75 Awesome Christmas Wreaths Ideas For All Types Of Décor
Wreaths are very traditional for many holidays. Christmas wreaths, no matter outside or inside you hang them, create a special atmosphere. Choosing or making a Christmas wreath use your imagination and don’t be afraid of experiments to be original. Any material arranged beautifully would look great – ribbons, gums, paper, flowers, balls, even cork and ginger cookies. You can find wreaths in any style – traditional of flowers and evergreen plants, modern of presents, crafty of clews, romantic of ribbons and in the shape of a star. You can put them outside on your door, inside anywhere – even in your cupboards, on the chairs and on the door handles. Any color, any material – be special this Christmas!
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Snowy pinecones glued together is a great base for a DIY wreath. Just add some red pops of color, like these faux cardinals, to make a great Xmas wreath.
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Bay leaves is a perfect material for mini homemade wreath that smells great.
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A bow is a great addition to any Chrismas wreath. There are plenty of videos on youtube showing how to tie a perfect bow for such wreath.
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Buy several grapevine wreaths in different sizes. Spray paint them in white. Hang them together, add a hat and a scarf and you got yourself cool snowman wreath for a front door.
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Mixing burlap with evergreen pine, cranberries and plaid ribbon is a great idea for a DIY rustic, natural-looking Christmas wreath.
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Those of you who love framed art might want to buy or draw a watercolor wreath, buy an IKEA photo frame and get yourself a quite creative Chrismtas piece of decor.
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Any wreath could be hanged on a rocking chair on your front porch instead of a front door or windows.
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This lovely wreath is quite cheap to make and candy cane shaped hearts looks awesome!
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Light string Christmas wreath is a great idea to make your front door even more welcoming.
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Who said a wreath should be small? This Christmas wreath is perfect for some restaurant or for a patio.
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You can hang a wreath like a chandelier. If you combine several of them they'd look like a Christmas tree.
You'll need about 100 Christmas ornaments to make this wreath. Cut the hook off of a wire clothes hanger and use pliers to shape remaining wire into a circular base for the wreath. Thread ornament onto the craft wire, and wind wire around base once to secure it. Repeat, repeat, repeat...
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Small wreaths are perfect splashes of color to your shelves and bookcases.
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Pine and fir twigs are great but you can make from other evergreens too. Ivy, eucalyptus and moss looks great mixed together.
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Gather and dry some late blooms to bring some beauty indoors during holidays.
Evergreen branches look especially beautiful with pinecones and red berries on them.
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For all of those foodies out there - make a wreath of dried herbs! It not only would look great but its smell would be amazing too.
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To make a wreath looks rustic find a vintage frame and hang the wreath inside of it.
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Evergreen wreaths are stunning in their simplicity.
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To make this door adornment, wrap Styrofoam balls and a Styrofoam wreath form with colored yarn. Glue everyting together with a hot glue gun. Don't forget to mix different shades of green and red yarn to make the wreath looks special.
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A wreath for indoors use only. Make a bunch of paper stars from colroful scrapbook paper and glue them together. Use ribbon to hang it on a chair or anywhere you want.
p.s. Store such wreaths carefully, not smashed, and it'd serve you the next year too.
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Even simple wooden balls could be glued together to become your next Christmas reef.