I love to have a new wreath for each season. Usually, I don’t want to use the same one from Christmas all through winter (although many times you can). I like to change things up so here are 23 DIY Winter Wreath Ideas to inspire you to hang something new and fun on your front door.
I love making wreaths. There is something so satisfying about creating something out of nothing and if you have some basic supplies you can really create something special.
The front door is a great place to change up your decor for different seasons and holidays. Your guests will notice, so will your neighbors.
So I reached out to all my friends and I will bring you my DIY winter wreath as well as all of theirs to show you all the amazing things you can do.
What do you put in a winter wreath?
What is great about the answer to this question is that what you put in it is totally up to you! You can take your quest from Mother Nature and use some things that you would find in nature this time of year.
You can also upcycle things like old blankets, sweaters, or scarves and use them. The possibilities are as endless as your imagination.
Where do you hang a winter wreath?
The obvious place is on your front door but there are so many other places you can hang a wreath. I love to hang them on the inside of a door, especially if it’s a flat panel door.
I love hanging wreaths on mirrors and metal scrollwork too. I also hang a winter wreath on this inside of my downstairs sliding glass door. The view in winter isn’t always as pretty so I hang a wreath to give us something pretty to look at.
A quick fix to winterize your magnolia wreaths! Just add some frosted sprigs or raw cotton. If you are not a fan of raw cotton, you can still add some winter sparkle along with magnolia leaves for a simple yet dramatic DIY magnolia wreath.
Today we’re going to learn how to make an easy DIY chunky yarn wreath. This is one of the easiest and quickest chunky yarn wreath projects I’ve ever made and it’s so warm and cozy looking. I love to display this wreath during the winter months.
My colorful glitter snowflake wreath that I made back in 2013 is one of my favorite winter craft projects, but after 7 years of use it wasn’t looking it’s best any longer. Since I still love the wreath, I decided to revisit this project and make another version. My second glitter snowflake wreath is just as cute and fun. It was also simple and completely free to make!
Here we are in early February, and I am hanging on dearly to our three Christmas Wreath Traditions on the front door of our home here in Maine! With a little tweaking of the bows and the addition of an old pair of ice skates, these old Christmas wreaths are going to be turned into Valentine’s Day Wreaths!
If you love natural elements. This bleached pine cone wreath has a unique and natural look. The patina on the pinecones from the bleach gives the wreath a modern flair. Bring natural beauty to your home with this easy wreath tutorial.