I don’t know about you, but when it comes to decorating for the holiday season, I’m usually looking for something cheap and simple but still festive. Our house always plays host to both Thanksgiving AND Christmas dinners, so every year it seems like before I’ve even gotten the last of the cranberry sauce out of my tablecloth it’s time to start cooking the holiday ham. Between the cookie-baking and the present-wrapping, I hardly ever have time to think too hard about how to decorate the house! Luckily, I’ve found that a little cheer can go a long way. A DIY wreath is super easy to put together and does a lot to add a festive feel to my regular home decor. It’s low-stress and low-budget – perfect for the holidays!
If you’ve got a lot to focus on this December, I’ve gathered up 6 easy DIY wreath patterns to help save your holidays. A lot of them are even no-sew, so there’s really no work required – just throw one together for your front door and you’re ready to go! You can also use them to decorate your mantle or add an unexpected pop of color to your table by using one as a centerpiece. Get started now and you’ll be finished before the weekend – leaving you plenty of time to think about other things!
Winter Wreaths: 6 DIY Wreaths for the Holidays
Spirit of Christmas Fabric Wreath – You can whip up this Christmas wreath with leftover scraps of holiday fabric.
Easy Plush Wreath – A cute wreath that’s easy enough for even a beginner to create!
DIY Slipcover Wreath – This versatile wreath has a slipcover that can be changed from season to season for hassle-free decorating.
Winter Floral Wreath – Elegant fabric flowers get a winter-white upgrade in this DIY wreath!
Magical Lights Tulle Wreath – Bring the magic of the holiday season into your home with this twinkling wreath.
What’s your favorite way to decorate for the holidays?
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