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D.I.Y. Winter Wreath Roundup

Good morning, and happy Monday to you!  The temperature has finally dropped here in Central Texas.  There’s a chill in the air, and that makes me long for big cups filled with hot chocolate and whipped cream, warm fireplaces, cozy blankets, and thick wool socks.

It also got me thinking about winter wreaths.  A few days ago, I showed you my own Winter Snowball Wreath, and today I’ve rounded up 35 more d.i.y. winter wreaths that you can make yourself.  You’re sure to find one here that would be perfect for your home!

Winter wreath--willow wreath with silver leaves

Willow Wreath from Stone Gable



Winter wreath--ruffled felt wreath

Ruffled Felt Wreath from Domestifluff


Winter wreath--white snowflake wreath

Snowflake Wreath from Midwest Living


Winter wreath--silver pine wreath with silver flowers and snowflakes

Silver Pine Wreath from Living Locurto


Winter wreath--satin ribbon wrapped wreath with felt holly leaves

Felt Holly Wreath from Somewhere Splendid


Winter wreath--grapevine wreath with blue and white rolled felt flowers and snowflakes

Felt Flower Wreath from Creative Passage


Winter wreath--white button wreath

Button Wreath from Freckled Nest


Winter wreath--yarn wrapped wreath with rolled felt flowers

Yarn Wreath from Homemade Ginger


Winter wreath--coffee filter wreath with bird and branch

Coffee Filter Wreath from Birds of a Feather


Winter wreath--red berry wreath

Berry Wreath from Thoughtfully Simple


Winter wreath--pinecone wreath with white ornaments

Pinecone Wreath from It’s A Tradition


Winter wreath--yarn wrapped wreath with flowers, stems, bird in nest

Yarn Wreath Sew Homegrown


Winter wreath--brown and blue ornament wreath

Ornament Wreath from Canadian Living


Winter wreath--wreath made from white tissue paper flowers

Tissue Paper Flower Wreath from Craft, Interrupted


Winter wreath--rolled felt flower wreath

Felt Flower Wreath from That’s My Letter


Winter wreath--white mum and flocked pinecone wreath

Mum and Pinecone Wreath from Just Beachy


Winter wreath--white marshmallow wreath

Marshmallow Wreath from Food Network


Winter wreath--gold glittered laurel wreath

Glittered Laurel Wreath from Adirondack Mama


Winter wreath--square frame turned into wreath with blue and white glittered stems

Square Winter Wreath from The Country Chic Cottage


Winter wreath--white feather wreath with snowflakes

Feather Wreath from Crafty Endeavor


Winter wreath--gray felt wrapped wreath with white, blue and gray flowers and leaves

Felt Wreath With Flowers from The First Hundred


Winter wreath--wreath made from felt squares in white, tan and khaki

Felt Wreath from The Inspired Room


Winter wreath--white grapevine wreath with white and blue rolled fabric flowers

Grapevine With Fabric Flowers Wreath from Colour Her Hope


Winter wreath--cardstock paper circle wreath in blues, grays, and white

Paper Circle Wreath from CraftStylish


Winter wreath--white willow wreath with pinecones and blue ornaments

Willow Wreath from Centsational Girl


Winter wreath--white yarn and pom pom wreath

Yarn and Pom Pom Wreath from Leaf & Letter


Winter wreath--yarn wrapped wreath with branch and owl

Yarn Wrapped Wreath from Julep Style


Winter wreath--White yarn pom pom wreath

Yarn Pom Pom Wreath from Décor To Adore


Winter wreath--Wreath made from recycled plastic bags

Recycled Plastic Bag Wreath from Under The Table And Dreaming


Winter wreath--spray painted white pine cone wreath with gold accents

Pinecone Wreath from Real Simple


Winter wreath--winter wreath made from craft store pearl strands

Pearl Wreath from Better Homes & Gardens


Winter wreath--wreath made from yarn balls and snowflake ornaments

Yarn Ball Wreath from Two Junk Chix


Winter wreath--grapevine wreath with large snowflake

Grapevine and Snowflake Wreath from Teach Craft Love


Winter wreath--wreath made from jute and twine balls

Jute and Twine Wreath from White Nest


Winter wreath--snowflake wreath made from fake snow and large snowflake cutouts

Snowflake Wreath from Dream Home DIY


Did you see one that’s perfect for your home?  Most of these have d.i.y. instructions, so be sure to click on the pictures or on the links below the pictures to see all of the detail!

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    November 28, 2011 at 4:12 pm

    I think your emotions in your blog are completely honest to you and your friends/readers. Thanks for sharing.

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    Alissa @ Crafty Endeavor
    November 28, 2011 at 4:21 pm

    What a great roundup, and thanks for including my feather wreath!! You've made my day.

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    Jessica Bruno
    November 28, 2011 at 5:27 pm

    Thank you for sharing! some great ideas 🙂

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    Andrew Moorhouse
    November 28, 2011 at 7:12 pm

    Lovely blog, I cant wait for xmas!! some of those wreaths are out of this world. Think youve inspired me to throw away my old ones and start again!!

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    Fine Art Photography
    November 28, 2011 at 7:48 pm

    I'm torn between the pearl one and the marshmallow one – maybe change them depending on the day! Both white though, would match the living room set up we have for our prints:

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    Heidi @ Decor & More
    November 28, 2011 at 8:20 pm

    I love the marshmallow wreath!  What a cute kitchen decoration!  Working on my own version of an ornament wreath today– love crafting for the holidays. 🙂

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    Sherry Deal
    November 28, 2011 at 11:01 pm

    Kristi, who would have thought there were so many different wreaths out there…I'm inspired by them all. 

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    November 29, 2011 at 8:29 am

    Amazing, i really like the winter wreath roundup, especially the rings with several flowers. Could i copy one image on my blog

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    November 29, 2011 at 8:20 pm

    Those are some really great wreaths! Thanks for including mine!

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    [email protected]
    November 29, 2011 at 10:51 pm

    Wow. Those are all just gorgeous! I can't wait to finished this house and then I can do the fun things!

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    Jaime Costiglio
    November 30, 2011 at 2:18 am

    Kristi thanks for including my rolled fabric flower wreath in your great round up, makes me want to make something new for 2012!

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    Jaimee @ Craft, Interrupted
    November 30, 2011 at 1:36 pm

    Thanks so much for including my Tissue Paper Flower Wreath.  What an inspiring collection of wintery goodness!  Love these winter wreaths!

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    Affifah Zafar
    December 1, 2011 at 6:43 am


    Your sharing is really adorable.. I like all the ways to decorate your insight feelings and concepts…
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    December 14, 2011 at 3:38 pm

    These are beautiful! I made a denim Wreath (very nontraditional – I just love denim).

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    December 16, 2011 at 2:29 pm

    Thank you so much for including my pinecone wreath in your round up! You’ve collected lots of great winter wreath ideas and it’s an honor to be included. xoxo!

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    December 22, 2011 at 12:31 am

    What a great round up! Thanks so much for sharing the pine cone wreath from my personal blog 🙂

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    December 23, 2011 at 9:00 am

    All of these wreaths are gorgeous! One of my favorite is the pearl wreath, I love it! Thanks for sharing and have a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

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    Candle Making Equipment Blog
    February 21, 2012 at 12:33 pm

    Country Nook Mixed Berry Medium Wreath…

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    Laura Ingalls Gunn
    November 6, 2012 at 4:41 pm

    Dear Kristi,

    Thank you so very much for featuring my winter pom pom wreath. You have warmed my heart. I see many great ideas for my next wreath.

    Happy day!

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    November 9, 2012 at 4:05 am

    What beautiful wreaths. I made a metallic one this year out of thumbtacks (A LOTTA THUMBTACKS lol) and a big turquoise bow. Can’t find where i found it on the internet. But anyway i’m looking forward to trying some of these ideas next year!

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    November 20, 2012 at 12:27 pm

    Beautiful! I am so happy to have found your blog. Now, to decide which one to make! xo

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    July 14, 2013 at 1:03 pm

    Great ideas! I loved so many of them and was wondering ‘what the heck am I going to do with all these wreaths that I would love to try’?? And then it hit me: I work in maternity and usually decorate our unit for the holidays … hence, each door gets a different wreath! I did this idea a few years ago with wrapping paper .. each door decorated like a different ‘gift’. The new parents LOVED them! They would tell their guests which room they were in by the paper on the door .. and many of them were found taking photos with their new babies and families outside “their” doors! I was looking for something different, and this will do nicely .. Thanks! I’ll hang them by looping the hanging twine, etc from a thumbtack at the top of the door.

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