Well, my friends, the holiday season is upon us.
And if you are anything like me, you’re probably loving every second of wandering the holiday aisles at Target and Home Goods.
Seriously, sometimes I want to buy their entire Christmas section.
But you know what’s even better than spending a ton of money on gorgeous Christmas decor?
Making it yourself for a fraction of the cost!
Today, I’m sharing over 20 insanely creative DIY Christmas “wreaths” that are so simple to make.
A few of these Christmas wreaths cost nothing to make, a few of them only took 20 minutes to make, and even more of them are so creative that you wouldn’t see anything like it in the stores.
These creative wreaths fall into 5 categories – wreaths made from hoops, wreaths made from cool stuff, wreaths that are totally nontraditional, wreaths made from fresh greenery, wreaths made from wood, and wreaths that are beautifully classic.
Easy Hoop Door Decor
First up, we have wreaths that are all made from hoops. From rustic simplicity to boho chic, these wreaths all the basis of a simple hoop design.
Most of these wreaths took 30 minutes or less to make. In clockwise order (pictured above), we have:
Simple, Rustic Wreath from Patti at Renovating Mapleson Manor
Easy Boho Wreath from Jessica at Jessica Lehman Interior Design
Embroidery Hoop Ornament Wreath from Laura at Mom Envy
Simple Hoop Wreath from Megan at Two Feet First
Totally Unique Holiday Door Decor
Next up is my favorite category – holiday wreaths made from unique things!
I love the creativity in all of these wreaths – from using old sweaters to coffee filters, these holiday wreaths are truly one-of-a-kind beautiful.
In clockwise order (pic above), we have:
Simple Cozy Christmas Wreath from Carmen at Gross to Grandiose
Christmas Coffee Filter Wreath from Sarah at Creative Ramblings
Thrift Store Finds Christmas Wreath from Brooke at Cribbs Style
String Art & Christmas Things Wreath from Christine at My Kitchen My Craft
DIY Wood Door Decor
Did you know that you can make some really creative and fun wreaths from wood?
From the star we made to the pretty signs above (one is made from fence posts!), you don’t want to miss these.
In clockwise order (pic above):
Simple Christmas Star that we made 🙂
Wood Planked Wreath from Kristen and Vicki at Timeless Creations
Wooden Christmas Door Tags from Thea at That Sweet Tea Life
Non-traditional DIY Wreaths
Ahh another one of my favorite categories. You guys, these wreaths are amazing! They are not traditional Christmas wreaths which is what makes them so darn creative!
From a snow scene to gift tags to cuddly yarn wreaths, you will love these!
In clockwise order (pictured above):
Simple Christmas Door Basket from Samantha at Little Bits of Home
Monogram Door Hanger from Toni at Girl, Just DIY
Snow Scene Hanging Basket from Amy at 1905 Farmhouse
Easy DIY Yarn Wreath from Lidia at Design Inside the Box
Gift Tag Door Decor from Betsy at Happily Ever After, Etc
Fresh Greenery Holiday Wreaths
It wouldn’t be Christmas without fresh greenery! Here are three wreaths that feature fresh greens – some are even from the yard.
They turned out so pretty, right?!
Going clockwise (pic above):
Fresh Clippings Christmas Wreath from Stephanie at Gathered In The Kitchen
DIY Garden Clipping Door Wreath from Casey at House by the Bay Design
Rustic Frame Christmas Wreath from Rebecca at Zucchini Sisters
Traditional Holiday DIY Wreaths
Last, but not least, we have some beautiful classic wreaths.
From burlap ribbon to beach-themed to floral Christmas garland, these wreaths are simple and gorgeous.
In clockwise (pic above) order:
Holiday Pinecone Wreath from Amy at Home, Health, and Heart
DIY Burlap Ribbon Wreath from Kenya at Kenya Rae
Rustic Evergreen Wreath from Maureen at Red Cottage Chronicles
DIY Moss Christmas Wreath from Meegan at What Meegan Makes
Coastal Christmas Wreath from Eileen at Sand Dollar Lane
Farmhouse Christmas Wreath from Jaclyn at The Dotted Nest
How inspiring are all of those DIY wreaths?! So many of them are simple to make and take a short amount of time.
Definitely put some time aside this holiday season to make your unique door decor. It’s lots of fun, saves money, and you get to create something you’ll love!