Ideas & Inspiration

Ideas for Christmas Wreaths

Birdhouse Wreath
Birdhouse Wreath

Put a birdhouse at the center of a DIY wreath. Make the wreath from natural shrub clippings from your outdoor space.

Magnolia Swag
Magnolia Swag

Natural elements such as magnolia and pine can be used to create swags, easy alternatives to typical wreaths. Learn how to make an easy holiday swag.

Burlap Wreath
Burlap Wreath

This fun twist to the burlap wreath is crafted from a coffee bean sack. To get the look, use sharp scissors to cut the side and top seams, opening up the sack. The cut along the length into 4-inch strips. Weave the strips into a wire wreath frame. The bow is 4-inch red burlap ribbon, pulled through the wire frame for a full look. Finish the bow with a tail cut from the ribbon and a spray of pine needles and gold-painted pine cones.

Fruit Wreath
Fruit Wreath

Make a natural fruit wreath. Attach dried citrus, berries, acorns and other nuts, cinnamon sticks, star anise and small pinecones for a beautiful and fragrant holiday wreath. You could also try other materials including dried pomegranate, herbs and red chili peppers.

Magnolia and Burlap Wreath
Magnolia and Burlap Wreath

Dress up your basic burlap wreath with a stunning magnolia swag. This burlap wreath is created with 4-inch burlap-and-gold ribbon woven through a wire wreath frame. Glossy magnolia leaves and flower buds are wired on and topped with a pretty bow.

Snowflake Wreath
Snowflake Wreath

Liven up your typical holiday decor with a snowflake wreath made from painted paint sticks. Then attach pieces together in a snowflake form using a glue gun.

Pre-Lit Wreath
Pre-Lit Wreath

If you’re time-pressed, pre-lit artificial wreaths can be a good option. Not only is it a plug in and go option, you can pull it out year after year.

Holly and Pine Wreath
Holly and Pine Wreath

This wreath begins with a grapevine base and is topped with holly and pine boughs. It’s finished with a jute twine string of jingle bells and festive bow.