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6 Stunning DIY Wreaths to Get You Into the Holiday Spirit

by Gabrielle Blair on December 8, 2012 at 8:41 AM

Knock knock, it's Christmas, the most wonderful time of the year! Why not take some time to craft up your own holiday wreath to deck those halls? There's nothing like the smell of fresh pine to make your home into a holiday haven. Scatter in some star anise like the beautiful wreath above, and you've got something that not only smells good, but looks amazing too! 

See 5 more inspirations below.

The country charm of this burlap beauty is textural and unusual. Attaching family photos adds a personal touch. Find all the details on how to make this wreath from The Inspired Room.

This yarn ball wreath is simple and delightful! The yarn makes it fit well in a more casual space, the simplicity makes it comfortable in a modern space. Nice! Take a look at how to make your own

 

bright berry wreath conveniently looks good against both light paint and darker shades. Unless you have a red door, this option would be perfect for you!

 

This wreath made from felted balls is so much fun! Felting your own balls is a bit of a project, but you can also find them ready-made. This feels like an instant heirloom to me. I can imagine it being hung in your home, your child's home, your grandchild's home ...

 

Here's another festive and easy wintry wreath. I like the multi-layer effect. Check out the details on how to make this beauty.

 

Lastly, would you ever guess this gorgeous gold wreath was made out of thumb tacks? It's true!

Have you ever made your own holiday wreath? Have any tips or inspirations I should know about?

Filed Under: christmasdecorating, crafts, decorating, diy, holiday decorating, home life, inspirations

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    mustbeGRACE

    December 8, 2012 at 12:51 PM

    The last 3 don't  even look like CHRISTMAS.


  • Chari...
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    Charizma77

    December 10, 2012 at 9:29 PM

    Very unique!


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