Your Holiday decor isn’t complete without a DIY Christmas wreath to hang on your front door to welcome your guests (and the carol singers).
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There’s something about a gorgeous wreath hanging on your front door that makes your home feel festive for the holidays.
This weekend why not spend some self care time crafting and getting in the Holiday spirit!
I’ve rounded up 20 GORGEOUS DIY Christmas wreaths to inspire you.
From pompoms and magnolia leaves to felt and crochet there is a craft and style here to suit all tastes and skill levels!
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I love me a fun pompom craft so I had to include this sweet Christmas wreath! It's easy to make and inexpensive too as you can use up your yarn stash!
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For a more delicate and modern looking wreath take a look at this dried flowers project. I love the colour combination.
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Oh how clever is this! Look at those sweet little Christmas trees in the middle of the wreath. Would you have guessed that they were made from bottle brushes? Genius!
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If you love to use natural materials to decorate your home for the Holidays take a look at this beautiful pinecone wreath. I love the idea of painting the pinecones to match your Christmas colour scheme.
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Oh this wreath is so pretty and I love the addition of that gold reindeer, he looks so majestic!
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Here's a unique idea for a Christmas wreath, made from sweet little packages! I think this one would need to be hung indoors though, perhaps on a door or on a mirror.
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This wreath is wrapped in leather and looks really smart and modern. You can see how easy it is to dress it up for Christmas with some greenery and a pretty bow. But the best part about this wreath is you can then strip off the Christmas elements and use it to decorate your door for all the other holidays in the year.
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If you have a farmhouse Fixer Upper theme going on with this year's Christmas decor take a look at this cute deer antler wreath!
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Bring JOY to your front door with this fabulous modern DIY!
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Here's another twist on the painted pinecones. This time they look like flowers! This is such a pretty wreath, I think it's the one I'm going to make for my own front door!
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If you're looking for a really simple but striking wreath to hang on your door try this felt leaf project.
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Or how about this bohemian style with peacock feathers and embossed velvet leaves.
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Oh I couldn't resist another pompom project! So many pompoms crammed into this fabulous wreath. You could leave it up all year round!
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Wow! These floral wreathes are just beautiful and they are huge - since they're made out of hula hoops! The perfect way to make a feature of your wall this Christmas.
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What do you do when you get the Holiday boxes down from the attic and realise you bought way too many baubles last year in the post Christmas sale? You turn them into a gorgeous wreath like this one!
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And here's a cute idea for the crocheters among you! I love all the different sizes peppermint candies on this wreath.
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Here's another farmhouse style wreath, this time with some fabulous wood slices spelling out NOEL.
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Sweet! I love those little mushrooms (or toadstools) in this snowy Christmas wreath.
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Wow! This magnolia wreath is stunning! And inexpensive to make too since you just need to go out and collect some magnolia leaves.
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And here's another simple foliage wreath that you can personalize using your favorite photos of the year