22 Beautiful and Easy DIY Christmas Wreath Ideas

Christmas is rapidly approaching and we have lots of things to take care of before the holiday. There are presents that need to be bought and we also have to make our house look amazing. A wreath is the element that shouldn’t be missing from our homes. You can either buy one or you can make it yourself and this way it will be even more amazing. In case you’re having trouble deciding on a design, we have prepared a few beautiful examples for you.

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To make this paper wreath you need cardboard, paper bags, acrylic paint and tape. Cut a circle wreath out of cardboard and paint it. Paint paper bags with various colors and cut strips in various widths. Place the strips on the wreath and tape them on the underside.{found on giddygiddy}.

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This is a paper star wreath. To make it you need patterned paper, a hot glue gun, a wreath form and buttons and ribbon. Cut the stars and score a line from the top of each point straight down to the inside point. Fold on each line. Put buttons in the centers of the stars and attach them to the wreath form.{found on littlebirdiesecrets}.

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This wreath is easy to make and requires materials which you already have: a wire hanger and Christmas decorations. Bend the hanger into a circle. Glue the round ornaments to the round frame one by one. Add a bow, hang the wreath on the door and that’s all.{found on eddieross}.

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Here’s a more unusual idea: a popcorn wreath. To make it, you need a piece of cardboard, popcorn, a hot glue gun and ribbon. Cut out a wreath form out of cardboard. After that, start applying popcorn to the wreath using the hot glue gun. Wrap ribbon around the top and you’re done.{found on multiplydelicious}.

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This is a simple and more modern wreath. The materials needed are ribbon, a styrofoam base, pearl head pins, floral berries, felt, leaf template and a glue gun. Wrap ribbon around the wreath base and secure the end with a pin. Cut felt leaves and attach them to the wreath. Add the berries as well.{found on shaunayounge}.

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If you want, you could make a succulent wreath using plants from your garden. You could also buy the plants. You’ll need a wreath frame, moss, floral wire, floral pins and, of course, succulents. Spritz them with water occasionally and make sure they get sun.{found on prudentbaby}.

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This delicious wreath is covered with candy. To make something similar, take a styrofoam wreath form and wrap floral ribbon around it. Then start gluing candy on the wreath one by one. Using decorative ribbon, make a large bow to attach to the wreath at the end.{found on site}.

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Here’s another wreath that’s easy to make and requires simple materials. All you need are some fabric scraps, brads and a hot glue. You ca use any kind of wreath form you want. Cut circles out of fabric and layer them to make some sort of flowers and add some brads. Glue the fabric flowers to the wreath.{found on piccadillypeddler}.

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To make this wreath you’ll need a styrofoam wreath form, a glue gun, neutral color fabric, Christmas ornaments in various sizes and colors and decorative ribbon. You basically glue the ornaments onto the wreath form and then you add the ribbon.{found on sistersallys}.

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Very easy to make and also very modern, this wreath is perfect for those who aren’t necessarily familiar with DIY projects in general. All you need for the wreath is a wire hanger, some ribbon, green spray paint, a glue gun and clothespins. Paint the clothespins and attach them to the wreath form you’ve made from the hanger.{found on gwennypenny}.

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Although this wreath might seem complex, it’s actually very simple. It’s made using striped paper straws. First you wrap red ribbon around the wreath form and then you attach the straws one by one. Finally, make a bow and add the final touches.{found on tatertotsandjello}.

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The flowers on this wreath look lovely and you’ll be surprise to find out they’re made from coffee filters. You can put round decorations in the center of the flowers or you can improvise in some other way. The wreath form can have various designs.{found on thriftyandchic}.

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Very interesting-looking, this wreath requires very few materials. It’s basically a slice of wood with ribbon. First cut out the center of the wood slice and add self-stick pads to the back of the wreath to prevent scratching. Hang it with ribbon on the door.{found on site}.

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If you don’t want to spend time making an actual wreath, you could replace it with a frame. Find one you like, paint it and then make an ornament to go with it. It’s simple and chic and gives you plenty of time to focus on other things.{found on adiamondinthestuff}.

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This snowflake-shaped wreath is very festive. To make a similar one you’ll need a snowflake wreath form, florist plastic foam to fir the form, florist tape, moss, florist spray paint, plastic foam balls and long corsage pins.{found on site}.

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Twig wreaths are quite traditional and rustic but this one, however, is a little different. It’s made of twigs but it’s not round and it’s white. The twigs are wrapped in twine in the corners of the frame and three little red ornaments are hanging in the center.{found on site}.

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Try a more playful approach and make a jingle bell wreath. You’ll need wire, bells, pliers and ribbon for the bow. Cut the wire to make a loop closure, then thread the bells onto the wire. Join the wire ends and add the ribbon bow.{found on site}.

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Personalize the wreath with a monogram. Find a wood letter, spray paint it and, if you want, also make a nice pattern, then add it as a finishing touch to your twig wreath. To make the letter stand out, leave one half of the wreath as such and only decorate the other half.{found on susieharrisblog}.

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All you need for this wreath is a foam form, ribbon and a hot glue gun. Cut strips of ribbon and glue them onto the wreath, first, remember to wrap ribbon around the wreath to create a nice background. It takes a while to glue all the strips so you might want to watch a movie while you’re doing this.{found on livinwithheather}.

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This is a simple boxwood Christmas wreath and to make it you need boxwood clippings, wire for the form, cutters, florist’s wire and ribbon. It’s easy to make and it looks simple but it’s also festive and nice to look at.{found on site}.

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Although it may seem elaborate, this wreath takes only 30 minutes to make. You need a wreath form and lots of bows. Glue the bows to the wreath form one by one and mix the colors. You can buy bows in different shapes and sizes if you want to mix it up a little more.{found on site}.

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This is a 20-minute Christmas wreath with a rustic and elegant look. To make it you need a grapevine wreath, ribbon, florist wire, a Christmas sign and a floral swag. No glue is needed for this project. The decorations are attached to the wreath with florist wire.{found on site}.