It’s almost here — my favorite time of year! Since I am a DIY’er that means I have a ton of creating to do before fall and to that end, I have already begun creating a Christmas wreath I can use to decorate for both fall and winter. My front door will have a new wreath for the holidays.
If you are like me and have been using the same Christmas wreath for years and want to mix it up this wreath is prefect since it only takes minutes to make, it looks and feels cozy too. It is the perfect indoor Christmas, fall and winter wreath since you can change the bow for each season and holiday. I have included some more gorgeous DIY Christmas wreath ideas at the end of this post for your ultimate wreath inspiration.
Easy Loop Winter and Christmas Wreath DIY
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This wreath is so quick and easy you will want to make a ton of them I guarantee it!
Supplies for Wreath
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First, gather supplies and a pair of scissors and that’s it!
I used white head pins I had on hand from my sewing stash.
In 2 minutes I had this much covered and it was so pretty already. When I needed to join one ball of yarn to the next one I tied them together and keep wrapping until the form was covered.
Stick the pin in the last loop of the yarn and hid it and its a wrap!!! You could use a hot glue instead of a pin.
How to Make a Bow
Bow making is one of my favorite parts of crafting, however, whenever I teach a class it is the one thing that most folks want help with, therefore I made a quick video on this foolproof bow.
Bow Supplies and Tools
- 3 different ribbons (widths can vary)
- Floral Wire
- Wire cutters (these are my must-have wire cutters)
Cut all you ribbons to the same length. For this bow I used three different ribbons, so I cut 2 of each ribbon in 26″ lengths for a total six ribbon loops with 12 ribbon tails. I cut 2 burlap ribbons, 2 buffalo check ribbons and 2 red ribbons for this easy bow.
Use the wire ends that you tied the ribbons together to secure bow to the Christmas wreath.
My favorite part is the fluffing of the bow and trimming the ribbon streamers after I have wired the bow to the wreath, however, I could have done it before attaching the bow to the wreath.
My favorite wreath hangers
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This is one of my favorites. You can find more about this wreath HERE. The long tails on the ribbon really add that wow factor. The added embroidery hoop Christmas decoration makes this wreath special.
It is so easy to make following my step by step. I have a how-to video to make it a breeze to learn how to make this gorgeous bow.
I changed the bow to coordinate with the decorations in my dining room. You will not believe how pretty this color scheme turned out (you can see it HERE.)
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These adorable Christmas ornaments were made with felt and embroidery floss. You can find the instructions and free pattern HERE.
Thank you so much for stopping by and taking the Christmas wreath tour with me. I would love to hear which are your favorites in the comments.
Happy holiday crafting,
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