Wonderful Winter Wreaths

Nov 8, 2016, 14:04 PM by Thea S
Not quite ready to deck the halls? It can be tricky deciding on outdoor decorations before December. Avoid recreating The Nightmare Before Christmas with a simple wreath.
Not quite ready to deck the halls? It can be tricky deciding on outdoor decorations before December. Avoid recreating The Nightmare Before Christmas with a simple wreath. We found a few gorgeous creations from some of the best bloggers out there. These beauties are sure to add some festive flare to your decor. Check ‘em out below!

Gorgeous Geometric – This unique creation comes from the talent behind Sugar & Cloth. Put it up on your door or inside your home to wow guests. Get the tutorial here.

Sugar & Cloth

Cute Cranberry – This stunning cranberry wreath from A Beautiful Mess looks good enough to eat! Its rich colors are sure to add a nice dimension to your outdoor decor all winter long. Get the tutorial here.

A Beautiful Mess

Marvelous MinimalThe Merry Thought proves that sometimes less is more. This sweetly simple creation easily adds a festive touch to your decor without being over the top. Get the tutorial here.

The Merry Thought

Beautiful Boxwood – Who said wreaths had to be round? Homey Oh My shows us it’s hip to be square with this lovely boxwood creation. Get the tutorial here.

Homey Oh My

Perfect Paper – Crinkled paper comes together to create a sweetly simple decoration reminiscent of grade school projects. The Proper Blog reminds us that decorations don’t have to be complicated to be beautiful. Get the tutorial here.

The Proper Blog

Vivacious Velvet – This delicate creation from Urban Comfort is sure to add some whimsy to your holiday decor. Get the full tutorial here.

Urban Comfort

Enviable Eucalyptus – This wiry eucalyptus wreath from Freckle and Wulff will add the perfect rustic touch to your outdoor space. Get the full tutorial here.

Freckle And Wulff

We hope these project help inspire your holiday decor. Be sure to follow @HomeShows on Instagram and Twitter and @homeandgardenevents on Facebook for more holiday hacks and seasonal ideas.

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