Holiday Wreath Tutorial Roundup

December 11, 2012, 09:30 am  Posted by Lark

An age-old sign of welcome, many homes display a wreath during the holidays. A wreath hung on the front door has come to symbolize the hospitality that will be found within. Originally wreaths were made from evergreen branches that along with the circular shape, symbolize eternal life. Changing times and clever crafters have expanded on the materials that wreaths are now made with. Click on the links to go to the tutorials.

Above: The Food Network


FOOD—We’re a nation of foodies so it makes perfect sense to extend that love to wreaths.

left: Dana Made It     middle: Gwynn Wasson Designs     right: The Food Network

More wreaths after the jump.

PAPER—Inexpensive and user-friendy, paper is available in an endless selection of patterns, colors, and textures makes stunning wreaths.

Top row left: Bungalow Blue     right: The Red Thread

Bottom row left: For Love of Paper:     right: By Stephanie Lynn  


NATURE—Pine cones and acorns are free for the taking and perfect for decorating a wreath.

Left: V & Co.     Right: Sweet Something Designs


METALS—The appeal of silver and gold is a timeless color scheme for the holidays.  Everyday household items can be fashioned into chic or whimsical wreaths.

Left: Canadian Family     Right: Better Homes & Gardens





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