If you know me, you know I like my turkey dinner next to my twinkling Christmas tree. I start my decorating and Christmas crafting in November to avoid rushing and to have ample time to enjoy it.
One of my favorite Christmas crafts is wreaths! They are so fun to make and there are so many creative ideas to try or be inspired from!
So today I’m sharing some of my favorite DIY Christmas Wreaths You Will Love.
After taking a look at these Christmas wreaths, I know you will be ready to get your Christmas crafting on.
Everyone needs a cute wreath for the front door, for over the mantle, to hang by the back door… you get the idea. One can never have too many wreaths, can they?
There are SO MANY awesome Christmas wreaths, y’all.
I would be here all day sharing them with you and I still wouldn’t get through them all.
Which were your favorites from today? I sure love that adorable winter gnome.
Thanks for joining us, friends!
We will see you back here next Friday for more Christmas inspiration!
Can you believe that Halloween is next week already?! Holy cow, I am so not prepared at all so I better get on the candy buying and last minute costume prep!
Even though October is coming to a close, there is still plenty of time to create a fall wreath to display for the month of November.
I love creating wreaths and for some reason, I love to make fall wreaths! I have made so many fall wreaths through the years that I have a hard time deciding which to pull out and use in my decor every year.
Today, I have gathered up some fantastic fall wreaths that you can create yourself to add a special touch to your front door or some where on the inside of your home.
There are so many different ways you can create a wreath using so many
different materials that you can create the perfect look for your home.
Check out all of these fantastic wreaths to find some inspiration to create your own.
Aren’t those all wonderful?!
Which one has inspired you to get creative?!
Be sure to come back next month when we begin discussing Christmas!! 🙂
I can’t believe Halloween is just around the corner!
Hi all – it’s Bev from Flamingo Toes here today and I’ve gathered up some of my favorite Spooky and Fun Halloween Wreaths to get your door all ready for trick or treaters!
Let’s check them all out!
Aren’t they all so great?!
Which one is your favorite?
See you next week when we start our holiday gift guides!
is fitting that this wreath is more of the farmhouse style and goes with our stained door nicely.
- Square wire wreath form
- Olive Green Burlap Ribbon
- Pipe cleaners
- Patriotic ribbons or ribbon of your choice
- Cardboard Pendent or cardboard cutout in the shape of home plate
- Acrylic Paints in red, white and blue
- Computer and Printer to create the sign
- X-ACTO Knife
- Hot Glue Gun and glue sticks
I kept it simple and and I am really happy with how it turned out.
-Red, White, and Blue Berry picks (found in the floral section of Hobby Lobby and used 4 picks)
-Hot Glue Gun
I began by separating the picks into individual sticks and glued them to on side of the wreath form.
I then left a slight gap at the bottom where there are no berries where the bow will go, and went up the other side of the wreath.
All the picks face up the wreath.
Continue gluing the picks into the wreath filling in any areas you feel there is a gap until all the picks are used.
Next, take the ends of the picks and tuck and weave them into the wreath and around the other picks.
I didn’t need to use any glue but if you have one that just won’t stay in place, feel free to glue it. down.
All tucked and looking much better!
I bought this wired ribbon and created a bow and tied it to the bottom area of the wreath that I left open.
And that’s it!
So simple and I can use it for a longer period of time.
You could always add more embellishments to it if you’d like but I just liked the simplicity of it as is.