You can make a snowman wreath for your door this winter. I always struggle with decorating in that awkward time between Christmas and spring. What type of wreath do I add to the front door? I thought this snowman wreath was perfect for that time. It would work for Christmas as well actually so next year you can hang this one up after Halloween or Thanksgiving and leave it up for months. That is my kind of decor! This one was originally posted over at Crafts Unleashed where I am a paid contributor but I am posting it here in case you missed it.
Make this DIY candy cane wreath from burlap for your holiday decor. Christmas will just not be complete without this adorable candy cane. Hang it on your door on in your home for a cute addition to the holiday. I used burlap to give this project a fun farmhouse style spin. Don’t love the burlap? Try deco mesh instead!
Who is ready to start making Thanksgiving wreaths? You can make this turkey wreath in a few minutes with minimal supplies. I have a thing for bandannas and using them to make a wreath is so simple! Tie them on for turkey feathers then add a few more pieces to finish off your wreath and hang on your door.
Are you ready to see how to make an adorable scarecrow wreath? I am partnering with OLIKA today to share some recycling ideas for their Birdie hand sanitizer. All projects and opinions are my own however. I also came up with a cute recycled Christmas ornament idea for y’all as well. So whichever way you want to recycle your empty Birdie container, I have all of the details below.
It is that time of year! See our ideas for fall door wreaths below and pick one to make for your front door. Which of these ideas will you use in your home? I am sure with ten gorgeous wreath ideas, you are sure to find one that fits your style. Get crafty and make a wreath that is the perfect addition to your autumn home.
You can make a wheat wreath for fall that is perfect for your home in just minutes. How? I will show you below! I am lucky enough to live on a farm and had acres of this gorgeous wheat. Once it was ready, I was sure to grab a bunch before it was gone. You might look for wheat at a farm near you for this project. You can definitely make this one inexpensively if you can get the wheat from a local source.
Are you ready to learn how to make burlap flowers? This quick and easy project is perfect for hanging on your walls or even adding to a door as a wreath. I used brown burlap for the petals and a colorful teal for the center. You can change up those colors to be anything that you like however. Make a sunflower or even a daisy!
This DIY burlap wreath is so easy to make! You will love the beach theme for summer as well. Add this to your front door or your home decor. Have a beach house? Even better! Make this simple wreath that looks like a life preserver to decorate.
You can make this patriotic wreath from bandannas with just two supplies and in just 15 minutes. That is right! It is time for Craft Lightning again where we post 15 minute crafts all week. This week is patriotic week so you will get tons of ideas for Memorial Day, 4th of July, and more. Be sure to scroll to the bottom of this post and see the inspiration from our bloggers for this series. For now, we are making a wreath!
A flower wreath is perfect for your door this spring. Make it from burlap and it will fit right in with any rustic farmhouse style. I wanted something for my door that would last through a few seasons and also reflect a rustic style. Burlap to the rescue! I made this easy to make wreath that you can make as well! Grab your supplies and make this for your door or to hang on the wall in your home.