Ho, Ho, Ho! Are you ready to hear that familiar sound?
If not, then let us help you get into the holiday spirit. I know how hard it can be at times when you are having to think of all that needs to be done this time of year. There is shopping, baking, cooking, and decorating. That can be a lot.
But we can help take some of the burdens off of you. In fact, I’m going to bring you quite a few Christmas wreath ideas that you can browse through and decide for yourself which ones you will tackle this year.
So if you are stressing over home décor… don't. Because we have you covered. One of these beautiful wreaths will have your home feeling like Christmas in no time.
Christmas Wreath Ideas
Here are the gorgeous wreaths:
1. Merry Christmas Door Tags
This is such a unique idea. Instead of going with a traditional round wreath, someone created two door tags that say Merry and Christmas.
Then you just hang them from some rope or ribbon on your front door, and your home is festive in no time flat. Also, if you don’t feel like making them, the link will lead you to the Etsy account where you can order them.
2. The Candy Cane Wreath
This wreath is one that can actually be constructed for very little money. In fact, if you have a dollar store near you they might carry all of the supplies you need.
So you’ll just use candy canes to make the wreath, ribbon to hang it, and find a pretty little snowflake decal to make it pop.
3. The Framed Ornament Wreath
I love this wreath idea. It is so simple yet so chic too. Not to mention, it will be hard to come across many other people that will have it.
Which means if you have a picture frame, a few spare ornaments, and some string you could have quite a beautiful wreath for your door.
4. Candy Cane Peg Wreath
This wreath is another one that looks very simple to make, but also very welcoming to any visitors you may have in your home this holiday season.
So if you have some clothes pins and some paint where you can create different designs on them, then you basically have this wreath.
5. Wine Cork Wreath
This wreath is another one that allows you to upcycle items that you may already have on hand. If you have any spare wine corks hanging around, then put them to use.
Then you can add a few Christmas decorations to make it pop a little, and you are all set to celebrate this holiday.
6. Christmas Cookie Cutter Wreath
This is another great yet inexpensive idea to decorate your home with this holiday season. In fact, even if you don’t have cookie cutters, they can often be purchased very inexpensively.
So pull out those cookie cutters, and use them for more than baking cookies with this wreath idea and tutorial.
7. The Christmas Ribbon Wreath
I know that buying premade wreaths can be really expensive. Truthfully, that is why I rarely do it. I couldn’t afford to decorate very much if I did.
But with this wreath, if you can buy a wire wreath outline and some ribbon, then you can have a really cute wreath for very little money.
8. The Giant Christmas Wreath
I admit it, I live in a small home and nowhere to really use a wreath of this size. Yet, after seeing how pretty and easy it was to make, I may have to find a place for a wreath like this.
So if you have any pool noodles hanging around, then put them to use on this wreath. Then you can pick up some ornaments from the dollar store, and you are ready.
9. 3 Wreaths in 1
Who says you only need one wreath on your front door? In most cases, it might seem a little odd, but with this design, it is actually really nice.
So you just have 3 green wreaths with some added ribbon for holiday flare, and then you run a red velvet ribbon down behind them.
10. Let It Snow Wreath
This is another wreath that looks very easy to make. You just wrap a cardboard wreath outline with ribbon.
Then you hang the words written on wooden circles “Let it snow.” But don’t forget to add little white buttons that resemble snowflakes.
11. The Easy Snowman Wreath
Do you have a thing for snowmen? Especially around Christmas time? If so, then you’ll love this DIY snowman wreath.
So there is a great tutorial to show you how to construct it all, and it uses very basic supplies as well.
12. The Peppermint Monogram Wreath
This wreath is super simple yet still extremely cute and festive. Even if you don’t consider yourself a very ‘artsy’ person, you could still totally do this.
Why do I say that? Because I can totally do this. You just take a premade monogrammed letter and follow the tutorial with adding peppermints and paint where needed.
13. The Bow Wreath
Are you working on a decorating budget? Me and you both! Which is why I love this wreath. It is made out of premade paper bows.
You know, those kinds that you can buy a whole bag of for less than a dollar usually? Well, with this tutorial, those bows can become your new Christmas wreath.
14. The Christmas Tree Wreath
This wreath is one that can be purchased at the link below if you love it but know you don’t have time to recreate it.
But if you are an avid DIYer, then maybe you can check out the picture and figure out how to recreate it for yourself.
15. The Peppermint and Candy Cane Wreath
This wreath has a very thorough tutorial. With some glue, it shows you how easily and where to stick things.
So if you love candy, especially around the holidays, then you should definitely check this wreath out.
16. The Monogrammed Happy Holiday Wreath
This wreath is one that can either be used as inspiration to create your own masterpiece, or you can follow the link below to find who originally made it.
Then you can contact them and ask her to make a wreath just for you. But I really love this wreath as it ties in the popular monogram and also the classic grapevine and ribbon.
17. Let It Snow Winter Wreath
We’ve already discussed one wreath that had ‘Let It Snow’ dangling from the wreath, but this wreath shares the same theme only it is represented differently.
So if you like the traditional red plaid feel around Christmas, and your theme being snow, then you definitely need to check out this wreath.
18. DIY Glam Garland Wreath
Do you have a thing for sparkly tinsel or garland (whichever you call it) around the holidays? I know a lot of people do!
So if you are one of them, then you’ll love this tutorial where you can make a glam garland wreath.
19. DIY Ornament Wreath
Ornament wreaths are actually quite popular in most major retail stores. The only problem is they are at least $20 on the low side of things.
But why pay that when you can simply buy a foam outline of a wreath and a few packs of ornaments for only a couple of dollars? Then you simply follow this tutorial.
20. Christmas Is Better At The Beach
This wreath says it all for a lot of people. For those of you that are fortunate enough to spend the holidays in a warmer climate, then you can really appreciate this wreath.
So the link will actually lead you to where you can purchase it, or you can use the picture as inspiration to make your own.
21. Grapevine Wreath Snowman
I love this wreath. It takes something we all probably deem more traditional and adds a new touch to it.
So if you love snowmen, then you’ll love this wreath where you combine two grapevine wreaths (with lights), and it makes a unique and pretty snowman for your door.
22. Pine Cone Wreath
My mom always had a thing for decorating our house at Christmas with items that were pine cone based.
So when I saw this DIY wreath, I thought a few other people might like pine cones too and be interested. Here is a great tutorial to help you build this classic wreath that also stands out because of the lights incorporated with it.
23. The DIY Greenery Porch Light Décor
This isn’t exactly a wreath, but I love it because I use something similar to this to decorate my porch lights every Christmas.
So you’ll just need a green foam block that you can add the artificial greenery too. Then you incorporate a clothes hanger so it is easy to hang around your light. So simple yet so pretty.
24. The Plaid and Floral DIY Christmas Wreath
Some people love more traditional style wreaths to decorate for Christmas. This is definitely one of those wreaths.
So if you love plaid and floral designs to make your house feel homier around the holidays, then you’ll want to check out this tutorial.
25. JOY Wreath
This wreath is one that spreads a traditional and positive message, but it is done in a less traditional way.
Basically, you have a grapevine wreath that is the O in joy. Then you have rustic wooden letters that finish spelling out the word. All while decorated with traditional holiday ribbons and add-ons.
26. The Rudolph Burlap Wreath
This wreath is actually for sale at the link provided below. That is handy if you are little busy this season.
However, it also looks pretty simple to recreate as well. You take a burlap wreath, add some decorative antlers, and a red nose. Then you have your own unique Rudolph wreath.
27. The Santa Belt Wreath
This wreath is another one that can be purchased if you find yourself a little too busy to make one around the holidays.
But if you’d like to attempt it yourself, you need a red burlap wreath. Then you can find some material to recreate the sparkly Santa belt. It is a very cute design.
28. Yarn Snowball Wreath
This wreath is one I really like because it doesn’t seem overly complicated yet it still has that welcoming holiday spirit about it.
So if you would like to decorate for snow, then you should consider following the tutorial where you combine white yarn balls to look like snow with some red accent yarn balls as well.
29. Believe Wreath
This is another wreath that can be purchased through Etsy, if you don’t have time to make a wreath this holiday season.
But if you do, it basically takes a traditional grapevine wreath, adds some greenery, and a few smaller decorations and makes a gorgeous piece of décor for your home.
30. Shabby Distressed Joy Frame
I had shared a wreath earlier that was made from a picture frame, and I absolutely love the idea. I think it is unique yet rustic simultaneously.
However, I wanted to share one with a link where you could buy it if needed. Also, this one could easily be recreated with some greenery, ribbon, and a rustic wooden décor added to it.
31. Hydrangea Christmas Wreath
Who says that every Christmas wreath has to be done in Joy, Santa, elves, or Christmas trees? In fact, you can skip all of the traditional stuff all together and still have an elegant wreath like this one.
So if you’d like something that is subtle yet eye-catching, then consider making this all white wreath with red hydrangeas that definitely make this wreath pop.
32. Monogram Pine Cone Wreath
We’ve already discussed how a lot of people like to decorate with a traditional pine cone decoration. If so, then why can’t you combine traditional pine cone with a modern monogram?
Well, thanks to this DIY wreath idea, you can. In fact, you just outline a wooden monogram piece with pine cones, and then hang with a pretty ribbon.
(Ed: The original post is no longer available, however the link below will show a similar Monogram Wreath.)
33. The Gingerbread Men Wreath
This wreath does not have a tutorial, unfortunately. Yet, I think you can look at it and tell where to stick things.
So if you love gingerbread men, especially around the holidays, then you should definitely check this wreath out.
Hopefully, this will help you stay calm and enjoy the holiday this year in the midst of the hustle and bustle.So you now have over 30 different wreaths to choose from when decorating your home for the holidays this year. Some you can make yourself and some you can skip the DIY process and just order.
Now, I want to hear from you. What is your favorite style wreath? Do you like traditional or something new and with lots of glam?
Share your thoughts with us. We left you a spot below and look forward to hearing from you.