Nothing welcomes visitors and says “Happy Holidays” better than a wreath on your front door. These homemade Christmas decorations make a great first impression. If you’re not ready to deck the halls with boughs of holly and start shouting “Fa, la, lalala!” yet, a stunning wreath will get you in the spirit! Take a look at a few of our favorites!
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Stunning Wreaths: Fabulous Homemade Christmas Decorations
This easy DIY wreath uses fabric scraps and a few embellishments to make it festive and fun! The best part? Take off those glittering stars and add a few hearts, you have a Valentine’s Day wreath. Throw on a blue scarf and voila, a patriotic wreath!
Get your jingle bell rock groove on with this incredibly adorable and super easy Jingle Bell Wreath from Domestic Imperfection. Love how she shares what DIDN’T work as well as what did, saves you time from trying to take shortcuts!
Lollipop, lollipop, oh peppermint lollipop! These DIY Peppermint Lollipops may not be traditional wreath projects, but as you can see, they’re the perfect compliment to your boughs of Evergreen!
Well, bust my buttons! Creating adorable homemade Christmas decorations doesn’t get much easier than this button wreath project. If you can push a pipe cleaner through a button hole, you can make this beauty. It’s perfect for the kids too.
Looking for something a little different than the tradition red and green combos? How about this beautiful silver and blue DIY Holiday Wreath? It looks stunning on a white door, don’t you think?
These five stunning wreaths are the perfect way to welcome guests to your home during the holidays. Homemade Christmas decorations are always a hit because even if you follow a tutorial exactly, you still end up with a one-of-a-kind item. Make one great piece or make them all and rotate them! They’re also perfect for gifting!
Do you have any favorite homemade Christmas decorations or wreaths? Tell us in the comments!