‘Tis the season to be jolly, fa-la-la-la-la-la! It’s officially time to start holiday decorating, and we’d love to see some unique ideas this year! Sure the reliable wreath is a gorgeous addition to your front door, but why not make your own? Get inspired from these creative DIY wreaths we found from all over the place, and create your own masterpiece this year! No matter what holiday you celebrate, this is a great way to bring that jolly spirit to your home. Your neighbors will be dying to know your secret, and you’ll have a unique door that’s easy to point out to visiting friends and family. With all these quirky tricks, you’re sure to find a wreath that fits your personality and matches your decor– so keep reading for a lesson on creating our favorite holiday wreaths!
This first wreath we found on GoodHousekeeping with a unique look that’s hard not to love! It’s bright colors and unexpected quirks make it a great addition to any fun household full of holiday laughs!
Deck the halls with this creative and gorgeous wreath from Living With Lindsay!
Made from book pages, be sure to hide this one from the book worm in the house… The guide has great step-by-step instructions and a video that will help you create this masterpiece in your own house! We love this look for those more sophisticated holiday homes.
Check out a DIY guide for this amazing wreath from StoneGable!
Although this bold wreath may shock you at first, it puts an edgy twist on the classic Fall wreath! We love the use of warm colors for homes with a classic red/brown theme, and the autumn look of this craft. You’ll catch the eye of anyone passing by, and it’s sure to warm up this icy season!
Last but not least, for an eye catching wreath full of fuzzy pom poms, check out this DIY guide at Nature’s Heirloom!
We love that they thought far outside of the box and created door decor out of these crafty little pom poms! If you want a vibrant and warm look to your home this season, try out this wreath!
If you create any of these gorgeous wreaths, let us know on our Facebook page and post a picture! Leave us a comment below which one was your favorite, or which you’ll try. Happy holidays!