Create a Warm Welcome With These 5 Easy DIY Holiday Wreath Ideas

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These festive DIY holiday wreath ideas will give your family and guests the merriest welcome. Plus, you can hang them up all year!

The holiday season is the time to fill every corner of your home with a dose of holiday cheer. Yes, starting from your front door! It’s as important as decorating your living room and dining table. After all, nothing says a warm “welcome” in your homes like a fancy and festive DIY holiday wreath. They are cheap and cheerful, and fun-to-make! Plus, they are cute enough to hang all year. Don’t worry because it’s easier to make than you might think.

So take out your craft box and a large dose of holiday spirit because we’re going to help you make a memorable entrance with these DIY holiday wreath ideas!

DIY Holiday Wreath Supplies

To make a holiday wreath you will need the following materials and tools.

For attaching materials to your wreath:

  • Craft glue
  • Floral pins and straight pins in different sizes
  • Floral tape in different colors
  • Floral wire or other wire, such as brass or copper
  • Twine
  • Work gloves

For shaping greenery:

  • Miniature snips or pruning shears or wire snips
  • Needle-nose pliers

To hang your wreath:

  • Fishing line
  • Hanging hardware, such as d rings or picture hooks
  • Raffia and ribbon

DIY Craft Ring Wreath

A craft ring wreath is an easy DIY holiday wreath by using a circular cardboard base that’s thin yet sturdy. Start by spraying paint it in a color of your choice. Using a glue gun, stick the lightweight decorations to the craft ring’s front.

DIY Grapevine Wreath

One of the most popular DIY holiday wreaths that you are seeing everywhere on Instagram and Pinterest. It’s made of entwined bundles of twigs and sometimes decorated with caspia, eucalyptus pods, juniper sprigs, or snowberries. Simply cluster them into bunches and attach them to the base of the wreath with wire.

DIY Straw Wreath

Another easy DIY holiday wreath is this creative straw wreath. It’s made with hay or padded natural straw to create a full, rounded base that can hold different materials, such as clamshells, dried flowers, or leaves. However, it’s also beautiful to hang it on its own.

If you want to take your straw wreath to the next level this holiday season, use floral pins to attach decorations to the straw wreath’s surface. Continue to do this until the whole frame is covered.

DIY Styrofoam Wreath

Similar to a craft ring wreath, a Styrofoam wreath is lightweight, but with a smooth rounded form. It can be covered with fabric, ribbon, yarn, or any other material. To make a Styrofoam wreath, start by covering the foam with fabric, ribbon, yarn, or spray paint with the color of your choice. Use straight pins to attach the decorations. Repeat this step until the form is covered. Make sure to pin it as close together as you can. You can use smaller ornaments to fill in gaps.

DIY Wire Wreath

Our favorite DIY holiday wreath is the wire wreath. Aside from it’s the most versatile support for wreaths, they’re also strong enough for heavy materials, like citrus fruits and evergreen boughs. Use a single-wire frame if you want a minimalist style wreath, use a double-wire frame for a lush-looking wreath.

The process of making a wire wreath is simple. Lay a small bundle of leaves on the form, and wrap the floral wire tightly around the stems three times. Do not cut the wire because you’ll be adding another bundle of leaves, overlapping the previous one by half. Then, wrap floral wire around the stems. Continue this process until you reach the starting point. Hide the under the form, and secure the leaves with a knot, then cut using wire cutters. Make sure to leave a few extra inches before cutting the end.

Finally, display your DIY holiday wreath with a fish line or sturdy ribbon. Learn more interior design tips and ideas on Omysa’s Design blog. Happy decorating!

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