15 DIY Christmas Wreaths

Are you looking for a quick and inexpensive way to deck the halls this holiday season? Check out these DIY Christmas wreaths and make your decor more holly and jolly!  It’s not too late to create something beautiful for your home or as a gift.

15 DIY Christmas Wreaths as seen on JennsRAQ.com

It doesn’t have to cost a ton of money to get a little festive.  These 15 wreaths are all quite different, so check them all out to find one that fits your style and budget.  MANY of the supplies can be picked up at your local dollar store, or even a thrift store for next to nothing.  You could even keep your eye out at yard sales when people will practically give things away!

  1. CANDY CHRISTMAS WREATH
  2. CHRISTMAS ORNAMENT WREATH
  3. MAGNOLIA WREATH
  4. TUFTED WOOL WREATH
  5. BOOK PAGE WREATH
  6. CHRISTMAS WREATH
  7. BURLAP CIRCLE WREATH
  8. STRIPED PAPER STRAW WREATH
  9. BIRDS AND BERRIES
  10. CANDY WREATH
  11. RECYCLED PEG WREATH
  12. SNOW BALL WREATH
  13. SANTA WREATH
  14. HOLIDAY WREATH
  15. HOLIDAY RAG WREATH

Which one is your favorite? I’m partial to the candy wreath, and I think my kids would have a fun time making that one, too!  The snow ball wreath is genius, and looks simply perfect.
Wreaths also make a nice, quick gift that is unique. The best part is that you get to have the fun of making a wreath and get to enjoy it year after year.

Looking for more holiday fun?  Try your hand at making your own crayon lipstick, whipping up some iced coffee floats, or make a yummy batch of old fashioned blueberry muffins.

What are your favorite Christmas decorations to DIY?  The older I get, the more joy I find in creating things myself rather than buying them pre-made.  It’s all about making those memories and spending time with my family.  Crafting is one way to do both.  Isn’t that what the holidays are all about?

About Jenn L

Jenn lives in Fort Worth, Texas with her husband and 5 children. The family likes to eat healthy and try new recipes. Jenn homeschools all of the kids. She is heavily involved with local bloggers and is slightly addicted to social media.