A wreath is right what you need to decorate your front door, to hang it on a window or a banister, a wreath is usually rather simple to make, it won’t take much time or money. If you need one, make a lit up Christmas wreath for a cozy ambience and a festive feel. Wreaths with lights of any kind are a cool way to remind everybody that Christmas is coming! Here are some tutorials that you may use.
Twinkle, little star! This DIY twinkle star wreath looks super cute and will take just a couple of minutes to make, and twigs, wire and a twinkle LED garland is all that you need, or just take a ready grapevine wreath and cover it with LEDs. These cute lights remind of snowflakes, if you don’t have snow, it’s especially cool to have such a wreath.
This is an ultra-modern Christmas wreath! It’s made of a wire wreath, white LEDs and a polka dot bow to make it cuter, though you can skip this step to achieve a more tough industrial look. The piece looks very bold and bright due to lots of LEDs that aren’t covered – a nice idea for both indoors and outdoors!
Boxwood is rather a traditional thing for Christmas, and making a boxwood wreath is a gorgeous idea to bring a winter holiday feel. The wreath is lit up from the inside, there’s a bow to make it cuter; if you want the wreath to be more durable, make it of faux boxwood. Add other greenery for a cooler look if you want!
As industrial decor has become a great trend, here’s a combo of industrial wreaths. Make adorable industrial wreaths of copper embroidery hoops and lights – such a craft won’t take much time and you’ll get a whole arrangement of amazing industrial wreaths!
Buy some inexpensive snowflake ornaments and make a lit up wreath with lights. Such a cute decoration is a chic way to add a festive feel to the space and if you don’t have snow, it will be even cooler to rock. The wreath won’t cost much because you can buy the snowflakes at a dollar store.
A monogram wreath is a timeless solution for any holiday and season, which is always great, and you can make it with faux evergreens – no special decor is needed! Make the monogram even cooler with lights and voila! Hang the wreath on your front door – it’s a cool ideas to personalize it and remind who lives here.
Globe lights can become a part of an amazing wreath! Attach globe lights to a wire wreath and that’s all you need to do! Your cool industrial holiday wreath is done, and it will look amazing in many spaces, from modern and industrial to rustic and glam ones. The craft will take only a couple of minutes and you’ll get a timeless light decoration.
A touch of frost in the winter is always cool! Make a frosty ball wreath with lights to make your space frosty and winter-like. The idea is pretty easy and it will fit a lot of various spaces! If you want you can also decorate the balls somehow.
This traditional Christmas wreath is lit up with some candles, and their soft glow brings coziness. The wreath is wrapped with plaid fabric, decorated with pinecones, evergreens and lit up with a trio of battery-operated candles. Enjoy!