With no beginning or end, the assortments with flowers, greenery, fruits, twigs, ribbons, or various other ornaments’ history date back to ancient Roman times. Ever since it’s first usage, many wreath trends and themes emerged over the years to make our interior and outdoor goals complete.
Simple or classy, small or large, rustic or modern, we believe there’s a wreath out there for everyone; if not, we can create one with a few do-it-yourself tricks to show off our personal styles.
To ensure your doors, windows, mantles, walls etc are best dressed; here are 33 homemade Christmas wreath ideas to chew on. And yes, we’d love to see the ones you’re going to make this year.
Fairy light wreath
Greet your guests with magical fairy lights. Your Christmas door décor couldn’t be less time consuming and more affordable since this adorable piece is made out of tiny old Christmas lights.
Bicycle wheels get a beautiful transformation when it is adorned with bow ribbon, berries, and evergreen. You can dress the wheels with literally anything you can pick up from your garden. Incredible DIY wreath, huh?
Festive Burlap Wraps
Who said burlaps are just subsidiary to the main décor? It’s time to turn the tables! Cut white burlap into small strips, tie them onto a wreath form, and decorate with some crimson red fabric flowers.
Peppermint Starlight Burst
Peppermint starlights aren’t to satisfy your sweet tooth. Hot glue the peppermint candies onto a Styrofoam wrapped with floral ribbon and hang on any door, siding, or staircases. Making one tonight?
How cool it would be to have a snowman at your entranceway to welcome you to home? Combine three wreaths of different sizes and decorate with hats and scarves. Finish off the snowman inspired Christmas wreath by attaching two sticks as the hands.
It’s the time of year to create sweet memories with friends and family. So, why not sweeten up your holiday décor with this marshmallow wonder wreath embellished with decorative ribbons? All in all, a sweet and sassy wreath for your doors!
Bask in the red wreath
If you’re obsessed with red color, this simple yet classy wreath will get you the traditional holiday vibe. It’s is not just a Christmassy door décor, but a perfect one to use it during Valentine ’s Day as well.
The Comforts of Poinsettia
This lovely poinsettia wreath decorated with faux berries, pearls, and bead is an epitome of elegance. We’re sure that this wreath is going to make this holiday season so much more of an experience for you and your guests.
Pinecones make sense wreath
This holiday wreath combines pinecones, LED fairy lights, evergreen branches, and berry sprigs to ring the decor. The best part – you can keep this wreath all year-round with or without the decorations.
Snow white wreath
Make a standout Christmas wreath made of Styrofoam balls of varying sizes. And yes, you can’t go wrong with the elegance the red bow ribbon has added to the entire look. Did we forget to mention that this is perfect for a smaller door?
Mason Jar Elegance
Give your door a luxurious look by arranging Mason jar lids as a festive wreath. This would be a nice option to hang on the cabinet doors or in front of the garage. Perfect door décor, don’t you think so?
Who wouldn’t love this arrangement made of gold chevron, twiggy wreath form and twine ribbon in grey, and the bright berries? Little bit of everything to add a unique color palette to your front door! Isn’t this wreath inspiring?
Illuminate your holiday season with Christmas adornments and few strings of tiny lights. It will be a great shout if you wire the lights on the outer edges. Have you started thinking about crafting one?
Hula hoop eucalyptus wreath
If you don’t think of eucalyptus as holiday decor, this simple greenery tucked hula hoop will change your mind. Hung some letters to make the wreath one-of-a-kind. You can also add your own creativity to make it a personalized décor.
Embrace the ribbon wreaths
Leaves and berries are great – but sometimes you need a spool of striped holiday ribbon to do the magic! The classic red and white combo is sure to grab the attention of more eyeballs.
Oh Gosh Cookie Cutter Wreaths
If traditional isn’t exactly your style, this rare combination will work for you. Made out of cookie cutters of different sizes and shapes, this wreath is enough to welcome all seasons to your home.
Adorable Flannel Wreaths
We chose this wreath because it’s unique and handmade from few materials – greenery, flocking, red berries, straw wreath, and flannel shirts. Ready to put your creativity in action?
PVC Honeycomb Wreaths
When nothing satisfies your creative mind, go for PVC. Hot glue the carefully cut PVC pipes of different sizes, perch colourful pom-poms or ornamental balls and hang it on the front door forever.
Loved by kids wreath
Use Tulle in red and white to make this stunning wreath. Plus, decorative ornaments make it even cooler. Don’t forget to involve your kids in making this super easy wreath. They’re gonna love it!
Rudolf Tulle Wreath
Create your own red-nosed Rudolf with brown tulle, Styrofoam balls, Styrofoam wreath, white craft foam, and a jingle bell. Use sparkling red paint to get the reindeer’s nose just right.
Beautiful Burlap Wreath
Oh my goodness! Can you imagine this charming door decor is made only out of burlap ribbons? If your style is simple yet classy, this is for you! And yes, this is perfect as a last minute wreath DIY ideas or just the genius gift option.
Holiday Tulle Wreath
You won’t be able to take your eyes off of this tulle wreath. Create this beautiful wreath by wrapping green tulle around your basic round form, finishing it with ornaments and red bow tied ribbon.
Christmas spirit ornamental wreath
Ornaments, evergreen, pinecones, faux berry sprigs, and wire coat hanger come together to create a desired festive look. A complete package that is simple and fun at the same time!
Snow white yarn pom wreaths
Hang a plaid bow tie from the bottom of your yarn pom wreath for a complete look. Hang indoors and enjoy the bliss it spreads every time you see it on the walls or windows.
If your door is asking for a transitional Christmas décor, try your hands at this peppermint wreath. Top the wreath with candy canes, berries, and other ornaments for a charming addition.
Classic Candy Wreaths
Go beyond evergreen, berry, Christmas characters, and motifs—these candy wreaths are stunning and tempting at the same time. Hang a plaid bow ribbon to spruce up the beauty.
Sassy Clothespin Wreath
To create this oh-so-awesome wreath, clip them on a metal ring and paint with green color. Hot-glue red bow to wreath at the bottom. There you go! An extraordinary wreath for your laundry room!
Coffee Filter Fab
Not a fan of lush greens, bright reds or the typical Christmas decorations? No problem! Try this elegant wreath made out of white coffee filters to welcome the holiday season and your guests.
Starry Burlap Wreaths
This burlap-inspired Christmas wreath can go a long way, and will work effortlessly with your ever-changing Christmas styles for years to come. If you want an edge, add a paper cover start stick.
Quirky Wreath of Acorn
Planning to ditch all traditional wreath ideas and craving for something unique? This wreath is just for you! Glue-in the acorns (fresh or baked, the choice is yours!) onto a straw wreath in any pattern you like and hang it on your doorway.
Winter Wonderland Wreaths
Here’s a stunningly beautiful Christmas wreath to make a refined statement during the holiday season. This unique style proves that snowflakes and Christmas décor are inseparable.
Turn pop sticks into a classy yet sassy wreath by simply gluing the pop sticks together. Continue adding more pop sticks until you reach the circular, oval or square shape.
Garden Trimming Treat
There’s no question that you’ll have a fun-filled holiday season with this entranceway décor made with rhodendron trimmings and dead cordyline leaves. Wire some holly leaves and add baubles to spruce up the style statement.