The vibrant green of Granny Smith apples make a beautifully natural alternative to the traditional evergreen wreath. Bright, crisp, and clean—but not without subtle holiday cheer.
Few things are as welcoming or evocative of the holidays as the warm and spicy smell of cinnamon. Bring on the Christmas cheer with this cinnamon stick wreath your guests will drool over.
Wrapped yarn and felt flowers are all you need for a simple and modern wreath alternative to garnish your front door. With colors that don’t “shout” Christmas, you can leave it up until April if you like.
A wreath of memories from Christmases past and present will charm newcomers and stir nostalgia in old friends and family members. Make one to spotlight every kid—or kid-at-heart—in the household.
Cut and wrapped into cones, colorful paper is a readily accessible and relatively inexpensive material to use in making a terrific twist on the Christmas decorating classic.
This cork and jingle bell wreath feels both rustic and festive all at once. What a fun way to remember those shared bottles of wine.
Classic Starlight Mint peppermint candies make a vibrant adornment for your holiday door. A wreath never tasted—rather, never looked—so good. This year, Santa may opt for the front entry instead of the chimney!
Who would ever imagine that burlap could look so lush and lively? Paired with a dark-colored door, this rich and red wreath is positively eye-popping.
Light and airy, this wreath made with a feather boa could make you believe the angels themselves had a decorating party.
For more on holiday decor, consider:
How to Keep a Christmas Tree Fresh
Bob Vila's 8 Tips for Hanging Holiday Lights
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