Use your favorite colors of deco mesh to create these DIY Christmas mesh wreaths! Learn how to make using these simple tutorials. Such great ideas!
I recently got to try Deco Mesh for the first time and WOW – it is SO easy to make a wreath in minutes with this stuff! If you’ve never tried it, I’ve got some Christmas mesh wreaths that you’re going to want to try ASAP.
There’s a small learning curve with Deco Mesh, and then you’ll be making wreaths for your front door as well as the front doors of all of your friends and family members. What I love about this unique craft supply is that it’s easy to make a project that everyone wonders “how did she do that?”
But Deco Mesh isn’t hard to use at all. If you want to make some simple holiday decor that looks like a million bucks, try one of these 12 Christmas mesh wreaths below!
Christmas Mesh Wreaths
Give your front door a festive splash of red with this Santa belted wreath from The Suburban Mom. This very simple décor piece makes a bold statement as guests visit your home.
If red and white swirl is your theme, this Candy Cane Christmas mesh wreath is going to be perfect for your front door! I love all the sprigs of silver and red – and the peppermints, of course. Get the tutorial here Big Bear’s Wife.
Count down the days until the big holiday with this cute DIY advent Christmas wreath from Mom’s Confession. Your kids will no longer need to ask you daily, “How much longer until Christmas?!” since they can just check out this decoration for the answer.
Spread the holiday cheer with this bright DIY snowman wreath shared on Daisies and Stars. This front door wreath features lots of different accents, including a “HO HO HO sign,” snowflakes and bold ornaments.
Sweetness has arrived with this candy cane wreath from Mardi Gras Outlet’s Blog. This cute and colorful Christmas project can hang on your door or on the wall beside your tree once you’ve created it.
Now, with this Christmas double bow wreath from Mardi Gras Outlet’s Blog, you can create many different decorative pieces for the holidays. You can make a large one for your front door, or use bows to line your front porch railing or even trees in your yard. You could even make a few of these for the larger gifts under your indoor Christmas tree!
One of my favorite holiday movies is now made into a cute front door piece with this Grinch deco mesh wreath over at The Crafting Guys. It’s definitely a change of pace from all the snowmen and Santa wreaths your normally see during the holiday season.
Maybe you don’t have the room for a large tree inside your home. Never fear! You can see transform your residence into a holiday abode with this DIY deco mesh Christmas tree from Nic on the Net. It’s tiny yet still so much fun to decorate any way you want!
Bring more red and green to your front door with this DIY curly wreath from Daisies and Stars. I love how “wild” and fun it looks, with the various striped ribbons as well as the lighter shade of green. It’s so cheerful!
Another unique Christmas project for your home in December. Trendy Tree’s deco mesh poinsettia wreath brings a bright red air of cheer to your home, no matter where you hang it! Just make sure you have it up before December 12 – which is National Poinsettia Day in the USA!
This deco mesh snowman wreath from Crafty Morning will really show off your love of the holiday character. It’s huge, so there’s no missing your front door, even from the road! You could switch out the scarf for something more festive, or keep it more generic so it can be a winter-long decorative piece.
If you have an extra roll of deco mesh and are wanting to do something a little more subtle, try my friend Sarah’s garland Christmas wreath with a cute little gift decoration. SO simple and you can make this in minutes!
What are your favorite Christmas mesh wreaths to make? I’d love to know in the comments!