Over the years, I have seen so many lovely holiday wreaths created. You can really let your personal holiday style really shine. Whether you’re traditional, retro, or colorful, you’ll be able to create a wreath to welcome your holiday guests to your home.
This adorable snowy wreath reminds me of those Christmas Villages everyone has, but little enough to adorn your door! In addition to being perfect for Christmas, you can leave this wreath up throughout winter!
We love making wreaths for all the seasons. You can get pretty creative when making wreaths with kids and use a variety of household and crafts materials to make some unique seasonal decor. Here are some of my favorites.
Dip Dyed Craft Sticks create a beautiful sunburst effect which is fun to make and guaranteed to brighten any door this season. This would also work well for making a sunburst mirror for the kids’ room.
Create a pretty Valentine’s Day decoration with an unlikely craft supply–coffee filters. Dye the coffee filters to your favorite color, and create this heart that appears to be made out of roses. This heart couldn’t be sweeter!
Here’s a simple, but pretty wreath to help you make the transition between Christmas and spring–this pinecone wreath with its pale tones says “winter,” without looking like you forgot to take down your Christmas wreath.
I spent a few days in Alaska last month and was lucky enough to experience the beauty of freshly fallen snow while I was there. I was a little sad when I came home to rainy Portland. I decided to make myself a pretty wreath, inspired by the gorgeous white of a fresh snowfall to help cheer me up.