Christmas season is just a few days away, and no part of the house should be empty or without decoration, including your front door. Christmas wreaths are one of the must-have Christmas decoration for your front door. However, don’t just settle with a regular and conventional wreath. Be creative and create your own unique wreath with these DIY ideas.
1. Vintage lights bulb
Do you have spare vintage Christmas light that you are no longer use? Don’t just stash them away in the attic. Glue the bottom part of the light bulb together and shaped it into a full circle. It is going to be even more fun and festive looking if you use different coloured light bulbs. Once the glue dry, you can hang them on your front door.
You can start by using garland as your guideline. Add animal figure and colorful balls to make it look sweeter.
Get a more festive looking light bulb wreath by covering the light bulbs with glitter. Finish up with adding a red and white bow.
If you want steal people’s attention to your front door, add more layers. Alternate using different size of light bulbs. Your door will look amazing.
2. Brussels sprout wreath
Brussels sprout is winter veggies, so it is only normal to have them as part of your Christmas dinner. However, you can also use this cute vegetable as a fresh green Christmas wreath. You only need to arrange it into a circle and add some smaller leaves in between the brussels sprouts. What an appetising decoration!
What do you think about making an edible wreath? This is easy to create, you just need to arrange brussels sprouts into a circle. Add chillies and ribbon for the accent.
If you already have regular green wreath, you can add brussels sprout embellishment to create a different look.
There is no limitation. You can make it in a heart shape, or other shape you love.
3. Wooden spool wreath
If you love vintage themed decoration, you are going to love this one. Get all your unused wooden spools which are wrapped with various thread colour. Glue them together into a circle, add some baker’s twine, ribbon, and rickrack. Easy, colourful, and fun Christmas wreaths for your front door.
Don’t throw away your old spools. You can recycle and turn them into a pretty wreath like this one. Prepare them by painting or covering them with patterned papers before thread it into a circle. Add star and bow to beautify.
This one takes a little more effort, but worth it. This snowflake wooden spool wreath will make your door look amazing.
If you want to show off, this one is for you. Nothing more awesome than this crazy piled up wooden spool wreath.
4. Bow wreath
You are going to use a lot of ribbons and bows eventually for wrapping Christmas presents. Chances are you are going to have some ribbons and bow left. Instead of stashing them away, use it as an artful and colourful Christmas wreath.
Usually, bows are added to a wreath just as an accent. This one is a game changer, you can make the whole wreath of bow. Use different colors and pattern to make a festive look.
The table has turned–this time, the pines and berries are the finishing accent for this beautiful bow wreath.
There are a lot of ways you can decorate your house, and you can get the store-bought wreath, or make your own Christmas wreaths. For a more personalised taste, however, why don’t you try to make your own wreath? It doesn’t have to be expensive, but you can use the materials around you and turn it into a beautiful decoration.