Wreaths are a traditional decoration for many holidays and seasons and many of us have them on our front doors and in other places, too. Homemade wreaths are more affordable than buying store bought wreaths, and they are much more customized than usual ones. Today we are sharing some cool DIYs to make a modern Christmas wreath, these decorations look edgy and stylish, take a look!
This chic DIY Christmas wreath is super simple and will take about 20 minutes to create from start to finish. It includes a hoop, seasonal floral pieces, berries and some vine balls for a laconic and modern look, the colors of the wreath are all-neutral. You may also spray paint the wreath parts to add a touch of color to this wreath.
This classic but modern wreath is quick to make and very easy to customize to your liking. Just an embroidery hoop, some yarn and various evergreen greenery and you can make a lovely winter wreath. I love the colors: blue pine branches, pinecones and fluffs plus eucalyptus, the wreath is pale and chic, it’s totally about modern decor style.
Bringing evergreens into the home symbolize the lengthening days and the return of all things growing and living, which starts after the winter solstice. If you’re rushing around in the holiday frenzy this week, but need a reminder that spring will come again, here are several minimal DIY wreath ideas that anyone can make in under an hour. They’re beautiful and subtle enough to leave up all winter!
This modern wreath is a colorful and cool decoration with colorful fringe. What’s great about this piece is that after the holidays are over you can remove the greenery and ornaments and it keep it up as a stylish wall hanging. If that’s your plan doesn’t go too crazy with the glue gun or avoid it all together. So cool and so bold!
Ready to kick off Christmas decorating in style? This DIY fresh and modern style wreath is inspired by fresh greenery, but is cleverly made with faux materials. What can be more natural and simply modern than a greenery wreath? It’s holiday door decor that you can reuse year after year as it’s made from all faux materials.
The himmeli, the quintessential Finnish Christmas decoration, combines elements of geometry and architecture into graceful patterns and shadows. This DIY himmeli wreath is made using floral wire and coffee straws. It took a couple of hours to make, so be ready to spend some time for it! However, it’s definitely not something to try in a group setting like a craft night. It might end with wire being thrown across the room and people drinking wine through little black straws.
This stylish Christmas wreath is a cool idea with refined touches: green velvet ribbons, evergreens and a plywood deer and stars. crafting it won’t take much time or skill, it’s pretty easy if you already have wooden stars and a deer at hand. If you don’t have them, read the tutorial and find out how to make them and attach to your elegant wreath.
This modern and simple Christmas wreath is done with a hoop, fake berries and evergreens plus snowy pinecones. It’s pretty easy to assemble, long macrame will add a slight modenr feel to the space. Read the tutorial and find out how to make it!
Gold ring wreaths are a simple, sophisticated take on a holiday classic and they’re super easy to make. You can use any type of greenery you like to accent your hoops; we suggest fragrant foliage like eucalyptus and pine for a festive scent. Add berries and pinecones for a pop of holiday color and texture. Follow our step-by-step directions to make your own macrame ring wreaths but put your own spin on them by adding different accents.
Need a super easy decoration for Christmas? Try this DIY Christmas light wreath you can make in 10 minutes! It contains only a wire wreath and white Christmas lights, and a large ribbon bow to make an accent. It’s very easy and looks very modern, besides they bring much light to the space, so cool!
This wreath resembles the previous one, and it’s also made of a wire wreath, lights and ornaments. The ornaments are attached to the wreath with super colorful wire, which brings a fun and bold touch to the space. If you take colorful ornaments, too, your wreath will be even brighter. Get inspired!
Here’s one more light Christmas wreath. The original idea was to cover a metal wreath form with clear glass balls and light it up from behind with Christmas lights. But the author swapped them for frosted balls that would still let light through and yet hide the works behind. Read how to make this neutral light wreath and light up your space.