Ready-Made Holiday Wreath Add-on
Give an artificial wreath with LED lights (#267523) extra style with flowers and holly made from aluminum flashing (#12529) cut into leaf and petal shapes and painted white and red. The berries are cedar balls painted white.
Cut white vinyl flashing (#233813) into 8"×2" strips. Use a paper punch to cut holes in each end, and then thread onto 14-gauge wire (#62931) for a hefty, ribbon-like wreath.
Geometric Wood Slat Wreath
Cut six 36" square dowels (#27594) in half to make a dozen 18" pieces. Paint them red and glue together in a tic-tac-toe pattern to create a center circle.
Pretty PVC Wreath
Candy canes were the inspiration for this holiday wreath. Red-and-white reflective tape (#223811) applied to PVC coupling pipe (#23852) make the super-easy stripes. Cut a hole in the middle of a 5-gallon bucket lid, then use a glue gun to adhere the pipe pieces.
Tiny Circles Wood Dowel Wreath
Wooden dowels ranging from 1-2" to 2" in diameter and cut to 2" are glued together to form a circle. Leave the wreath as is for an all natural holiday decoration, or paint it in bright hue of your choice for fun holiday color.
Fold-It-Up Belt Wreath
Start with a green nylon tie-down belt (#317651) and cut off the buckle and hook on the ends. Fold the belt into 3" loops. Insert a 14-gauge wire (#62931) through the center of each loop, then bend to form a circle.
Cut square dowels (#27546) into 5", 2 3?4", and 2 1?2" pieces to create this retro-fun snowflake wreath.
Monkey Business Wreath
Double up plastic tubes (#22275) to form a circle, and then wrap with strips of drop cloth. Glue the ends of the drop cloth to secure in place. Add sock monkey ornaments (#351307), metallic balls, and greenery for whimsical accents.
Wrapping Paper Wreath
Roll 8 1/2"×11" pieces of leftover wrapping paper around a smooth pencil to create slender tubes. Connect with clear tape. Cut a 20" doughnut shape out of corrugated cardboard for the base. Divide the base into four sections to evenly distribute the tubes. Apply a stripe of glue around the base and arrange the tubes. Play around with color and pattern as you layer the paper.
This flower-filled wreath (#112941) adds vivid Christmas color to mantels, walls, and doors. Use artificial flowers to help it last for years!
Coffee Filter Wreath
Make a wreath from artfully arranged coffee filters (#151322). Fold filters in quarters and hot-glue in layers to a locking band. Fluff out the filters. Finish the wreath by adding a poinsettia made from wallpaper (#88936, model #SF084914) and cedar balls (#86864).
Painted wood shims form a modern wreath. Add a ribbon and bow to make it more festive.