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Christmas Wreath Ideas

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Get creative when decorating with wreaths this Christmas. Go DIY, or embellish a store-bought live or artificial wreath with ornaments, berries, pinecones or other decorations. Then hang it in any room of the house.

Christmas wreath with red berry and silver picks, blue Christmas ball ornaments, an owl and a tan-and-red holiday bow.

Christmas Door Decoration Ideas

Nature-inspired Christmas wreath with owl, berries, branches, and large snowflake-pattern bow.


Find Christmas in nature. Wire in a woodland creature as the main ornament, such as this owl. Radiate out from that focal point with berry and branch picks – this arrangement gives the wreath an interesting asymmetrical look. Then add pinecones and a few ornaments, including birds. Create a Christmas bow and wire it to the wreath frame right below the owl. Charming!

Vintage-inspired Christmas wreath filled with multicolor ball ornaments on a rustic blue wall.

Retro Look

Love vintage? Make this dense, sparkly wreath by first spray-painting a plain artificial wreath silver – completely cover it for a tinsel effect. Wire a bottom layer of assorted ornaments to the wreath frame. Then hot-glue more ornaments on top of it to fill it out. The bright colors and tinsel effect give this wreath a retro feel.

Monogram wreath decoration made with garland and Christmas ornaments.

Letter Perfect

Make a personalized monogram wreath this year. Cut a letter out of heavy cardboard and spray-paint it green. Punch holes around the cutout’s perimeter, shape garland on the front to form the letter, and attach it with wire through the holes. Add ornaments, then hang by wire threaded through holes punched through the top.

Christmas wreath with multicolor ornaments and large red plaid bow on wood wall.

Plaid Beauty

The gorgeous red plaid bow on this bright, ornament-studded wreath makes it a showstopper. After loading the wreath with plaid Christmas balls, make the bow using our super-easy method and insert into the wreath.

Oversize Christmas ball made from wood, with a tree design and used as an exterior door ornament.

Hang with Flair

Make this unique oversize ornament door decoration from an 18-inch pine round, a galvanized vent cap, wire and paint. This stylish “wreath” will stand out in your neighborhood.

Green Christmas wreath with evenly spaced gold balls.

Simple Pattern

When embellishing an undecorated store-bought wreath, consider a simple pattern. Evenly spaced same-color ornament balls circling a large lighted wreath give the decoration a graphic look that suits an exterior window or gable.

Copper fittings and pipe shaped to form a reindeer.

Deer Delight

The warm glow of copper gives this graphic reindeer three-dimensional presence on a door or wall. For Christmas, decorate the easy-to-assemble deer with a red ball nose and a perched bird ornament or loop the antlers with a small green wreath. After the holidays, remove the ornaments, and the deer becomes all-season wall art.

White ruffled Christmas wreath with white poinsettia decoration.

Fluffed Up

This ruffled white wreath is made from coffee filters. To make it, just fold the filters into quarters and hot-glue them to a locking band (used to secure chimneys). The poinsettia ornament at the top is made from wallpaper and cedar balls, but you can add whatever adornment you like.

Christmas wreath with champagne-color ornaments and bow and gold picks.

Just Add Frost

A one-color decorating scheme has a frosty, simple look. Sparkly florist picks, oversize snowflake ornaments, shimmery same-color balls and an oversize bow mimic frost on greenery.

Holiday wreath with oranges, lemons, limes and berries.

Fruit Punch

Spice up a plain wreath with fruit and foliage—clove-studded oranges along with lemons and limes brighten dark greenery. Push wire through the fruit and wrap the wire around the wreath frame. Tuck juniper, magnolia leaves, boxwood and berry picks around the edges for more dimension, then add shimmering Christmas ornaments for a little sparkle.

White fabric Christmas wreath with sock monkey ornaments and a spring of greenery.

Playful Touch

Have fun with unexpected wreath materials. Double up vinyl tubing to form a circle, and then wrap with torn strips of drop cloth. Glue the ends of the drop cloth to secure in place. Add sock monkey ornaments or other personal flourishes, metallic balls and greenery for whimsical accents.

Green wreath with red plaid bow and Santa ornament.

Statement Wreath

Simplicity makes a statement: Attach one sentimental or otherwise special ornament to a wreath by slipping its hanger through a bow. Both the ornament and the greenery get the attention.

Christmas wreath with turquoise, magenta and red ball ornaments and birds arranged asymmetrically.

Balancing Act

Go asymmetrical. Clustering ornament balls to one side and tucking three larger bird ornaments opposite them places emphasis on the bright colors. The shape and dimension of the bird ornaments balances the cluster of ball ornaments.

Simple wreath made from wooden shims and painted green and adorned with a red bow.

Go Graphic

Here’s a beginner wreath idea that’s so easy to make and customize. Position wooden shims around a cylindrical object, such as a paint can, glue a layer of shims on top of them set so you can still see the shims you placed around the can, and let dry. Then paint the color of your choice and add any flourish, like this simple bow.

Green wreath with Christmas cards attached by clothespins.

Wreathed in Memories

Create a wreath that shows off your connection to family and friends. Display Christmas cards on a wreath. Use clothespins to attach them, tuck a few ornaments into the greenery, then hang the wreath with a removable plastic hook.

Lighted Christmas wreath with large red flower shapes and hung on a door.


Give a classic style an up-to-date holiday twist. Start with a lighted artificial wreath and add poinsettia and holly shapes cut from aluminum flashing. Cut the flashing into leaf and petal shapes and paint them white and red. “Berries” are made from cedar balls painted white and hot-glued onto the flashing.

Sunburst-effect wreath made from thin tubes of Christmas wrapping paper.

Paper Starburst

Make a fun wreath out of wrapping paper. Roll 8-1/2-inch × 11-inch pieces of paper around a smooth pencil to create slender tubes. Use clear tape to hold the tube shape, then pull out the pencil. Cut a 20-inch 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.

Christmas wreath with red and silvery balls and ornaments hung from a window.

Christmas Sparkler

Make a green wreath sparkle. Embellish a lighted wreath with red balls, silvery picks, snowflakes and crystal garland, then use wide ribbon to hang it in a window where it can dazzle.

A customized DIY Christmas bow from the ribbon of your choice.

Ace the Bow

Learn how to make a beautiful bow for your wreath. Create a customized holiday bow for any Christmas decoration or check out an easy loop-and-pick bow that's designed as a finishing touch for a wreath.


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