Christmas Wreaths to Welcome Everyone Home for the Holidays

Cotton Wreath

This wreath is simple yet so gorgeous. The textured white cotton piping, leather hook, and sprig of greenery make the design a fun mixture of rustic and modern.

Rainbow Tree Wreath

Let’s say that traditional Christmas colors just aren’t your thing. That’s cool, because instead, you can make this amazing technicolor wreath, punctuated with adorable bottlebrush trees for holiday flair.

Cookie Cutter Wreath

Turn your leftover cookie cutters into a metallic wreath! Use green or red ribbon to connect the pieces and brighten the wreath with a pop of Christmas color.

Felt Poinsettia Christmas Wreath

Poinsettias are the unofficial houseplant of Christmas, so why not give a nod to those brilliant red flowers with felt wreath? Top it off with an oversized red satin bow for added pizazz.

Holly Berry Ribbon Christmas Wreath

Deck the halls—and the doors—with boughs of holly! It's easy to craft this cheerful wreath using striped ribbon and styrofoam balls covered in red glitter.

Pom-Pom Ball Wreath

Jazz up a plain pine wreath by adorning it with colorful handmade pom-poms.

Bottle Brush Tree Christmas Wreath

Depict an entire wintry scene on your Christmas wreath. Use bottle brush trees and a cute vintage car to spruce up a gold hoop.

Disco Christmas Ball Wreath

Mini disco balls and feathered flamingos add unexpected glitz and glamour to this unique holiday wreath. You'll definitely want to keep it up through New Year's Day!

Frosted Winter Wreath

Frosted pine cones and berries create a snowy wonderland right on your front door.

Citrus and Pine Cone Wreath

Oranges are at their very best this time of year, and they offer spirited bursts of color. Can you imagine how good your kitchen will smell as you make this wreath?

Christmas Wreaths

This is the ultimate wreath for vino fans! A red holiday bow fastens the structure to a door or wall and spruces up the neutral cork color. It’s a pretty wreath for any room but is especially fitting for a kitchen!

Wintery Bell Wreath

Bells are such a classic symbol of Christmas. Pair them with a pine wreath and a vintage-looking ribbon to create this look.

Pinecone Wreath

Between the pine cones, greenery, and twinkling lights, this wreath will instantly inspire some holiday spirit—and maybe a little love for the winter season too!

Patterned Pom-Pom Wreath

Nothing looks more cheerful than this wreath, which is fully decked out in pom-poms of different colors and patterns.

Painted Pine Cone Wreath

Add pops of color and hints of gold to painted pine cones to easily enhance an evergreen wreath.

Coffee Filter Wreath

Believe it or not, this white wreath is made out of dozens of coffee filters! It'll look glamorous hanging in your home.

Starburst Wreath

For a retro vibe, try your hand at this starburst wreath. It's entirely handcrafted, so you'll be proud to show it off!

Greenery and Candle Hoop Wreath

You set out candles in your windows for the holidays, so it makes sense to add one to your front door wreath as well. (Don't worry—it's battery operated!)

Embroidery Hoop Wreath

Embroidery hoops are amazing for wreath-making. Try making this one with its oblong shape and sweet “Believe” message.

Evergreen Wreath

Save some money this year by repurposing the trimmings from your Christmas tree. When secured to a grapevine wreath, they make a beautiful, classic display.

Giant Evergreen Wreath

Ree is a fan of real Christmas trees, so try your hand at a real-deal wreath too! This oversized evergreen one is perfect to hang on a country fence or the side of a barn.


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