It’s Winter and you need a new Winter Wreath for your front door, but what to do? Today I am going to share with you the easiest DIY Winter Wreath you can do to spruce up your entryway.
In this photo, you can see my whole front porch and part of my entry through the window. My daughter’s coat hangs there, waiting for her to come home from college!
What I want you to notice in this photo though is 1) it’s snowing so this is definitely a winter wreath and 2) the pattern in both the pillows and ribbon on the wreath.
Buffalo check is a go-to pattern for Modern Farmhouse style. For this wreath’s bow, I made it myself from ribbon I picked up from Michaels.
This is my go-to bow maker that I purchased about 20 years ago. Mine isn’t quite as nice, it’s definitely gotten better since the olden days. But it looks almost exactly like this one you can get from Amazon.
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Sherwin Williams Urbane Bronze Stats
To understand a color you need to know what makes it that color. Here are the vitals on Urbane Bronze:
- Hex Value: #54504A
- Red: 84
- Green: 80
- Blue: 74
- Color Collections: Color ID (Minimalist), Colormix Forecast 2021 (Sanctuary), Colormix Forecast 2022 (Method), Rejuvenation (Fall/Winter), Colormix Forecast 2023 (Biome), Gallery Series, Top Interior Colors, Top Exterior Colors
- Color Family(s): Neutral
Here is what Sherwin Williams has to say about Urbane Bronze:
Rooted in nature, this brownish gray evokes a down-to-earth tranquility and a subtle sophistication that is hard to beat.Sherwin Williams
How to Make the Wreath
- Wire cutters
- Grapevine Wreath
- Floral Wire
The main part of the wreath is made from two materials, sprigs of winter greens from Michaels and a large grapevine wreath.
Here are some you can pick up from Amazon:
Make sure whatever evergreen sprigs you choose you don’t get anything with red berries in them. It gives too much of a nod towards Christmas. Unless you want this wreath for Christmas then go for it!
Yep, that’s it! All you need are wire cutters to trim the stems of the sprigs you bought.
Now you can also use real evergreens which would be really nice too!
Steps to Make your DIY Winter Wreath
Cut down the sprigs and stick the ends of the stems into the grapevine wreath. Push them down in so they are secure.
If you cannot secure them into the wreath you might have to use a little bit of wire to make them stay. I didn’t have to do that.
Once the sprigs are secure fluff out the evergreens how you want them. The wreath can be as big or small as you like.
Here is the final product!
Other DIY Wreath posts:
- Easy DIY Hydrangea Wreath
- A Valentines Wreath for a Special Holiday
- How to Make a Coffee Filter Wreath
I hope you feel like you can do this easy DIY Winter Wreath. I found it super simple and love the look it adds to my entry this Winter.
As a licensed Real Estate Agent and an avid home decorator, I strive to give my clients the very best I can when it comes to staging, selling, and decorating their homes. I have lots of experience with paint color choices and love to DIY my home so I can have everything just the way I want it. I share my ideas and projects with the world in the hopes that I can help others have their homes just the way they want as well.