DIY: Easy Christmas Wreath

DIY: Easy Christmas Wreath

Today I am showing you how to make an easy DIY Christmas Wreath and showcasing some other ideas for styling them to suit you.

A few years ago, post Christmas when all the festive stuff was being sold off cheap I snagged myself a plain wreath and some various decorative accessories to do it up. This is perfect if you’re not up to doing a full DIY wreath, but want to make it more personalised.

Where possible I’ll link the items as a lot of them are still available online at Wilkos.

What you will need:

Then you place away to your hearts content, I placed my haphazardly, but if you want to place and readjust that’s totally doable as the decorations are on wires that can simply be unwound. I really love the end look of my wreath, it’s not perfect, it is flawed but I think it’s so festive and stunning.


Other DIY Christmas Wreath Styling Ideas

For today’s post I’ve also been lucky enough to have some other lovely bloggers agree to let me show off their wreath making skills and link you to their blog if you’d like to see what your other wreath making options are.

PHOEBE FRANCESCA

How cute is this wreath, using real foliage. I really love the simplistic and rustic feel of it. Find the how to post here.

MADDIE SMITH

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If you are looking for a slightly different take on a wreath you could try out this love heart conker one. Added bonus, if you are afraid of creepy-crawlies such as spiders and moths, then fear no more, as they are not suppose to like the smell of conkers so it’ll work as a repellent – a very cute repellent so it’s a win win really. Find the how to post here.

ADELL BAKER

And finally, this wreath by Adell which is beautifully simple. With gold accents and some of the largest pine cones I’ve ever seen, it’s just dreamy. Find the how to post here.

 


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20 Comments

  1. December 31, 2017 / 12:58 am

    This is so nice, you are so artistic and creative with all these DIYs, I love them all xx

    • Sarah
      December 31, 2017 / 1:08 am

      Thank you very much 😊😊 I will have a new one coming up in the New Year xx

      • December 31, 2017 / 1:12 am

        I look forward to it xx

  2. December 14, 2017 / 10:38 pm

    Loved your blog post! thanks for including me x

    • Sarah
      December 15, 2017 / 12:18 am

      Thank you 😊

  3. December 14, 2017 / 6:23 pm

    Store-bought decorated wreaths can be quite pricey and not overly pretty looking, where as these all look fab! I love that it’s a personal touch to Christmas to welcome others to your home.
    Out of curiosity, I hope you don’t mind me asking, what WP theme do you use Sarah? You manage to showcase all of your posts really well! 🙂
    Caz x

    • Sarah
      December 15, 2017 / 12:28 am

      Thank you lovely, I like that I “made it” (in a way at least). I use Opulence by pipdig 😊 I’ll hopefully be doing a post in the New Year about my experience going self hosted and any blogging details like this 😊 x

      • December 17, 2017 / 8:00 am

        I definitely think there’s a sense of achievement and something special about handmade touches, especially when it comes to Christmas (decorations or gifts). Thanks for replying – Will look out for that post in the NY! 🙂

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