101 Days of Christmas: DIY Christmas Wreaths {Roundup}

DIY Wreath Roundup {101 Days of Christmas at lifeyourway.net}

As part of this year’s 101 Days of Christmas series, I’m sharing a roundup each Sunday with more ideas from around the blogosphere!

These hanging pinecones that my mom made for her front door a couple of years ago are one of my favorite projects ever (and based on the number of pins that that post has gotten, it’s a popular one with a lot of people!). Although it’s not exactly a wreath, it’s such a simple way to add a festive touch to your door. I think that’s why I like wreaths so much — they’re the first thing visitors see and they’re a beautiful way to mark the holidays!

Because the internet is full of people who are infinitely more creative than I am, here are 10 more amazing DIY wreath ideas:

Paper Straw Wreath

Paper Straw Wreath {DIY Wreath Roundup at lifeyourway.net}

Winter Citrus Wreath

Winter Citrus Wreath  {DIY Wreath Roundup at lifeyourway.net}

Square Boxwood Wreath

Square Boxwood Wreath  {DIY Wreath Roundup at lifeyourway.net}

Simple Fabric Wreath

Simple Fabric Wreath  {DIY Wreath Roundup at lifeyourway.net}

Felted Ball Wreath

Felted Ball Wreath  {DIY Wreath Roundup at lifeyourway.net}

Simple Boxwood Wreath

Simple Boxwood Wreath  {DIY Wreath Roundup at lifeyourway.net}

Pine Cone & Book Page Wreath

Pinecone & Book Page Wreath  {DIY Wreath Roundup at lifeyourway.net}

Tinsel Wreath

Tinsel Wreath  {DIY Wreath Roundup at lifeyourway.net}

Starburst Twig Wreath

Starburst Twig Wreath  {DIY Wreath Roundup at lifeyourway.net}

Wood Slice Wreath

Wood Slice Wreath  {DIY Wreath Roundup at lifeyourway.net}

What type of wreath is your favorite?

Join us as we celebrate 101 Days of Christmas with new DIY projects, gift ideas, traditions and more every day from now through Christmas!

Mandi Ehman is the blogger behind Life Your Way. She and her husband have four beautiful girls plus one baby boy, and together they live, work and homeschool on a little slice of heaven in wild, wonderful West Virginia. Mandi loves coffee, chocolate, easy meals, beautiful things and minimalist spaces.