With a DIY door wreath you will definitely get into the Christmas mood
Shortly before the 1st Advent, the Christmas mood can be felt everywhere, both on the street and at home. It is the same with us in the office. Today we would like to give our festive decoration the finishing touch. And in this case the “crown” would be a self-made door wreath that welcomes our guests lovingly.
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Traditional Christmas wreaths usually consist of evergreen branches, natural materials such as rowan berries and pine cones and a red bow as an accent. If your rest of the Christmas decorations are classic, then take this idea and make a traditional door wreath. However, we would be happy to show you many alternatives on how to make an original Christmas wreath yourself. Let yourself be inspired by the following examples and enjoy the creative process. How to get into the Christmas spirit …
Garlands and Christmas balls in combination
You can also make a Christmas door wreath in the traditional Christmas colors red, green and white from garlands and shiny balls. Or another option would be to drape a wreath of red fabric and then decorate it with artificial flowers and any decorative items.
Do-it-yourself Christmas door wreath
Sewing Christmas decorations – decorative hearts, stars and etc.
For advanced hobbyists we have the following 3 examples ready. Sew small white-red ones yourself Stoffherzenthat you use to decorate your Christmas wreath. You can tie this from leafless or evergreen branches. A magnificent or a subtle decoration – you determine the style yourself.
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Stars and other DIY items accompany the cute fabric hearts
A patchwork idea: residues sewn together with a zigzag stitch and decorated with buttons
Colorful felt balls
You can easily implement the following craft ideas. For this you need numerous colorful felt balls and a styrofoam ring. Then glue the balls around the ring until you get the desired result.
The Christmas wreath with a difference
Use old buttons and stick them to a wooden board in the shape of a fir tree. Who said that the Christmas wreath should always be round ?!
O Christmas Tree…
Another Christmas symbol. What would Christmas be without the white and red candy canes? Certainly not so cute. Integrate the traditional sweets into the door wreath decoration.
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Door wreath in an unusual shape
As I said, we don't want to set any limits for you. Make your Christmas wreath playful and imaginative.
Shape a horse's head from evergreen branches
Below we present 3 bold ideas from different bloggers that we particularly like. These Christmas wreaths are very refined and stylish, matching a minimalist Christmas decoration in the Scandinavian style.
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Wreath of Made from scratch
Star frame discreetly decorated and hung on the door – more info on My Sweet Things
Luminous accent – fairy lights in use
Fairy lights make the beautiful Christmas wreaths glow in the dark, and for this reason they are a very practical addition.
It's already Christmas!
Crafts with natural materials
Draw inspiration from nature! We want to encourage you to make a Christmas wreath entirely from natural materials.
Perfectly arranged in pine cones, apples and hazelnuts
Dried fruits and cinnamon sticks
Creative craft ideas with picture frames
Please do not throw away old picture frames! These are perfect for a Christmas door wreath. Decorated with Christmas balls and a festive bow, this rectangular door wreath will put a smile on your guests' faces.
So you can also make a door wreath
DIY wreaths from Christmas balls
This DIY idea with Christmas balls and garlands in between is also a great way to festively decorate your front door for Christmas.
Nice Christmas decoration with glitter effect
Christmas door wreaths in a rustic style
But if you are not a fan of the somewhat kitschy glitter effects, then we have some rustic ideas for you.
The natural grain of the wooden door and the rustic Christmas wreath go perfectly together
We have two exceptional ideas for advanced hobbyists who want to fully exploit the potential of paper as a material.
Cut out countless cardboard sheets in various shades of green and arrange them in a circle and stick them on. Then decorate the wreath with artificial red berries and hang it with a ribbon on the front door.
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DIY projects with light bulbs and other everyday objects
Perhaps you have already convinced yourself that a Christmas wreath can be made from any material. Light bulbs and clothespins are also part of it …
Christmas DIY projects with colorful lightbulbs
Color thematic clothespins in white-red
Yarn and felt
For the following DIY project you need a styrofoam ring around which you wrap the yarn and then with homemade felt flowers decorate.
Creative craft ideas with yarn and felt
Yarn balls instead of Christmas balls
Small red accents
Red is the Christmas color par excellence. As a main or accent color, it should not be missing at Christmas.
Red Christmas balls …
… or would you prefer to use red berries?
Continue folding paper …
Origami Christmas wreaths are very popular. It is worth learning a few simple folding techniques.
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Lots of loops
The more bows and ribbons, the more magnificent the Christmas decoration.
The red and white color combination can never be boring
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HO-HO-HO! Santa Claus is here!
In the same color as the front door
And finally, we have a clever Christmas decorating idea for you. Match the color of the door wreath and the front door. In fact, not many entrance doors are painted in red, and if your door isn't white either, you can choose another suitable color for your Christmas door decoration.
The message is clear: Merry Christmas!