferably. An embroidery hoop and some effort will get you this stunner in no time. You can keep it just as it is or embellish it further with pieces of your choice.
DIY Christmas Wreaths from A Pumpkin and A Princess
#7 DIY Giant Evergreen Christmas Wreath
This gigantic DIY Christmas Wreath is for those how are planning on making a bold statement with their elaborate celebrations this time around. You will be needing a combination of lots of faux and fresh evergreen sprigs, red holly berries, and some plaid ribbon for making this stunner. If you have a big entrance door, this DIY wreath would embellish it perfectly for your Christmas soiree. This would also be a great make for a school Christmas affair.
DIY Christmas Wreaths from A Pretty Life in the Suburbs
#8 Winter Ice Christmas Wreath
Here’s something unusual and interesting. If you want to craft an idea that’s outside the box, then give this DIY wreath a shot.
DIY Christmas Wreaths from Woman's Day
#9 Vintage Style Winter Wonderland Wreath
Get the days for merriment rolling by starting off with this retro wreath. This vintage-style wreath will excite those who miss Christmas dinners of the past. You can put up all décor set in the ’90s, with a flair of colors and sparkle. While modern times have ideas so full of aesthetic stimuli, it’s always fun to look back and enjoy something we grew up with.
DIY Christmas Wreaths from Flamingo Toes
#10 DIY blue & white olive holiday wreath
This stunner is for those who don’t enjoy the Christmas classics of reds and greens or have had too much of it in the past. The DIY blue and white olive holiday wreath is a totally modern affair. It’s minimal, it’s fresh and it is so elegant. Ideas like these say a lot about your choices and we love that.
DIY Christmas Wreaths from 100 Layer Cake
#11 Easiest DIY Christmas Bow Wreath
This wreath is gorgeous, and you can see that. The best part is its easy construction, though. It is so simple to the layout. All you need to do is peel the backing off the bows and stick to the wreath form. If you’re worried about the stocking situation, you can simply add a little dab of hot glue for extra hold. What I love about the bows used here is their matte finish. These bows are mostly too glossy and shiny, there’s nothing wrong with that and feel free to use those if you like them that way. However, these matte bows are different and subtle so that’s pretty cool too.
DIY Christmas Wreaths from Design Improvised
#12 Dried Orange Christmas Wreath
This gorgeous Christmas Wreath is for those who enjoy dry arrangements. This DIY wreath is raw and that’s the beauty of it – no neatly tucked away edges of synthetic stuff. It’s all organic, natural, and tucked together like a foresty nest – if that were a thing. This would look SO good if you kept some stuffed, woodland creatures near your doorstep and set up a woody theme. This wreath features some dried citrus slices for a dash of color and scent, and acorns for dimension. We love that, don’t we!?
DIY Christmas Wreaths from Alicia Lund
#13 DIY Star Anise Christmas Wreath
This DIY Star Anise Christmas Wreath is a pretty and exquisite choice of a wreath that would fill up your home with the wonderful scent of whole spice. The aesthetic is so unique and commendable. Tied off with a plaid bow, it gives off just the right amount of Christmassy vibes.
DIY Christmas Wreaths from Driven by Decor
#14 Charming Floral Christmas Wreath
Do you like making your home décor out of fresh flowers? I think you can never go wrong with some pretty, fresh flowers. They are stunners, and the scent is always a plus! Just go with colors that coordinate with the rest of your decor and go overboard or stay minimal – the choice is yours but the result (I’m certain) will be a vision.
DIY Christmas Wreaths from Sugar and Charm
#15 DIY Christmas Homes Wreath
Fresh twigs, cones, and plaid ribbons are a recipe for a delightful wreath. Check out the tutorial to make this classic and stun your family and friends with your craft, this Christmas.
DIY Christmas Wreaths from Place of my Taste
DIY Christmas Wreaths– In Conclusion
Welcome winters and the merriment of Christmas times with a personalized and gorgeous holiday wreath. There’s nothing like making one yourself and enjoying all the compliments that come gushing your way when your family and guests see it. There are so many décor themes to pick from, as you might have realized once scrolling through this blog post. Take your sweet time to pick one, because the wreath is going to be the first thing your guests will see. Make sure to put up one that entices everyone who turns up at your door to see what the decor is like on the inside.