Green Acorn Wreath
MADEGlue all those acorns in the backyard (minus the acorn tops) to a cheap straw wreath for instant holiday decor. Keep this beauty up year-round by painting it a different color every season.
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Winter Twig Wreath
Design, Dining + DiapersThere’s something about this twiggy white wreath that reminds us of the snowy outdoors, while the red ball ornaments add just the right amount of sizzle.
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Felt Ball Wreath
She Makes PillowsFull of whimsy and charm, this wreath may take a little longer to make but, trust us, it’s worth the effort. Besides being downright adorable, it’s also totally appropriate to display long after the season ends.
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Toilet Roll Wreath
Bonnin DesignsOne look at this classy wreath and you’d have no idea it’s made almost entirely of repurposed toilet paper rolls. Best part: It costs next to nothing to create.
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Striped Paper Straw Wreath
RuffledPaper straw wreaths are giving us major Pinterest envy this season. We especially love this blue and white version, which is pretty enough to double as wall art.
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Easy Berry Wreath
The Ugly Duckling HouseNeed to add some last-minute oomph to your decor? Four berry stems, super glue and a ribbon bow are all you need to whip up this cheerful wreath.
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A Beautiful MessThis sweet wreath is so easy to pull off, you’ll probably spend more time deciding whether to hang it up or gift it. To make, just tape your favorite instant photos to an embroidery hoop.
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Madigan MadeFor those who like to usher in the season with a little bling, this wreath oozes sophistication and shine. Who’d have thought thumbtacks could look so posh?
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Emma MagazineWe don’t know what we love more about this Christmas-chic wreath -- the soft burlap ruffles or the adorable red chevron bow. Swoon!
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SuperfluousGlam up clothespins with washi tape and clip in a circle to create the easiest, cutest, most affordable wreath ever.
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