Monday, December 6, 2021

9 DIY Christmas Wreath Ideas

I love putting up a wreath at Christmas time and I also love hanging up other holiday ones too. Have you ever wondered how it started? Well here is the low down of.....The story of the wreath: The wreath represented the thorns worn by Christ on the cross and the tiny red berries represent Christ's blood and the evergreen represents eternal life. When Christians hang a wreath on their door or in their window, it's an invitation for Christ to come into their home. So now we know and here are 10 wreath ideas.....I Hope You Enjoy Them :)

Hi friends! With Halloween over, it’s officially time to move on to Thanksgiving and Christmas, rigtht? And while I have a TON of awesome Thanksgiving content coming your way this week (eeek!), I’m also sprinking in some Christmas goodness too, like our ABC KIDS CHRISTMAS TREE we shared yesterday and today – a whole LOT of awesome Christmas wreaths! I’ve teamed up with some dear blog friends to bring you a BUNCH of  Christmas wreaths to bring you inspiration – the Christmas Wreath Blog Hop! And my contribution today is an Easy Poinsettia Christmas Wreath. You’ll be shocked at just how easy it is, so be sure to stick around to the end. Here’s what is in store for today. CONTINUE READING >>HERE<<

Here's how to make a Christmas wreath that's both minimalist and beautiful. Using an embroidery hoop as the base, adorn your wreath with greenery and dried flowers, then add a velvet ribbon and mini Christmas bulbs for a festive finishing touch.  >>INSTRUCTIONS HERE<<

HELLLLLOOOOOO! It’s me! It feels good to be back and typing my words on these cyber pages! I actually have a DIY project for you today. Me! A project! For you! Can ya believe it? This little gem is part of Mission: Merry 2013. Get ready for more projects to be showing up from now until Christmas! It’s about to get really jolly up in here. CONTINUE READING >>HERE<<

We got a permit to cut down a tree this year. It just made sense. With forest service land close by, and trees galore in our new PNW home, we were up for the adventure. And… part of the adventure was picking a tree that we thought was the right size, only to find that it was three feet too tall when we got home. Really, three feet!? We were so off! Ha! I blame it on the really tall skinny top. CONTINUE READING >>HERE<<

I love making funky, minimal wreath for most holidays but when it comes to the holidays, I’m a Classic Christmas gal all the way! That’s why I was so excited to take part in The Home Depot’s Virtual Workshop Party. I had already been eyeing the boxwood wreaths at the store and knew that they were going to make the perfect Classic Christmas Wreath Trio! CONTINUE READING >>HERE<<

I’m so glad that honeycomb paper is shedding its tacky reputation — think 80’s school dances, seasonal supermarket decorations hanging above the produce department — you get the idea. This festive honeycomb wreath will surely brighten up any room and spread some holiday cheer. CONTINUE READING >>HERE<<

It’s the most wonderful time of the year. And perhaps the craftiest time of the year, if you enjoy holiday projects. This quick and easy Christmas wreath is the perfect place to start decking your halls (or your front door). CONTINUE READING >>HERE<<

You might be thinking that you don’t see a lot of wreaths around here, and that’s because I haven’t made any!  This is the first one, and I went with a classic.  Boxwood wreaths are a holiday staple, but I wanted to give it a little twist while still keeping it really simple, so I created one in a diamond shape.  The hardest part was creating the diamond form, which wasn’t all that bad, so other than that it was pretty easy to make. CONTINUE READING >>HERE<<

looking way too bare. I made it with the leftover burlap from my table runner (plus a little more), and added a super simple paper-covered stick star. My homemade holiday decor is just about done! This wreath didn't take me that long, I just took my time getting it done (amidst all the other holiday decorating, baking, etc.). But I love how it turned out! (Plus I think I'll use the wreath for Valentine's day, too--just hang a heart on the front instead!) Here's the how to for both pieces. CONTINUE READING >>HERE<< 

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