20 Easy Christmas Wreaths That You Can Make Tonight
The holidays are here and we’ve got 20 easy Christmas Wreaths that you can make tonight. Thanksgiving is over and the leftovers are almost gone so now it’s time to finally time to start putting up Christmas decorations! With everything that’s
happened this year, I started doing some holiday planning and decorating early. However, I realized I didn’t have any wreaths to use on my front door or in my home! This led me to start searching for some of the best easy and quick wreaths you can put together without needing to be an expert in wreaths! Here are 20 easy Christmas wreaths that you can make tonight with the family to help make the season merry and bright.
How to Make A Christmas Rag Wreath – A fabric rag wreath is a fun way to add some color and texture to your front door!
Easy DIY Fleece Wreath – how to easily create a fleece wreath using an inexpensive fleece throw, a wire hangar, and a dollar store bow.
DIY Paper Christmas Wreath – There is nothing that says Christmas better than the traditional red and green color mix. This gorgeous paper Christmas wreath is something you can make and for even more fun, trace your child’s hands out of red and green paper and use that for your wreath.
Hoop Snowman Wreath for Christmas- A cute but easy Snowman Wreath made with embroidery hoops and vintage buttons. The perfect decor for Christmas and all winter long!
DIY Fabric Wreath- The perfect way to use up your scraps of fabric such as quilting fabric works well but this is also a great way to use up old sheets or pillowcases-the amount of fabric
DIY Christmas Embroidery Hoop Wreath with Wood Slices- Make a simple and elegant DIY Christmas Embroidery Hoop Wreath in minutes that can be easily transformed from season to season!
Rustic Holiday Wreath-A burlap ribbon and spray of red berries bring a festive touch to this beautifully rustic flat cedar wreath. The perfect addition to your holiday decor!
It’s easy to see that the possibilities are endless when it comes to creating a wreath of your own and the best part is what it symbolizes. Its circular shape represents eternity, for it has no beginning and no end. For many religions, it represents an unending circle of life. The evergreen, most frequently used in making wreathes, symbolizes growth, and everlasting life, and when you create your own together with your family, it represents the creation of memories, traditions, and legacies that can be handed down through the generations. What are your favorite decorations for the holidays and what would you add to our list of 20 easy Christmas wreaths that you can make tonight?