Get festive with these Christmas wreath ideas
There’s no season quite like the holiday season. So what is Christmas like in your family? For some, it’s baking holiday cookies and wrapping gifts. For others, it’s decorating every available surface with lights, garlands and angel figurines. And for the crafty among us, the holidays are our favourite opportunity to get creative. From brainstorming Christmas wreath ideas to putting Christmas tree ideas into action as you trim your tree with favourite Christmas ornament, the season is all about making your holiday decor dreams come true.
And that starts at the front door, where a seasonal wreath can set the stage for the decorations inside. But with so many Christmas wreath ideas to choose from, how do you decide? One way is to establish a theme. You could tie the style of your wreath to your outdoor Christmas decoration ideas. Or feature the same colour scheme for all your DIY Christmas decorations.
If you’re still stumped for where to start, take heart. We’ve rounded up Christmas wreath ideas for every style and budget. No matter how much time you have (or don’t have) for crafting, you can create a Christmas wreath that will bring the holidays to your home.
Rainbow pine cones Christmas wreath
This is one of the most gorgeous Christmas wreath ideas we’ve seen! You’ll need around 30 pine cones and lots of coloured paint – we love how this wreath features different shades of the same colour. You can arrange two rows of pine cones in a rainbow pattern, or simply use the colours you prefer. Glue or tie the pine cones to a wide wreath base and finish with a silky ribbon. Who said red and green are the only Christmas colours?
Macramé Christmas wreath
Add your name to the knotty list this Christmas by creating a beautiful macramé wreath for your front door. Macramé had its heyday in the 1970s, but it’s having a moment right now thanks to its beautiful bohemian look. It may look hard, but once you get the hang of macramé, it is as easy as tying your shoes. That’s one reason we consider it one of the best Christmas activities. With some spruce sprigs and berries tucked into the twine, you’ll be groovy – and so will your front door.