With Christmas coming you might need some fresh, new ideas, especially if you decided to create your own Christmas wreath design. Yes, wreaths are easy to make and there is no limit to fantasy. And for this very special time of the year when magic is in the air and miracles happen let your imagination fly and start creating.
Easy and inventive Christmas Wreath design
You want a traditional Christmas wreath design with a modern twist? Keep the round shape but use different materials. You might have tried some of the tutorials which are very useful and will teach you how to make a Christmas wreath with mesh, but you can spice up your old wreath with pictures of the family, for example. Evergreens are wonderful but why not use some fruits? Or buttons? Look through your boxes and find all glittering stones you have gathered for years and create a magnificent jewellery wreath. A few meters of ribbon and you will have an easy and festive wreath. Add some berries to traditional evergreens and create something that everyone will talk about.
Style and ideas for Christmas decorations
You might want to get away from the traditional shape and colours. Why not have a square wreath? Or a star-shaped? Add colourful ribbons using glue or wire. Arrange fresh flowers or fruits in a wreath that will match your interior – carnations, roses, tangerines, even cinnamon sticks will be more than interesting. In case you have bought or baked an enormous amount of christmas cookies use them to create a jolly and edible Christmas decor. Candy canes are also perfect and creative door wreath. Anything can be used – even your children’s old toys. Have fun and enjoy the holidays with your personal designs.
Door decor made of marshmallow
Cinnamon sticks in a traditional round shape
Round stones holiday wreath
Original Christmas decor of white and red buttons
Fruits are a wonderful idea to make a window decor
A modern twist with red berries to traditional evergreens
Soft facial cotton pads – what an idea!
Refresh the old door decor with family pictures and a few ribbons