Pinspiration Monday: 3 Beautiful DIY Christmas Wreaths

Hello friends! Happy Monday!

So in my last Pinspiration Monday post, I shared some DIY decorative Christmas trees, and in the spirit of continuing with this DIY Christmas decorations vibe, I’ll now share with you 3 ways to make a gorgeous wreath (using very simple supplies!).  So here we go!

This pretty wreath is make out of ribbon. Tie a piece of ribbon into a bow around a metal ring, and repeat until the wreath is done. You can use all the pretty ribbons with Christmas patterns that the crafts stores stock this time of year :)
This pretty wreath is make out of ribbon. Tie a piece of ribbon into a bow around a metal ring, and repeat until the wreath is done. You can use all the pretty ribbons with Christmas patterns that the crafts stores stock this time of year 🙂
This simply and elegant wreath is made from wrapping fabric around a straw wreath (or you could use the green foam florists wreaths), and then pinning some felt rosettes to it. Instead of felt, you could use the silk rosettes in the Christmas tree tutorial for a more fancy wreath (link to Christmas tree tutorial is at the beginning of this blog post).
This simply and elegant wreath is made from wrapping fabric around a straw wreath (or you could use the green foam florists wreaths), and then pinning some felt rosettes to it. Instead of felt, you could use the silk rosettes in the Christmas tree tutorial for a more fancy wreath (link to Christmas tree tutorial is at the beginning of this blog post).
This one is my favourite. It's also the easiest to make. Take a wire hanger, form it into a circle, then untwist the hook part, string your Christmas balls, retwist the hook and voila! A super pretty Christmas ball wreath! (That everyone else will think you paid big bucks for)!.
This one is my favourite. It’s also the easiest to make. Take a wire hanger, form it into a circle, then untwist the hook part, string your Christmas balls, retwist the hook and voila! A super pretty Christmas ball wreath! (That everyone else will think you paid big bucks for)!.

So that’s it for now, guys! Now we can make a pretty wreath to go with our pretty tree! These versions are way cheaper than the wreaths you can buy from the stores (some of them go for $50 and more! That’s crazy!).  I would venture a guess that any of these three wreaths can be made for under $10, depending on the supplies you already have at home. Hooray for crafting!

Have an awesome opossum Monday, and I’ll take to you real soon!

-Ashley

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