10 DIY Christmas Wreaths From HGTV Fans
Glittering flowers are combined with vintage owl ornaments for an enchanting Christmas wreath. A snowy landscape adds interest to the typically empty center. Design by HGTV fan Barbara Ann
Cheery Red Wreath
Classic ornaments in a variety of sizes are used to create a festive and bright front door wreath. Gold ribbon provides the perfect contrast to the shiny red glass balls. Design by HGTV fan laurabruen
Wreath in Vogue
Designer Sarah Richardson creates a mod Christmas wreath by wrapping white feather boas around a pre-lit wired wreath.
Go the simple yet stunning route by letting the beauty of a fresh evergreen wreath take center stage. Hang the wreath with patterned ribbon and add in a few pine cones for texture and interest. Design by HGTV fan Leanne Michael Interiors
The holiday season is all about glitz and glamour. Dress up a plain wreath with ornaments, pine cones, ribbon and leaves in your favorite metallic: bronze, copper, silver or gold. Design by HGTV fan Rachel Wallis
Double Up Your Ribbon
Use two textured ribbons, like velvet and brocade options in complementary hues, to create a beautiful bow at the bottom of your wreath. Fill out the rest of the wreath with ornaments and flowers. Design by HGTV fan Leanne Michaels Interiors.
Keep It Natural
Combine magnolia leaves, berries and pine cones with unusual vegetables, like artichokes, for a nature-inspired Christmas wreath. Design by Kristalyn Naylor
Handmade and Budget-Friendly
Get crafty with a paper wreath. HGTV fan lindsay5402 uses old sheet music and pages from a dictionary to create a one-of-a-kind Christmas wreath.
Mix classic elements, like winter berries and sprigs of greenery, with trendy accents, like textured feathers, to create a traditional yet updated wreath. Design by HGTV fan marykay
To create a designer-worthy wreath, add in silk flowers, like magnolias, hydrangeas and winter berries. Complete the look with a few metallic feathers and trimmed ribbon to hang. If you have a tall door, tie the ribbon high above to maximize impact, but have the wreath hit at eye-level. Design by HGTV fan Leanne Michaels Interiors