3 Festive Christmas Wreaths

DIY Ornament Wreath for $10 or Less | redleafstyle.com

Are you still decking the halls and putting the final touches on your Christmas décor?

As Christmas gets closer, I keep finding ways to make my home just a little bit merrier. One Christmas decoration I can’t do without is a wreath. I tend to DIY my own every year. (I can’t stop at just one!) Wreaths are so easy to make yourself.

And, you have so many DIY options. Cover it in yarn or fabric. Make a ruffled burlap wreath. Use candy canes, fake poinsettias or bows. There are so many ideas out there!

If you need a Christmas wreath, then look no further. I’ve got you covered. Here are my three favorite festive wreaths that you can make yourself.

1. DIY Ornament Wreath for $10 or Less

DIY Ornament Wreath for $10 or Less | redleafstyle.com

Add some sparkle to your front door with this ornament wreath made from dollar store materials. Besides saving money when you make your own ornament wreath, you can also customize it any way you want. You get to choose the exact color combination and size. Here’s how you can make your own homemade ornament wreath for $10 or less.

Make your own ornament wreath.

2. DIY Coffee Filter Wreath

DIY Coffee Filter Wreath | redleafstyle.com

Can you believe this fluffy, snow-like wreath is made from coffee filters? Bring a wintery wonderland vibe to your front door or above your mantle by making your own coffee filter wreath. This DIY coffee filter wreath has big style, but is low budget. Here’s how to make your own.

Learn how to DIY your own coffee filter wreath.

3. Upcycled Fabric Wreath


If you like to upcycle, then you’ll love this Christmas wreath. I made this fabric wreath using only items from secondhand stores. Scouring thrift stores, I was on the lookout for fabric or clothes in bright, Christmasy reds and greens. Check out how I made this cute upcycled fabric wreath for about $10 from secondhand finds. (It’s super easy to replicate yourself.)

Make your own upcycled fabric wreath.

Want even more Christmas crafts? Try making this DIY Holiday Burlap Garland.

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  1. […] with an arrangement of mini Christmas trees on a shelf. Then, I replace the fall wreath with a Christmas wreath. Maybe I’ll add some cut branches in a vase. Or, I’ll keep the pinecones in a display but […]


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