Homemade Christmas Wreaths for mantles, doors and windows. Creative and inspiring winter wreath ideas to complement your Christmas Decor.
To wreath a door or to leave it bare? If you are someone who appreciates a mantle or front door with simplicity, we might just change your mind with these creative DIY Christmas Wreaths. From wreaths made entirely from balloons, dollar store materials or greenery, we have some of the easiest wreath tutorials for your holiday season.
Also be sure to take a look at our 30 Inspiring Christmas Tree Ideas – there are so many beautiful ways to decorate this winter season! We also love these Christmas Mantles and Christmas Porches to Inspire Your Welcome. Happy decorating!
Enjoy the smell of this Easy to Make Rosemary Wreath from yours truly!
Grab your supplies from the Dollar Store with this simplistic wire holly wreath craft!
You guys, I never would have guessed the secret craft supply in this Christmas Wreath – Balloons! Color coordinate this bright Christmas Balloon Wreath from Studio DIY with the rest of your holiday decor.
This magnolia wreath with hints of gold leaves is breathtaking. You would never guess that the base is from cardboard. More details on A Piece of Rainbow
Create an easy to make Felt Ball Wreath this holiday season. Great to use as an ornament for the tree, a Christmas decoration, and more. Details on Purely Katie.
You will never guess what makes the rings in this holiday wreath – PVC pipes! Follow this tutorial on A Beautiful Mess.
Not a big fan of wreaths? Convert and old picture frame into a door wreath with ornaments. Such a creative ideas from A Diamond in the Stuff.
Get ready to unwrap! This Christmas wreath is made from peppermints using a foam base on Crafts by Courtney.
Glue, glue and more glue will create this Vintage Style Ornament Wreath from Oliver and Rust.
I’ve got the joy, joy, joy, joy, down in this larger than life craft supply – a hula hoop. This Giant DIY Christmas Wreath comes from Homemade Ginger.
Turn leftover Christmas paper into a 3D Star Wreath from Little Birdie Secrets.
This Asymmetrical Holiday Wreath from Paper & Stich is beautiful. Use fresh flowers and greenery make for a timeless decorating combination.
Create your own Christmas Chalkboard Wreath for your home with this simple tutorial from Domestically Blissful.
This Christmas paper wreath took less than one hour to make! The easy fold is back to the good old days of elementary school! Tutorial on The Proper Blog.
Grab a bag of bows and get festive with this holiday bow wreath! Tutorial on Mom Spark.
This Ribbon Candy Wreath from Peta and Ply is so simple. Made from wire and 2″ striped ribbon, this is a simple way to make your house look merry—it’s easy on the eyes and easy to make.Homemade Christmas Wreaths for mantles, doors and windows. Creative and inspiring winter wreath ideas to complement your Christmas Decor. #Christmas #ChristmasWreaths
This Mixed Greens Wreath from Delia Creates is beautiful. I love that it uses a variety of greenery and can be reused year after year.
Care for a sweet treat? We have too. Take a look at this Marshmallow Wreath from The Sweet Escape.
A neighbor used to always make us this sweet wreath in the shape of foam cones. Design a Gumdrop Wreath (which the kids will love!) Tutorial on Dream a Little Bigger.
Race over to the Dollar Store for this Frugal Christmas Wreath, made entirely from ornaments! This Christmas Wreaths Dollar Store Christmas Wreath can be found on C’mom Get Crafty.
Pull out your felt fabric and make this Scalloped Christmas Wreath from Green Wedding Shoes.
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Last Updated on October 25, 2020 by Ashley at Frugal Coupon Living