Just because Christmas is over does not mean your front door can’t stay festive. Sure it’s time to pack up the trees, but no need to put aways all your wreaths. Check out all of these adorable fun DIY winter wreaths that will perk those blah winter months right up!
In Texas we have to get creative when it comes to snowmen since we don’t get much snow. Try this adorable Snowman wreath ( or is it a snow woman) made with grapevine, snowflakes and doilies. This three tiered wreath will keep you feeling festive all winter long.
Nobody loves a yarn craft that does not involve knitting or crochet more than me. This adorable yarn ball wreath from Two Junk Chex is perfect for using up scrap bits of yarn.
The gray and white give this DIY yarn ball wreath winter vibes since they look like snowballs. You can also try using different colors of yarn like on my Back to School Wreath.
I love fun fur. Always have, always will. As a matter of fact this faux fur winter wreath from Across the Blvd is inspiring me to make a winter yeti version of this Halloween monster wreath. Excuse me, I’ve got a new winter wreath to go make.
Ribbon wrapped wreaths that can be made in under an hour. The Girl in the Garage is on to something here with this super easy winter decor project. Change the ribbon out to any color or style your home decorating heart desires.
Embroidery hoops are a crafty girls best friend. You can use them to make DIY wall pockets, earring holders or silk screen a T-shirt. As Our Crafty Mom shows us they also work great for a winter wreath.
Cute, cute, cute! I love this yarn snowman wreath from Made In a Day. Maybe I should set him up on a blind date with the snow woman wreath I made.
This DIY scarf wreath makes me feel cozy just looking at it! Hit the thrift store or the dollar spot and get inspired by Refresh Living and this clever idea.
Nothing is easier to make into a wreath than tulle. Whether you are making a no-sew too-tuu or a DIY winter wreath this easy to use and in-expensive material is always a winner.
Rolled burlap is the perfect material for this farmhouse chic wreath. You know if this wreath was on my door it would me made with vintage fabric scrap flowers in psychedelic colors – but I admit these muted shades from Jaime Costiglio work for winter.
If you are fortunate enough to live near pine trees then the pinecone wreath and DIY projects are endless. I love the white look of this one from Vintage Paint and More. Perfect with the pop of red from the berries.
Baby it’s cold outside, but that does not mean you can’t warm your door up with some cuteness and a DIY winter wreath!