12 Days of Christmas Wreaths!
Let your front door reflect your Christmas spirit with a handmade wreath! Inspire a festive mood in your guests from the moment they knock on your front door. Go traditional, whimsical, country, glitzy – there’s a DIY wreath project that’s just right for you! Here are a dozen – for 12 days of Christmas wreaths!
Built on an old, scratched CD, this Vintage Sheet Music Wreath from Art is Beauty is the perfect greeter for a musical household. Second-hand shops and garage sales (or your own attic) are a great source of material.
Two-sided scrapbook paper is so pretty when it’s curled! Both sides are the right side when you make a Curled Paper Wreath. The ornaments hanging in the center of the wreath are the perfect finishing touch.
Add some sparkle to your holidays with a Gold Leaf Wreath! Decor Chick scored some great supplies at the dollar store and made this blingy budget-friendly wreath.
What to do with all those scraps of Christmas fabric? Make a Scrappy Rag Wreath like this one from Achieving Proverbs 31! This is so easy – all this fabric and not a stitch of sewing!
Sometimes the classics are best, but natural wreaths can be super expensive! Enter Fynes Designs with DIY instructions to make your own Traditional Natural Wreath. The supplies are inexpensive (you might even find some in your backyard) and the steps are easy to follow.
Well, this Clothespin Wreath is way too cute and way too easy! Use it to display Christmas cards like Craftiness Is Not Optional does, or let it hold little daily treats to help with the countdown to Christmas!
There nothing sweeter than a Christmas Candy Wreath! Gwynn Wasson Designs uses Starlight mint candies to decorate her front door with the sweetest of holiday greetings!
Have you ever made 3D paper stars? They’re easier than you think! You make them with just one cut! Little Birdie Secrets reveals the how-to so you can make a 3D Star Paper Wreath with your favorite Christmas papers.
Santa’s in the house with Mally Kally Creations’ cute wreath project! Start by making a plain red wreath and transform it into a whimsical Santa Wreath reminder of the spirit of the season!
Some rules are made to be broken, so with this Framed Ornament Christmas Tree, the round wreath rule bites the dust! Simplicity In the South arranges ornaments just so and features the happy tree in a pretty frame.
This zero-calorie Candy Cane Wreath is made from small squares of red and white fabric. No sewing or gluing – Whipper Berry secures the bits in place with pins!
What’s more fun, making this Wine Cork Wreath or collecting the supplies? The bits of Cabernet and Merlot on the corks lets everyone know how much you appreciate the Christmas spirit! Wine Folly shows you how to prepare and secure the corks, then finish it all off with ribbon.
Check out all of our DIY Christmas projects on Create Whimsy!