DIY Friday - Create Your Own Wreath

Wreaths come in a variety of shapes, styles, and materials, and are the perfect thing to create for the holidays. Try one or more of these ideas for a fun and unique ideas to decorate a door, window, or over a mantel.

Cinnamon stick wreath
Drinking straw wreath
Pine Cone Wreath
Picture frame wreath
Mini Wreaths
Corn Husk Wreath
Burlap wreath
What kind of wreath do you have during the holidays?

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  1. That paper straw one is very original and eyecatching! I made a wreath from fabric scraps last year - need to take it out of the box and hang it up again :)

  2. Such creative ideas. The cinnamon stick wreath must smell amazing! The burlap looks so unique too.

  3. I don't have any wreaths. Back in WA my front door was so pretty with the carved scroll work in the wood and pretty windows that I didn't want to cover them up. Here, I just don't bother with it. Have you seen the Pinstrosity site which shows people's creations based upon Pinterest ideas? Some have been wreaths that went horribly awry. lol

  4. A drinking straw wreath, how unique! We have never hung a wreath before, but one of these years I am going to take one of the amazing wreath ideas that is on Pinterest and make my own.

  5. These are all lovely! I appreciate their simplicity. I think the cinnamon is my favorite. Thanks for the inspiration!

  6. www.catefneelywordpress.comDecember 4, 2012 at 7:49 AM

    I'm trying to finish a wreath using those cheap Mardi Gras beads that come in various sizes, shapes and colors. Would love to have it finished before my home holiday show this weekend but..... I am using two florists' circles wired to each other, and both wrapping the beads around, and wiring to, the circles.

    A fresh wreath hangs on our front door. But Washington, DC is experiencing some warm weather...


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