Happy Thursday Y’all!!
Just one more working day until the weekend…..Wahoo!!
On Tuesday, I shared a Simple, DIY Christmas Wreath here on the blog and I thought that while we were on the subject of Christmas Wreaths, I would share a few more of my favorite wreaths from around blogland & the web!
So….here are 16 Christmas Wreaths that I hope will inspire you to get busy this weekend & create something pretty for your front door!
Here is another example of a beautiful Yarn Wreath from Two Junk Chix. I love the non-traditional color scheme of this wreath as well at the added snowflakes & gum balls! You can make your own by visiting Two Junk Chix and reading through their step-by-step tutorial!
I love the sweet simplicity of this snowflake wreath from Rachel, at RM House of Boys. The dainty little snowflakes & the red ribbon look gorgeous against that aqua door!! Wanna make this snowflake wreath?! Check out Rachel’s blog.
This lovely wreath from Sew Homegrown puts a different spin on the yarn wreaths we’ve seen thus far in this round-up. I love the textured yarn used to wrap the wreath form & all of the beautiful adornments on this wreath. Check out the tutorial HERE.
Even though this isn’t a wreath per say, this GORGEOUS snowflake craft from Better Homes & Gardens would serve the same purpose! Wouldn’t you love to have one hanging on your door this Christmas?! To find out what you’ll need, be sure to visit Better Homes & Gardens by clicking HERE.
This Winter Twig Wreath from Taryn, at Design, Dining, & Diapers is so unique & so chic! I love the white branches & how the red ornaments just POP against the gray door! If you are looking for something a little different for your entry this year, be sure to check out Taryn’s blog for a full tutorial.
And last, but not least, I love the soft & sweet look of this Anthropologie Knock-Off Wreath from Aimee, at It’s Overflowing. She made this tufted wool wreath out of a wreath form & lots of little yarn pom-poms! Don’t know how to make a yarn pom-pom?! No problem! Make sure you visit Aimee’s blog and watch her video tutorial! You will love her sweet Texan accent! 🙂