Show us your wreath!
Jeannie Nguyen
December 9, 2013 in Design Dilemma
Tis the season to show us your wreaths!

Post a photo of your wreath and let us know where you got it, or if you made it. :) Tutorials are greatly appreciated!

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sunnydrew
I have an old artificial wreath that came with a bird and some gold trim and balls. I replaced the gold balls with some new ones using a hot glue gun, which is very easy. Just face the top/opening into the wreath so it does not show. I added some dried magnolia leaves to give it a more "natural" look and add some texture. I simply tucked in the stems to the wreath or glued as I went around, creating symmetrical points around the perimeter. It also made the wreath larger and more interesting. You could then add other items like ribbon or berries if you want. I have hung this wreath on the inside of the door so I can enjoy it in my foyer.
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Here are some great wreath ideas-

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pattikee
Very nice sunny drew :)
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bluenan
I used a large fake wreath as the base then cut cedar from the woods and stuffed the wreath until none of the original fake greenery showed. It's a good way to easily and inexpensively make a real looking wreath. You can use any type of fresh evergreen cuttings and use the base year after year. I'll have to see if I can find an even bigger one next year!
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rredpenn
Sunnydrew, that is gorgeous. Love the dried leaves!
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studio10001
I just finished this year's ( the vine was hitchhiking from the materials pile).
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chloebud
The swag on the brick is one I bought and embellished a bit. Comments are welcome...should the bow be changed...omitted??? The other swag with just a red bow is what I made for our mailbox and lamp posts along the driveway. I got plenty of fresh-cut greens from Home Depot..."take all you want."
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studio10001
If you have any of the red left, it would make a nice fat bow for the first one,too. Lucky you to get the HD greens - ours make theirs into wreaths and sell those, too!
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Nikki Basinger
My Pottery Barn inspired wreath for around $15. I'm a diy-er but do it inexpensively.
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Rachel H
I discovered a garden center in nearby Littleton, MA, http://cataldonurseries.com/, that let's you pick out your wreath - real, fake, pre-lit, etc - and your own decorations from a large selection and in short time, they will put your wreath together for you. I chose a blue and silver bird theme on an artificial wreath so I can use it for many years. I love how it came out and it didn't cost any much more than their pre-made wreaths. If you're passing through this area, this place is worth visiting!
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hbhider
Rachel-thanks! I'm moving to Littleton this weekend!
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Rachel H
Wow - welcome to the neighborhood! I just moved to Acton this time last year. Hope the weather warms up a little for you and your move!
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armygirl1987
I use to live in Bedford and worked at Ft. Devens.
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chloebud
studio10001, I'll try the red ribbon on the larger swag...thanks!
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aiga
This is from last year - knitted from a charity shop.
This year we have from spruce cones and like materials.
12 Likes   December 11, 2013 at 3:57AM
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pooh1639
Several years ago I designed a memory wreath. I collected key chains and other small items of our travels each year and used them for decorations. Now every Christmas we love to see where we have been over the years. Great conversation piece also!
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Recaptured Charm
This is my finger knitted Christmas Wreath. A Finger knitted long strand is wrapped around a foam wreath and then decorated. A full tutorial is at http://www.recapturedcharm.com/2013/11/finger-knitted-christmas-wreath.html
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Recaptured Charm
An inexpensive Holiday Wreath made from yarn, styrofoam and a few decorations. Full tutorial here, http://www.recapturedcharm.com/2010/11/holiday-yarn-wreath.html
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I love a wreath on a mirror.... :)
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Recaptured Charm
Christmas Wreath made from white coffee filters and some christmas decor. Full tutorial http://www.recapturedcharm.com/2011/12/coffee-filter-christmas-wreath.html.
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joverstreet21
I call this the Sisters' wreath. In the past few years it as been decorated, layered and added to by sister and myself. I look forward to the changes each year as we each tweak it a bit every time we pass it.

This year sis won't be home for Christmas :-( so it only has my additions. She has a picture - no doubt a suggestion or new bauble will soon be headed my way!
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Recaptured Charm
Another Finger Knitted Wreath... could be for fall, or used all year round. Probably one of my favorites that I've made. Tutorial here http://www.recapturedcharm.com/2013/11/finger-knitted-succulents-wreath.html
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inkydemure
We moved into our house last winter and our deck was ankle-deep with lovely pinecones. I saved them up and made a few wreaths. Next year, I'll save every single one so I can make more!
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meguin
This year is the first time I've tried making my own wreath. I made it out of a wreath form, floral wire, and clippings from my holly bushes.
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lisette15
Love a red wreath
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oleandergirl
Why won't it let me post my picture? I'm not given the option using the app, so I went through browser. Attach images option is there, but it doesn't open my picture files!
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sunnydrew
oleander girl- keep trying to post. It really is easy.
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sunnydrew
So many great ideas. I love the idea of the sister wreath, but my sister is so far away.
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mairie
My front and side door wreaths..elegant and quick to make..
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mematthews
My first attempt to get some blue and silver Christmas theme going...
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This is the peppermint candy wreath I made for work. It was inexpensive, easy, and fun to make. Materials include: a wire hanger, wrapped peppermint candies, curling ribbon, a small scissor to cut off the candy for eating, and a big bow for the top.
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Sandra Pitt
It's beautiful!
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Wreaths made up to sell this year.
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Cynthia Charleville
My mom did a rectangular wreath last year. She just cut the foam to the size she wanted and started adding greens and flowers, ribbons etc. She's got a knack for floral arrangements so that helps!
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2butterflies1
I used a fake evergreen wreath as a base and added a few tree ornaments, beaded garland, bells, pine cones, glittery branches and flowers, a small nutcracker and a purple peacock. I love how it turned out and it now hangs over my fireplace.
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Sam Hill
My brother makes a wreath most years, and this year he is using an old broken log basket as the base structure. Also included is holly (hopefully with berries, unless the pigeons have eaten them all), cinnamon sticks, ivy, dried orange and foliage. It always is great!
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keeleykross
Here's our wreath my 3 yeAr old and I made using an upcycled bicycle rim. (Please ignore our ugly door, as I am a renter)
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memo77
I bought the wreath in a thrift shop for 6 bucks and had my wife replace the old decor with some items from Michaels.
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Sean
I found this faux berry wreath in a retail home store and then just added some magnolia sprays i cut from a tree in the neighborhood. I love to mix organic realness with faux decor pieces at the Holidays. Take a nature walk in your backyard and see what you find.
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stephmal
I made the "Noel" wreath many years ago, and the other I just picked up at a consignment store this year.
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Brenda Szarek
I made this wreath with Magnolia leaves from our home tree, pine cones from our lake cottage and wood shavings from my husband's hard work in our basement workshop. See how I made it in an upcoming blog on http://busybzdesigns.blogspot.com/
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dstemple1956
I made this swag for my cousin. I have one on my door with the same theme except the colors are copper, teal and apple green.
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qmahina
We got this beautiful wreath from Home Depot.
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Lonnie
This is such a fun and easy wreath to make and liven up your indoor holiday decorations. Kids love it and it's edible! It's a wreath the whole family can make together. It may also be stored year to year. Typically made with M&Ms but can basically be made with anything. Let your imagination go wild. I made one with gum drops but I really think it could be popcorn, which is a lot cheaper than M&Ms. Also, try non-edible items. Going to make one using potpourri, for each season, will post when I'm done. Use a strong wire hanger, shape into a circle. Wrap the the top hook of the hanger with a pipe cleaner. Cut Saran Wrap into squares, decent size to hold the M&Ms and enough to tie it closed securely ( doesn't have to be exact but close). I cut Saran Wrap large enough so that once I've tied it closed, I have enough to tie in a tight knot around hanger OR you can use ties. *Don't tie too tightly on hanger because you'll want to be able to adjust placement as you go along. Finish off with a bow, bells, etc.
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Made it myself:)
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Here is a my wreath which I love although I cannot attest to having created it myself. He is accompanied by my rhinoceros
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carolins
Here's mine. Made it myself. Straw wreath base and small bunches of green from the garden attached to it. It's on the front (Dutch in many ways) door :-)
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carolina - I love it how your Christmas balls echo the handle (just can't take the designer out of you!)
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chookchook2
Had a singing one once, made by Franklin. Model number was the a wreatha.
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carolins
ASV lol... now you mention it :-) hahaha... I would love to say that the balls were a conscious decision. Not that I was unconscious, but I never thought about the door handle... I did wonder what made them look so good in there. Now I know! Thank you :-D
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mefor
I couldn't find your tree one chook, but I saw this one ;D

Carolins, beautiful wreath, is there one on stable door yet? :)
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carolins
mforr... me thinks you forgot to attach pic?

Nah... haven't made one for the stables yet. Maybe this afternoon... I could make one out of branches. Hmm... now there's an idea. I love Antoinette's feathery wreath and the one from Susan Mills.
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mefor
No, just referring to chooks's joke :D
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mefor
I think a branch/twig wreath would be lovely :) I have one on the back door, it's just a simple oval of grape vine, from the vines that grow along the back garden path. The grapes that are just for the birds, squirrels and deer, lol.
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chookchook2
This is Gert. You should eat fruit dear. I've got some bulk tinned, you can take home with you, if you wouldn't mind plucking my eyebrows first, dreary. Shaky hands these days.
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chookchook2
SPELLCHECK she said Deary!
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Pat
Here's my wreath. Flocked greenery decked out in vintage ornaments and all varieties of seasonal kitsch. Made this several years ago from found treasure. Happy holidays to all.
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We are just getting started but right now there are 4, 2 live (left as is), 1 pom ball in my girl's room (which my husband thinks is crazy because you can barely see it from outside), and 1 I made with wine corks. The latter stays up all year (except Halloween) and I just leave it plain. For Xmas, I just added very few magnolia flowers and leaves.
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Mark
Happy holidays everyone !
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carolins
Happy holidays to you too Mark :-) And to all the others too of course.

And I just made this one for the stables. Everything came from the garden.
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chookchook2
Happy Holidays to you too Mark and everyone.
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Susan Mills Design
Made this one too, it's for over the fireplace. As you can see, rather a lot of beachcombing was done this summer!
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edithsmom
Susan Mills, I love your driftwood wreath! I, too, beachcomb all year and have two old galvanized buckets filled with finds. Have to try to make a wreath like yours.
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Cat Rowe
Happy Holidays Chookchook!
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Susan Mills Design
Edithsmom, it's very gratifying. Don't use a glue gun though, wood glue works the best and will last if you place your wreath outdoors. I love the natural shapes and textures of the wood. I give them a quick dip in a slight bleach solution first, let air dry and you can leave them as is or painted. For the first one I posted, I mixed up a light grey and a white, but really you can do any colours you please. Add some beach glass or other found bits for a gratifying memoir of glorious days on the beach! Happy Holidays!
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carol100
What would you like to say?here's our wreath my husband made in 1981. We got our pine cones in the woods outside Julian, CA. We've changed out the decor a time or two but the pine cones are still in great shape.
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A few of our wreaths.
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bradpap
Wine corks to good use
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syncope
I did the first wreath for my front door last year. The second one I did for my sister. It's so interesting to see all the different styles and how personalities shine through. Merry Christmas everyone!
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GardenAcademy
Short before Christmas, we have a special “Last-Minute-Idea” for all Poinsettia-fans: What about an large „Indoor-Poinsettia-Wreath” – with this wreath you may decorate your living-room, the sanctuary of a church or the entrance area of a house …
You'll find a short "Step-by-Step"-instruction in English and German Language here: http://gartenakademie.wordpress.com/2013/12/15/poinsettia-wreath-•-weihnachtsstern-kranz/
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This is the first time I've made a wreath. It was such a fun day with friends at a local garden nursery that I plan to do it again next year!
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For all who want to make a gift to your singing birds ...
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This romantic one for a modern and stylish room ... Merry Christmas from Austria!
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regina5697
If any of you are Catholic celebrating advent, each year you might understand the struggle of making pink and purple advent wreath candles blend with Christmas colors. This year I opted to signify the pink and purple with ribbon around a prettier silver candle. Here's my advent wreath...
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syncope
Good news regina5697, the Pantone "color of the year" for 2014 is Radiant Orchid so next year you can consider yourself on trend with your pink and purple advent wreath! (See Houzz "color of the year" article for details/comments.) Btw, clever idea and your wreath looks really pretty.
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clarkac64
My $2 wreath from walgreens and leftover silver and green ribbon. I think the lime is an unexpected pop against the silver and red door. Love this...
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clarkac64
can't get it to load the correct way today for some odd reason.
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mefor
Here you go :)
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chookchook2
Yr nice Mforr.
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clarkac64
Thanks... my computer is NOT cooperating today at All...lol
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rosestnt
Inexpensive, glitter garland wrapped around a store- bought plastic frame, matches my pink door...
3 Likes   December 16, 2013 at 6:31PM
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rmcabochan
I tried making this wreath for our front door.
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chookchook2
Frodo and Sam collected some wraiths, but they were undersized so had to throw them back in the swamp.
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armygirl1987
Here is mine
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syncope
ok ... I see it...but I still can't tell what it's made of. I love the red against the blue though.
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armygirl1987
@ rngp- it looks like tinsels that goes on the trees. Have had it for years. Martha Stewart when she sold her stuff in Kmart.
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escolat
Lately,I've been doing a casual, simple, berry wreath loosely placed on a post lantern. I love the relaxed mood it creates. Low-key and natural looking...it doesn't 'scream Christmas!'
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mjdavies
Our hospital foundation sells beautiful wreaths made by staff as a fundraiser each year. This is one I bought.
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figosmom
Here's my indoor and outdoor. Real on door. Just added to the artificial indoor.
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Oops. Sent 1 too many!
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Oops, I missed that part about tutorials. Here's the link to the wine cork wreath - http://www.xbydesign.biz/wine-wreath/
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carolins
I love that wine cork wreath. Thanks :-)
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carolins
Nikki, just read the tutorial. Thanks for the smiles. Cheers :-D
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chloebud
escolat, I love the berry wreath. I know it's a little hard to see, but it reminds me of this one in our family room.
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escolat
Yes, simple , meek and natural... and very classy, understated style...love it!
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gigihd
I love using burlap for my wreaths. Whether indoors or out, they hold their form and have just a great natural look.
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Luciana
After seeing everyone else's creative wreaths, I realise mine is more on the traditional side. My sister bought the base (natural); she got the biggest she could find, forgetting we don't live in a bloody castle with some enormous gates (note to self: don't ask her to buy the wreath next year).
I don't have a tutorial, but I can show you the mess I've made in the kitchen whilst putting it together.
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syncope
your wreath is lovely! kudos to you and your sister.
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Our wreath above our credenza in the dining room- it gets updated and added to every year!
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Margaret B
My granddaughter wanted "bling" this year. So we broke out the glue gun, used a a bunch of random ornaments we found in the attic and had a lot of fun updating an old wreath. Too lazy to take down the mirror above the fireplace so we used a suction cup and attached the wreath to the mirror.
5 Likes   December 22, 2013 at 9:11AM
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Sean
I also did this wreath on a silver platter on my dining table, surrounding a glass vase. It has burgundy and plum colors with gold pine cones and peacock feathers.
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amroberts2
A springtime wreath
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