When Christmas has past, that doesn’t mean decorating stops. Adorn your front door with winter inspired decor like one of these 25 DIY Winter Wreaths to welcome guests in from frigid temps. Here are some ideas that you can make.
DIY Winter Wreaths
Whether your winter decorating style is glitzy or cozy, these DIY Winter Wreath ideas have got you covered.
Felt Ruffle DIY Winter Wreaths
Loving the white ruffles on domestifluff’s Felt Ruffle Winter Wreath. All you need to make this is a styrofoam wreath form, felt cut into circles, some straight pins, and a good movie. Saddle up, start cutting, folding and pinning. Mix it up with other colors for different seasons.
DIY Winter Wreath
Nothing says winter more than pine cones, snowflakes, and shimmery blues. Cake Walk put together this simple yet beautiful winter wreath with just those materials. A quick and easy way to welcome winter to your front door.
Dollar Store DIY Winter Door Hanging
Tired of the classic wreath circle? Rae of Sunshine mixed up her winter front door decor by hot-gluing several dollar store snowflakes ornaments into a beautiful winter door hanging.
White and Blue DIY Winter Wreath
Dimplicity‘s white and blue winter wreath is a great example of how to upcycle a grapevine wreath. I often see pre-decorated wreaths at thrift stores and garage sales that have so much potential at a great price. Dust them off, add a little spray paint and jazz them up with some bows and balls for a new wreath.
DIY Pom Pom Winter Wreath
Cozy up with some yarn, a good movie, and some wine is what Twine and Table says about making her “anthro-esque” pom pom winter wreath. Such a good way to use up some unused spools of yarn and those chilly winter nights.
DIY Winter Wreath
Spice up a plain wreath by adding some faux greenery, something sparkly, and of course pine cones for an easy-to-make DIY Winter Wreath like this one by Puddy’s House.
DIY Sweater Winter Wreaths
This is probably one of my favorite winter wreaths on this list. Plus who doesn’t have an old sweater and some extra yarn lying around? Take those sweater arms and yarn and wrap around a wreath form for a cozy, sweater wreath like StoneGable’s.
10 Minute Scarf DIY Winter Wreath
Did someone say 10 minutes, DIY, and wreath in the same sentence? This project by Tried and True has got me written all over it. All she did was wrap a long knitted scarf around a wreath form and a beautiful wreath was born. This is a great idea for winter front door decor.
Rustic DIY Winter Wreath
I love the idea of projects that can be made in front of a good chick-flick and don’t require a ton of supplies. WipperBerry made this winter wreath using a styrofoam wreath form, canvas, and quilters pins. Try using a drop-cloth for an inexpensive fabric option.
White Sweater DIY Winter Wreath
Another scarf wrapped around a wreath form creates a gorgeous and cozy DIY winter wreath. Just like me, Pieced Pastimes loves those quick project with great results.
DIY Winter Wonderland Wreath
Soft and feathery with a winter scene is how Craft-O-Maniac created a winter wonderland in a wreath. She used a white feather boa wrapped around the wreath to create a snowy base then added bottle brushes, a house, and deer to complete the look.
Embroidery Hoop DIY Winter Wreath
Being from Minnesota, woodland scenes are all around us. There’s something peaceful about a fresh snowfall on a woodland backdrop. Made in a Day captured that scene in this DIY winter wreath using embroidery hoops and greenery.
More Projects using embroidery Hoops
Turn embroidery hoops into beautiful decor and useful items for around the house.
Feathery Winter Wreath
Here’s another feather boa wrapped wreath that creates a soft and snowy look in a winter wreath. Simply wrap and attach a white feather boa to a wreath form and add in other white accents to achieve this look. Get the full tutorial from The Frugal Homemaker.
Winter Wispy Wreath
Don’t you just love the contrast of red and white in a wintery wreath? Here’s another DIY winter wreath from Made in a Day. She upcycled a wispy grapevine wreath with some spray paint (you go girl) and added in some natural touches for a beautiful winter wreath.
White Pinecone DIY Winter Wreath
Vintage, Paint, and More made this beautiful pinecone wreath with just a few supplies. I’m a huge advocate of spray painting pinecones because it has such a unique outcome. Add in some simple red berries to welcome the season. The options are endless on customizing this DIY winter wreath.
Pinecone DIY Winter Wreath
The Do It Yourself Divas give their spin on a winter wreath by creating a wreath form with a wire clothes hanger, attached pony beads to the base of the pinecones, slid them onto the wreath form, delicately sprayed with white spray paint, and finally added a large satin bow. I love how the pinecones still show their natural color yet look covered in snow.
Gold Ribbon Winter Wreath
Nothing says winter like metallics! This is such an easy and customizable DIY project using a wreath form and shimmery ribbon. Desiree at The 36th Avenue created her golden wreath form so she could easily update the accent with different bows and scenes. Check out more ideas for this golden wreath here
DIY Snowball Winter Wreath
Bring on the snow with this snowball wreath by Daisy Mae Belle. Made with a foam wreath form, foam balls, and some faux snow, this wreath just screams winter.
Snowball and Bells Winter Wreath
Simply Designing created this Pottery Barn knock-off winter wreath using a wreath form, various sizes of white pom-poms, large jingle bells, and some glue. Her winter wreath cost just a fraction of the Pottery Barn wreath and fun was had while making it.
White Snowball Winter Wreath
I’m all about upcycling wreaths to get a new look. That’s exactly what The Nester did to a more basic winter wreath from Target. With a few modifications and additions, the new pom-pom snowball wreath took on a whole new look perfect for winter. Find out how she did it here.
Silver Disco Ball Winter Wreath
Sometimes I get jealous of other DIYers and their ideas and think “why didn’t I think of that!” I feel that way towards A Beautiful Mess right now with this awesome disco ball winter wreath. I’m a huge fan of disco balls and anything metallic so this DIY winter wreath is a winner in my book.
Cozy White Winter Wreath
My home entrance wouldn’t be complete without a seasonal wreath hanging on the front door. Since this season’s temps started out sub-zero and I had faux fur fabric scraps, I put together this simple winter wreath. This wreath is made of a straw wreath form wrapped in faux fur scrap and tied with a wintery ribbon.
Fluffy Pom Pom Snowflake Wreath
I’m noticing a trend with these snowball-esque pom-pom wreaths. There are so many options when it comes to creating pom-poms and attaching to wreath forms for the perfect white winter wreath. Little Red Window shares her take on the pom-pom wreath here.
Winter Wonderland Wreath
Here’s another snowy, woodland winter wreath. Pocket of Posies used some faux fur and bottle brushes to create her winter wreath. I love the simplicity in not only the look of this winter wreath, but the creation.
White & Gold Wreath
My current winter wreath is my DIY white and gold wreath made with a cardboard circle wrapped in fabric scraps and lace with accent of golden eucalyptus, leaves, feathers, and ribbon.
That’s quite the round-up of DIY Winter Wreaths. It looks like other makers love to adorn their homes with wintery decor just like me. Which one is your favorite?