Combine white-dusted pine cones, acorns, walnuts, and birch twigs to make this wintery holiday wreath. Add red cranberries for a pop of color.
This ice wreath filled with cranberries and apples doubles as a bird feeder.
Santa will know to stop by your home when he sees his hat hanging from your front door — and the kids will love it.
This collection of crafted wreaths is a simple way to add a festive touch to your entryway or window.
Classic Colors: Paint select leaves of a magnolia wreath red, white, and green. Once dry, brush glue onto the tops of the white leaves and dust on glitter for added sparkle.
Snowcapped Village: To embellish a feathery wreath, make a couple of card stock houses and use pins to secure in the middle.
Bells and Bows: Update a boxwood wreath with a few jolly add-ons: Knot two 6" pieces of red ribbon, then wire a jingle bell to the center. Hot-glue a skewer to the back and use to push into place.
No one will worry if they've made it to the right door when you've displayed your family initial front and center.
Use ribbon in rich red hues to make this wreath even more festive, but the plaid is a beautiful complement to the deep red Poinsetta.
Get the tutorial at Lil' Luna.
What you'll need: Foam wreath ($11, .com); Plaid ribbon ($13, .com)
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Choose your own personal message, font, and letter size, then piece together a delightful holiday door sign that'll spread joy to all.
Felt gets a royal transformation when it's spiraled and coiled into a stunning array of rosettes in this ring of roses wreath. Follow this holiday color palette, or create your own, playing with various shades of green and red.
What you'll need: Yarn ($7, .com)
If you're looking for a simple country look, this rustic red burlap DIY wreath is a great choice.
Greet guests with magical decor!
1. Nest a 14" embroidery hoop inside an 18" one and attach with strong tape at the clasps.
2. Cover the tape with a loop of wide ribbon (you'll use it for hanging later).
3. Secure faux greenery, white berries and glittery ornaments along the bottom of the hoops with thin green floral wire.
4. Create the fairy door from an 8" x 4" piece of balsa wood: First, trace an upside-down cereal bowl to make a rounded top, cut out with scissors, and use a brown pen and a ruler to draw vertical lines for wood slats. Punch a metal paper fastener through the wood for a doorknob and hot-glue miniature hinges on the opposite side.
5. Attach twine or thin rope around the outside of the door, then use hot glue to secure it to the inner hoop.
What you'll need: Green floral wire ($6, .com)
Hoop wreaths all all the rage. If you have modern decor tastes, this design will fit right into your home.
This straw-burst wreath looks exactly like candy canes, only without the sticky mess. Craft red and white paper straws into a wreath to add a statement to your front door.
What you'll need: Paper straws ($9, .com)
Shimmery and gold, this stunning angel wreath will send peaceful messages to all entering and leaving your home.
To turn store-bought bows into a jolly wreath, first attach a loop of floral wire (for hanging) around a 16" Styrofoam wreath form. Then, hot-glue gift bows to the front and sides of the form. Keep it festive with a classic red-and-white combo or mix in powder blue for a wintry look.
What you'll need: Plastic bows ($9, .com)
This gingerbread wreath strings together five gingerbread houses with cute snowmen and festive trees for a unique decoration.
Looking to make a statement? Opt for this dazzling wreath made with folded and twisted coffee filters that are lightly coated with red acrylic paint.
What you'll need: Coffee filters ($6, .com)
Red is the most festive color of the holiday season — bask in the merry hue with this simple yet stately wreath made from knotted wide grosgrain ribbon.
What you'll need: Red ribbon ($7, .com)
Who says red and green are the only festive colors this time of year? Play with purple this Christmas by weaving it into a traditional fir-trimmed wreath.
Wrap boxes and mix them up with decorative ornaments to make this colorful accessory that will brighten up any home, whether you display it indoors or out.
Set a sprightly tone with this high-impact wreath crafted from none other than a sweet seasonal favorite: peppermint candies!
If you thought wreaths can only be round, think again. Try this super-easy frame wreath, using some leftover ornaments you have may have lying around the house.
Get the tutorial at Artsy Chicks Rule.
Chances are you've built quite the mason jar collection by now. Put those extra lids to some good use and make this adorable mason jar wreath.
Get the tutorial at Kristen Duke Photography.
Remake Poinsettias, the fleur du jour during the holidays, by wrapping the silk flowers into a wreath and hanging it around the house.
Add a rainbow of colorful ornaments to a pine needle wreath to really spread the Christmas cheer with this delightful wreath.
Get the tutorial at Inspired by Charm.
Pay homage to good ol' St. Nick with this simple wreath, made from items you can get at the dollar store.
Get the tutorial at Baby Rabies.
Believe it or not, putting this beauty together is a lot easier than it looks! All you need is a 12 inch metal frame, spray paint, plastic snowflakes, and a beaded ornament and you're golden!
Get the tutorial at Laura's Crafty Life.
Attach handmade red, white, and grey pompoms to a styrofoam wreath and add scattered shiny beads for a small pop of decor.
Get the tutorial at Vitamini Handmade.
Light up the holidays with Christmas ornaments and a string of lights. Wire lights on the outside edge of a wire wreath form for a playful creation — all for under the cost of $30!
Get the tutorial at Handmaker of Things.
This square-shaped wreath will be unlike any of the others you'll see in your neighborhood — guaranteed! Put it together with branches, evergreen cuttings, and berries for a unique look.
Get the tutorial at An Extraordinary Day.
Make a standout wreath by attaching ornaments in one shade. When the different textures come together, your whole door will be shining!
Get the tutorial at Decorchick.