DIY holiday wreaths that wow

Halloween has come and gone and Thanksgiving and Christmas are on their way. Are you ready to start decorating? One of the easiest ways to freshen up your holiday décor is by adding a wreath. Hang them on your front door or in the house for extra pizzazz. Whether you’re a novice when it comes to DIY or “Crafty” is your middle name, here are a few pinteresting wreath ideas to get you started. You can find them all on our ‘Happy Holidays’ Pinterest board!

Easy does it

For a couple budget-friendly and easy ideas, head to your local dollar store for supplies.

For these wreaths all you’ll need are candy canes and snowflake ornaments. Grab your trusty glue gun and choice of ribbon and you have a couple easy and fun wreaths.

If you don’t have much time, this glam garland wreath is perfect! Just grab a garland, push pins, and a wreath form and you’re all set!

My glue gun is my best friend

If you are a little bit craftier, these wreaths are more up your alley.

Looking for functional and cute, this wreath made out of clothespins is perfect for displaying all those holiday cards.

This JOY wreath looks pretty easy and you are free to dress up the “O” any way you like. Or you can opt to keep it plain and simple. Just get the letters “J” and “Y,” some ribbon and you’re all set!

Who says wreaths need to be round? Grab an old picture frame, paint it and then add ornaments. Voila! You’ve got a unique wreath.

Just call me Martha Stewart

If you have mad crafting skills, these wreaths are right up your alley.

How about a wreath made from PVC pipe? Just goes to show that a wreath can be made with anything. If you don’t have PVC pipe, I can imagine this wreath using some paper towel or toilet paper rolls.

if you have some wood lying around and if you have a saw handy this super cute burlap and wood slice wreath is perfect. Another option is to buy the wood slices.

We’d love to see some of your wreath creations! Share them with us on social media @ChicagoParent.

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