DIY (EASY) Holiday Wreaths
‘Tis the season to be crafty, but if you are not exactly the next Martha Stewart, you may be looking for some easy (and eco-friendly) ways to add a little holiday charm to your front door. Here are some fun and simple wreaths for you to try:
Ornament Wreath via Happier Homemaker
While the directions from HappierHomemaker.com have you purchasing ornaments in bulk, you can actually use old ornaments (we all have those on hand) to create this surprisingly easy decorative wreath. You begin by hot gluing larger ornaments to the outside edge of a straw form wreath, slowly layering the ornaments until the wreath is covered.
Burlap Bubble Wreath via Craftaholics Anonymous
We love the look of a burlap wreath with its neutral tones—allowing us to add simple embellishments that change the whole look to match the season. This burlap bubble wreath takes just 15 minutes to make and you only need a few supplies: Roll of burlap ribbon, wire wreath, scissors and flowers to embellish (we suggest poinsettias!).
Plastic Bag Holiday Wreath via PopSugar
Need to clean out all those plastic bags you’ve been saving under the sink? Upcycle them into this beauty of a holiday wreath made from 20 white plastic bags, scissors and a 12-inch metal wreath frame.
Holiday Card Wreath via Martha Stewart
The miniature wooden clothespins make this wreath not only easy to create, but easy to change. You can add to it as you get more cards throughout the holiday season. Want to use it after the holidays are over? Trade the holiday cards for family photos.
Scrap Fabric Holiday Wreath via Inhabitat
A collection of small pieces of fabric (think table cloths, placements, pillow cases) combined with broken holiday decorations (think of those holly branches that fell off of your centerpiece) make this wreath a great addition to your home décor.
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