Christmas Wreaths Ideas – 250 Pictures Part 1

CHRISTMAS WREATH IDEAS TO ADD SOME HOLIDAY CHEER

Last Updated: Jan 30, 2018

Preparing for the holidays is one of the most special times of the year. Whether you enjoy decorating your home, hanging lights or shopping for loved ones, you can’t deny the warmth and love you feel. One way to get your home in the holiday spirit is to design and hang a beautiful Christmas wreath.

To give you some inspiration, we compiled 50 Christmas wreath ideas that will transform your home into a very merry spirit. Use our generator to sort through indoor and outdoor wreaths, along with your Christmas decor style: rustic, modern, simple or traditional. Once you’ve decided on a wreath for your home, head on over to design your own Christmas cards for your family and friends.

Instructions: Click through the first row of buttons to sort by the indoor or outdoor decor. Click on the second and third rows to sort by the style of wreath projects. Click any photo for a larger view.

A picture frame and red paint are all you need for the base of this wreath. Add ornaments and ribbon for a full Christmas package.

Source: Artsy Chicks Rule

Using paper mache and old ornaments, make your wreath of any color. Choose an ornate picture frame for your border.

Source: Blue Cricket Design

Brighten your home this Christmas with a DIY felt and yarn wreath. Decide on red and green materials or tie in other favorite colors.

Source: Bombshell Bling

Go for a festive look with a wreath made out of wrapping paper and hot glue.

Source: Censational Girl

Find small, colorful decorations to bring extra life to a traditional evergreen wreath.

Source: Christina Crisostomo

Construct poinsettia flowers out of felt for this red and silver holiday wreath. Because it’s made of cloth, it can be used year after year.

Source: Classy Clutter

Sprinkle on a snow-covered look with white paint. This stunning rustic wreath can be made with materials found in the great outdoors.

Source: Clean and Scentsible

This silvery snowflake wreath complements nearly any front door. The best part? You get to spray paint for this DIY.

Source: Creative Green Living

With a vintage feel, this wreath intermixes evergreen branches and eucalyptus leaves. Tie it all together with a satin ribbon.

Source: Cristina Soriano

Put a spin on traditional burlap with this colorful combination, made to resemble a candy cane!

Source: Decor by the Seashore

Pull out your favorite red ribbon to make a traditional Christmas wreath. Create both small and large arrangements to hang throughout your home.

Source: Dixie Delights

Collect pine cones for a nearly cost-free DIY wreath. Spray paint the pine cones for a snow-covered look or keep them natural.

Source: Do It Yourself Divas

This rustic DIY wreath can be personalized to match your unique style, using embellishments like ribbon, berries and fabric flowers.

Source: Dwelling in Happiness

Bring the freshness of nature right to your front door. Use wire to hold magnolia, rosemary and boxwood branches tightly together. Add berries and ribbon for extra flair.

Source: Everyday Home Blog

Hang mini wreaths in your kitchen, bathrooms and entryway to make your home holiday-ready.

Source: Everyday Home Blog

Get your home in the Christmas spirit with a traditional green and red wreath. Add glittery accents to increase its texture.

Source: Fynes Designs

Make your front door sparkle by attaching glittery accessories to an evergreen wreath. Consider a theme like wildlife animals, jingle bells or Christmas tree ornaments.

Source: Fynes Designs

Design a wintry wreath to match your motif with 3D cardstock. Form stars out of the thick paper and fasten them together in a ring.

Source: Gluesticks Blog

Cluster solid-colored ornaments together for a shimmery indoor or outdoor wreath. Find inexpensive ornaments at second-hand shops to save on the cost.

Source: Gluesticks Blog

Adjoin cookie cutters of all shapes and sizes to create festive decor for the holidays. Use ribbons to tie the piece together.

Source: Golden Boys and Me

Source: Daisy Mae Belle

Source: Daisy Mae Belle

Source: Daisy Mae Belle

Guess what’s used as the framework for this Christmas wreath? A hula hoop! Spray paint it gold or silver and intertwine eucalyptus branches.

Source: Homemade Ginger

Create a shimmery DIY wreath to hang on your front door, back porch or in your guest bedroom. The best part? The project only requires a few minutes and a few simple materials like a styrofoam wreath and your choice of colored garland.

Source: Infarrantly Creative

Go green with a wreath made of succulents. Grow your own succulents for a DIY project you can be proud of.

Source: Jessica Currier

Create an eye-catching combination with burlap and ornaments. Coordinate your colors with other holiday decorations in your home.

Source: Jessica Lynn Writes

Freshen your home with a wreath full of real oranges. Use your favorite greenery to create a look that will last all season.

Source: Josh Gruetzmacher

Stylist: Type A Society

Made with eyelash yarn, this wreath has a fuzzy feel. Place it in a smaller room in your house, like a bathroom or guest room.

Source: Just Destiny Mag

Step away from a traditional circular wreath by hanging buckets or baskets. Fill them with greenery and pine cones for a holiday feel.

Source: Liz Marie Blog

Have an artistic side? Design a more loose and rustic wreath, like this arrangement made of eucalyptus and fresh wildflowers.

Source: Meredith Perdue

You don’t have to be a woodworking expert to make this DIY wreath. You’ll only need scrap wood, along with some stain and a stapler.

Source: Mom 4 Real by Jessica Kielman

Capitalize on your holiday decor with a wreath made in the shape of your last name’s beginning letter.

Source: Mommy Suite

Add plaid to this year’s holiday decorations. Design a wreath in just your style using fabric squares and knitting yarn.

Source: My Life From Home

Detail a traditional tinsel wreath with silver accents, like pine cones, stars and ornaments. Paint pieces that match your personality best.

Source: My Sweet Things

Have a scarf on-hand? No matter your crafting skill level, this DIY wreath can be made in a matter of minutes!

Source: One Fab Day

Catch your neighbor’s attention with a uniquely shaped Christmas wreath. Design one in the shape of Batman or another favorite superhero!

Source: Our Nerd Home

This eclectic Christmas wreath will breathe life and energy into your home or holiday party. Use colors and shapes that suit your personality.

Source: Positively Splendid

This fresh rosemary wreath has two functions: it’s simple to make and it smells divine.

Source: PrettyHandyGirl.com

Gather your favorite color ornaments. Next, form a circle that intermixes the colors throughout the wreath.

Source: Rae Gun Ramblings

Looks like Santa, doesn’t it? Color your pine cones with red paint, shape them in the form of St. Nick and add a belt buckle to make this jolly wreath.

Source: Scratch and Stitch

Want to get creative with your Christmas wreath this year? Try out a light bulb decoration, painted to just the color you want.

Source: Shannon Quimby

Dainty and elegant, this wreath can hang indoors or outdoors. Make it yourself out of boxwood and holly.

Source: The Beauty Dojo

Have some ribbon to spare? Use it to create a holiday wreath that will brighten up any room in your house.

Source: The Long Thread

Attention, music and book fans! Craft your own artistic masterpiece out of scripted ribbon and fun accent pieces.

Source: The Scrap Shoppe Blog

This simple, yet sharp wreath is made primarily from felt pieces. Create one of your own using fabric of any color.

Source: The Shabby Creek Cottage

Yum! Transform a favorite winter treat into a holiday wreath. Tie it together with a red and white ribbon.

Source: The Sweet Escape

Summon your creative spirit to make this DIY wreath. Use an evergreen base and add flair using red and white accents.

Source: Wait ‘Til Your Father Gets Home

Don’t throw your old fabric away! Fasten it together for a colorful wreath to adorn your mantle during the holidays.

Source: Wondermom Wannabe