4 DIY Wreaths

4 DIY Wreaths

Jason Loper
Dec 1, 2010

Making a wreath can be one of the easiest holiday craft projects. All you need is a Styrofoam wreath form (available at most craft supply stores) and the patience to cover it. I guess you could say, where there's a wreath form there's a way!

I've found inspiration for this year's wreaths at the Country Living website. Each of these four wreaths look like they'd be relatively easy to put together. And each has a visual impact that have your guests oohing and aahing before they even enter your home!

  • This super-easy wreath makes use of old scarves. Simply wrap two or more scarves around the wreath form, leaving a little extra hanging off.
  • Pine cones are everywhere right now. Pick up a bagful and hot glue them to a wreath form. To take the project to the next level, spray paint the pine cones and add a dab of glitter.
  • If your holidays are all about family, create a wreath using old family photos. If you're worried about damaging old photos, use photocopies of the pictures.
  • This holiday berry wreath is made with winter and tallow berries, which are available from your florist. There are plenty of synthetic versions of this berry available as well.

Images: Country Living

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