20 DIY Winter Wreath Ideas
Find tons of DIY winter wreath ideas with the cutest collection of wreaths that are perfect for winter and Christmas.
Well, it happened.
And it was the prettiest snow. Big, fluffy, white snowflakes. There’s something so peaceful about waking up early, peeking out the window, and seeing those snowflakes blow by. Until you have to clean off your car….
Anyway, I think that’s the official welcome of the holiday season, right?!?
I’m not even making excuses anymore. Thanksgiving is a few days away and I can’t even contain my excitement for Christmas any longer (not that I was doing an excellent job of that before).
And what better way to start holiday decorating than with a winter wreath!?
Grab inspiration from these fabulous winter wreath ideas and make your own for this winter season!
Winter Wreath Ideas
DIY Winter Wreath in Gold and White
I wanted to create a wreath that I could use all season long, not just for Christmas. I used a simple gold macrame ring to make this DIY wreath for winter and I love how it turned out!
Gold and white baker's twine gave it the winter feel I was looking for along with white gardenias and eucalyptus. It was easy to put together and you can make your own in about 10 minutes!
Grapevine wreaths are great for changing out your wreath decor from season to season. It definitely captures that farmhouse feel.
Hang it up at Christmas with a festive bow and holiday embellishment, then take that off leaving just lambs ear and red berries for the rest of the winter.
Easy DIY Farmhouse Wreath
This tea leaf wreath is simple and full of farmhouse charm for the winter season. You can make this DIY winter wreath in less than an hour and for around $25.
Save money by cutting your faux greenery bunches and separating them into usable sections. I love the simple look of this wreath that you can keep up all winter long.
Farmhouse Style Buffalo Check Holiday Wreath
Buffalo checks just make you want to cozy up in front of the fire with a cup of hot chocolate and a warm blanket. This winter wreath idea will greet guests and make them feel welcome and cozy too.
Buffalo check material, some burlap, and faux greenery are all you need to make this winter wreath. Hang it on your front door or elsewhere in the house for decor that will last the whole season.
Winter Twig Wreath
I love the idea of this twig wreath painted white for winter. It's a unique design that can easily transition from Christmas to winter.
Once Christmas is over, take off the Christmas balls and add some faux greenery for a winter wreath that will welcome guests all season long.
Buffalo Check Wreath
Here's another buffalo check winter wreath option. This winter wreath idea is easy to make and you can have it ready to go in 30 minutes or less.
I love the thought of using a buffalo check scarf, isn't the fringe hanging just so cute?! Add faux greenery and this wreath will be good until spring.
Easy 5 minute gorgeous Christmas wreath
Turn a plain $10 store-bought wreath into this gorgeous winter wreath in just 5 minutes! It will look great on your door all season long.
Faux greenery and winter flowers of your choice are easy to stick to a simple wreath. No wire or hot glue gun is required to make this DIY wreath for winter.
Giant DIY Wreath
Who doesn't wish for joy all season long? This giant DIY winter wreath will look great on a mantle, hung above the fireplace, or even on a wall.
Once Christmas is over you can take the letters off if you want to or leave them on for a wreath that will be perfect all winter season long.
Handmade Holiday Wreath
Bay leaf branches are great to use for a wreath any time of the year, but when you add red berries to it is makes the perfect winter wreath.
Cutting your bay leaf branches into smaller sections will make them go further and all you have to do is slip the red berries in for a fun festive winter wreath.
Simple Grapevine Wreath
There's something to be said about simple and this single strand grapevine wreath is just that. It's super easy to put together and will look great all winter long.
You can find most of what you need to make this DIY wreath for winter right in your own backyard, but if you don't, you can easily buy what you need at your local craft store.
White Winter Wreath
Ping pong balls and baby's breath are used to make this beautiful winter wreath. You could also use styrofoam balls if you wanted to, both are lightweight enough to not pull on the wire.
I love the simple look of this wreath and you can change out the ribbon for any color you choose.
Twig & Pom Pom Starburst Wreath
Use twigs from your own backyard to create this fun wreath full of texture for winter. It will look awesome on your front door or anywhere else you want to hang it.
I love the addition of the white pom poms around the center for that extra fun touch. They add more texture, but manage to soften the rustic look of the twigs.
Winter Birch Wood Wreath
I love a good birch wood project. It is a versatile natural element that can be used in many different ways.
No need to take the bark off for this easy winter wreath, just cut the branch into sections to make this rustic wreath shape. Faux greenery and burlap ribbon make this DIY wreath for winter one that you can keep up all season long.
Textured Yarn Wreath
I just love all the soft texture of this winter wreath idea. Entertwined in different shades of white make this the perfect winter wreath.
Use a wire wreath form and start creating different strands from string, terry cloth, or yarn. Be as creative as you want. Braid, knot, or crochet your fiber choices for a truly unique look.
Winter Wood Bead Wreath
This split bead wood wreath is amazing! You can buy the beads already split so there are no power tools required to make this wreath.
Add your own faux greenery, the flocked look is a nice touch for winter, don't you think? Have fun and elements for the winter season to make yours unique.
DIY Pinecone Wreath
Simple and seasonal, this pinecone wreath is perfect for winter. You can hang it on your door, over the fireplace, or anywhere else you want to add a winter decor touch.
Hang it using a ribbon, or twine. Change them out throughout winter for a different look or just hang them using the wreath form so no ribbon is required.
DIY Wreath with Paper Mache Cowbells
I love this winter wreath idea! It's simple and rustic and will look great anywhere you hang it. The jute and beads with the cowbells give it just the right amount of rustic farmhouse style.
This one is made using eucalyptus leaves and if you can't find cowbells to buy you definitely make your own paper mache bells. They are lighter weight than actual cowbells, but they do require a bit of work to make.
DIY Hearth and Hand Inspired Wreath
Create your own Hearth and Hand ook alike wreath with just a few supplies. This simple wreath will look great all winter long no matter where you decide to hang it.
I love the simple faux greenery and the gold bells of this DIY winter wreath idea that you can put together in no time.
Winter Grapevine Wreath
White faux berries, pine cones, and some faux greenery are all you need to create this winter wreath for yourself.
Grapevine wreaths are great to reuse over and over. They get more rustic and textured as time goes by.
Braided Rope Wreath
This winter wreath idea is so fun! Braided macrame cord, some beads, and greenery make for a stunning boho-style winter wreath.
Be sure to use a twisted cord for your wreath as it holds up better and won't unravel or start to look fuzzy over time.
What do you think? Which of the winter wreath ideas is your favorite?
I love the minimalistic look of some of the wreaths. A few simple greens and a pinecone really make for a pretty wreath.
Wishing you a joyful day!
*This winter wreath ideas post was originally published in November 2016 and was most recently updated in December 2022*
hey girl can’t wait for it to start snowing here in Oklahoma! Love the wreaths! Have a great Thanksgiving!
Thanks, Shawna!!! I think I can do without more snow for right now haha. Hope you had a great thanksgiving 🙂
I love these, especially the hoop set. They are so creative and look lovely above the buffet.
The hoop set is probably my favorite, too!!
Sarah, this is an absolutely amazing roundup of Holiday wreaths! I would love to have every single one of them! Thank you for including our Farmhouse Holiday Wreath 🙂
Aren’t they all gorgeous?? And I’m so happy to include your wreath – it’s so pretty! Thanks for stopping by.
Aw, these are all so pretty and it is so hard to pick a favorite. Such a beautiful roundup, thanks so much for sharing!
Thanks Sabrina!! I want to make all of the wreaths!
Oh they’re all so lovely! I am especially loving the last one – it’s so simple!
I’m so glad you like them Kelly!
Wow, these wreaths are gorgeous! I love the hoop one the most, I think. Might have to make my own now! hehe
Thanks for sharing!
The hoop wreath has been a favorite for most people, including me!! I want to try it, too!