I absolutely adore Christmas wreaths. Honestly, I think I may have a bit of an obsession with them and couldn’t wait to show you the 7 Christmas wreath tutorials that I’m absolutely loving. Each of these could easily be made in some of my favorite Christmas Wreath tutorials and inspirations that I’ve found.
I feel in love with this Vintage Ornament Wreath that The Toasted Coconut shared in last week’s Mingle Monday. It brought back so many memories of ornaments from my Grandparents’ trees when I was growing up.
Another beautiful Christmas wreath tutorial using ornaments from Matt and Becky. This wreath just makes me smile! I love it.
I really think Little Buddy and I are going to have to get crafty and make this adorable Snowman Wreath that I found on Pinterest via Emily Wilson. Such a precious wreath that takes you right on through the winter!
How fun is this Yarn Wreath from Country Living? Such an inexpensive idea for perking up your sewing or craft room and they even give you instructions on how to treat for outdoor use.
This Red and White Stripped Straw Wreath from Tatertots & Jello is absolutely precious! How fun for the playing room or to add a bit of whimsy for Christmas.
How cute is this Peppermint Candy Wreath from Gwynn Wasson? Such a cute idea, especially if you live in a cool climate where the candy won’t get sticky.
Wouldn’t anyone love to have this photo wreath as a gift or to keep? Such a great idea for Grandparents! This wreath from The Crafting Chicks was created as a Valentine’s wreath idea, but I love the idea of using it for Christmas.
Wouldn’t this Mini Christmas Wreath be beautiful on your bookshelves or make a wonderful gift for friends, neighbors, or teachers? I love how easy this tutorial from Sew Many Ways on how to make it.
So, now. It’s your turn!
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I look forward to seeing all you’ve made!
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