Sunday, December 9, 2012

Top 10 DIY Christmas Wreaths

I posted last week my newest Christmas decoration for this year, a new wreath for the front door. Well, it definitely falls in the traditional category, and I have to say it's not too exciting. I was going the easy and quick route, really just wanted it to be done, and last year's wreath bit the dust. So this is what I did. It's also going to be easy to change if I have time next year.

So, I spent some time this weekend looking for ideas for next year, and I found A LOT. Here is my Top 10, and links to the tutorials. You are sure to find inspiration here, whether you want traditional, or something a bit different, like yarn, deco mesh, tulle, or even square! 

from Happy-Go-Lucky
A traditional style, here. I love how real the greenery looks, very log-cabin-ish.  Makes me think of going over the river and through the woods.

by All Things Thrifty
posted on Sew Dang Cute
Love the burlap. Very rustic and fresh!

from That's What Che Said
Okay, since last year's wreath was a berry wreath, this one tugged my heart-strings. I still wish it hadn't fallen apart. But, this one is even prettier!

from Savvy Seasons
These deco mesh wreaths are amazing. Love the AWE-factor. So fun and festive!

from Wine & Cork
Cant' pass up a reason to open a bottle! I'll be working hard to gather supplies to make this one next year *wink*.

from Baby Rabies
Couldn't help myself with this one. It just makes me smile!

from Susie Harris
Love the whimsical take on tradition. A bit Suessical, eh?

DIY Christmas Wreath Tutorial
from Becoming the Barr's
Bright and cheerful - love the yarn, monogram, and flowers. A very happy wreath!

from It's Overflowing
Now this is non-traditional! So fun and new. This is what I had hoped to have time to make, maybe next year - oops, I think I said that already. I'd better find a few more places to put wreaths next year.

And Finally,
from Better Homes and Gardens
I know this isn't from a blogger, which kinda goes against my rules, but it's so pretty! Love the contrast of white and red against the turquoise door. Might have to paint my door to do this one, think the hubby would go for it?

So, these are what I found to be inspirational. What do you think? Have a wreath you think should be shown here, or want to share one you made? Let me know, I'd love to see it.


  1. Hi Joey,
    Gorgeous wreaths and thank you so much for featuring one of mine. Happy Holidays! xo ~Liz