15 Holiday Wreaths Anyone Can Make

15 Holiday Wreaths Anyone Can Make

2018-12-17T13:50:01+00:00By |Crafts|0 Comments

Whether you like a wreath to hang on your door, your wall, or to eat – these 15 holiday wreaths are suitable for anyone to make.

Holiday wreaths just about anyone can make to brighten up their homes

I love wreaths, but as I look around my house, I realize I have none for the Christmas season. I’ve got a 4th of July wreath, even a Valentines and St. Patricks Day Wreath – but somehow the Christmas season got left out of my wreath making hobby. This year I intend to fix that.

With the help of Julie Blanner, I may even create a live wreath and garland with her tips on How to Keep Live Christmas Wreaths and Garlands Fresh.

Holiday Wreaths

These wreaths are your traditional, festive wreaths. You can hang them on your front door to welcome guests, on a gallery wall to add a little festive spirit, or even hang some on your tree for that over the top enjoyment. With the step by step instructions and video formatted how-to’s we can all have a holiday wreath that fits our homes.

Snowy Christmas Wreath from An Alli Event

Easy Fleece Wreath from Wondermom Wannabe

Christmas Embroidery Hoop Wreath with Wood Slices from Lydi Out Loud

Slinky Christmas Wreath Ornament from The Typical Mom

Easy DIY Ornament Wreath from The Happier HomeMaker

Nature Christmas Wreath from Red Ted Art

Paper Plate Wreaths for Kids

My kids absolutely love being involved in crafting. If it even looks like I might start making something, they want to help. For the wreaths that aren’t as kid friendly, these are the perfect wreaths for your sweet ones to create next to you. Hang them somewhere with pride, because isn’t this what the holidays are really about?

Paper Plate Christmas Wreath from I Heart Crafty Things

Handprint Wreath from The Best Ideas for Kids

Nightmare Before Christmas Wreath from Red Ted Art

Holiday Wreaths for Eating

Perhaps you don’t love wreaths hanging, or you live in somewhere that hanging wreaths just doesn’t work, or maybe you have little storage space for a holiday wreath. Maybe, you just really love wreaths and need them everywhere, including your food. If any of these fit you, well, I took care of that too! How cute and delicious are these wreath treats?!

Holiday Wreath Spice Bundt Cake from A Day In Motherhood

No Bake Christmas Wreath Cookies from Living Sweet Moments

Christmas Wreath Cupcakes from My Heavenly Recipes

Peanut Butter and Chocolate Wreath Cookies from About A Mom

White Chocolate Oreo Wreath Cookies from Saving Our Money

Five Minute Fudge Wreath from Tidy Mom

 

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