Ready to Make a Fabulous Wreath?
Here are some Christmas wreath decorating ideas to help you make a beautiful wreath for the holidays. Whether you want to make a traditional wreath, or a fun and whimsical wreath, you have stopped by the right place!
This is a twig wreath. You will find it located in the same aisle as the grapevine wreaths.
Take your Christmas greenery sprigs, and cut off some small branches. Hot glue them around the middle of your twig wreath like shown.
I love this floral, but I did not use the red berries. What I liked about this floral stem was the frosted pine sprigs.
Trim the floral stems into smaller pieces and hot glue them under the darker greenery that you just added. It is okay if it sticks out longer than the twig wreath.
Next, hot glue some small pine cones in the center of your wreath.
Now you are ready to add the little red berries. Pull them apart, and glue them sparsely onto your wreath.
To finish off your wreath, make a burlap bow and tie it onto the top of your wreath. Make sure to cut your bow tails at an angle. Beautiful!
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These colors may not be your tradition holiday colors, but they just make me smile! All of the ornaments are shatter-proof.
Whimsical Wreath Make Me Happy!
To make this wreath, you will need a sock monkey, colored ornaments, matching ribbon, colorful sprigs, and a unfinished wood letter you can paint.
Make sure all of your wreath accessories go together. Keep the colors similar.
Attach your sock monkey with thin floral wire. Attach him in more than one spot on his little body to hold him secure to the wreath. I attached my little monkey at the neck, and waist. No animals were harmed during this procedure.
This ribbon is so fun! I love how it looks great on both sides! Make a simple loop bow for your wreath.
Using hot glue gun add your ornaments in sets of three.
For even more whimsy and character, I add a painted wood letter. I painted it red with acrylic paint. To make a perfect circle dip a pencil eraser or a small hot glue stick into the paint, then dab onto your letter.
Just a touch of elegance…
This wreath too absolutely NO TIME to make! Promise. Check out the video below and learn how I made this wreath in under 30 minutes.