Making your own winter wreath is a wonderful way to add a personal touch to your front door. Here are 30+ winter wreath ideas to hopefully inspire you to make one of your own.
When considering what type of winter wreath you would like to make, think about whether you want to stick with the decorating theme you have in your home or if you want to try something new. Not sure what winter themes you could use for decorating? Here are some ideas to get you started:
- Rustic Winter Wonderland: Incorporate natural elements like evergreen branches, pinecones, and wooden accents into your wreath.
- White Christmas: A white and silver color scheme gives a snowy effect. Use white ornaments, pom poms, and sparkly embellishments to complete the look.
- Cozy Cabin: Create a warm and inviting atmosphere with plaids, knitted or crocheted aspects, and faux fur. Add LED string lights to create a magical glow.
- Glamorous Holiday: Set the stage for a luxurious winter season with rich textures, metallic accents, and sparkling accents. Think shimmering gold, silver, and jewel tones.
- Ski Lodge: Bring the ski chalet vibes to your front door with small versions of vintage skis, snowshoes, or old-fashioned sleds. They would look great with evergreen boughs, a wool plaid fabric, or a hot cocoa embellishment.
Whatever winter theme you decide to use, you’ll definitely get some inspiration from these DIY wreaths I’ve collected for you! Wrap yourself up in a warm blanket and sip a hot beverage as you check out these homemade winter wreath ideas:
Winter Wreath Ideas
Add a personal touch to your front door with one of these 30+ winter wreath ideas you'll want to make right now!
Simple & Elegant Wreath
No knitting or crochet skills needed for this chunky yarn DIY! If you can braid, you can make this simple and elegant winter wreath.
Pom Pom Wreath
This started as a Christmas wreath, but the idea here is that you use neutral colors of cream, copper, and gold to make your wreath last until winter. This is easy to make!
Falling Snow Wreath
The base of this pretty wreath is just foam wrapped with cheesecloth. Faux greenery stems and falling snow (foam balls) create a cool winter look!
Sarah made this fun winter ski wreath by spraying a leftover Christmas wreath with fake snow. You could wrap it with ribbon, but she chose to knit the blue 'ribbon' scarf for her wreath.
The soft, neutral colors of this boho winter wreath will look great on your front door! It especially fits in perfectly with boho farmhouse decor style.
Sweater Weather Wreath
With cold weather, you have to pull out the cable knit sweaters! If you can knit, you should make this sweater weather wreath to celebrate.
Paper Rolls Wreath
Katie used old book pages along with gold and cream paper to make this wreath. It would look great any time of year, but I think it would be a perfect winter wreath!
I love how easy this winter wreath is to make! You just need a scarf and a wreath form. If you want to dress it up a bit, you can add an embellishment like these bells.
Learn how to make a pinecone wreath the easy way! This is a perfect project for the holidays, and goes with a variety of decor styles.
Pine and Pom Pom Wreath
If you're looking for a simplified design for your winter wreath, this pine and pom pom embroidery hoop wreath is for you. I love the way it turned out!
Five Minute Wreath
If you have 5 minutes, you can make this wreath! The base is a willow wreath and all you have to do is hot glue sola flowers to it. Not sure what sola flowers are? Check them out here.
Slip Stitch Yarn Wreath
Technically, this is a crochet wreath. However, it only involves the most basic of stitches, the slip stitch. So, even if you've never crocheted before you can easily make this wreath!
Snow Covered Evergreen
The faux evergreen branches on this grapevine wreath came covered in faux snow — perfect for a winter wreath! The touch of red berries makes this wreath good for Christmas as well.
Take Me to the Mountains Wreath
Tauni wanted a winter wreath that didn't scream 'HOLIDAYS', and I think she achieved it! The silver skis and mountains banner are perfect for winter.
Winter Wonderland Wreath
This wreath makes me feel cozy! Wrap a wreath form with yarn and add tons of 'snowball' pom-poms with bottlebrush trees.
There is a lot of white and cream on this wreath list, but you could also use other colors from nature. Faux evergreen foliage, pine cones and eucalyptus work really well on this wreath. You could display it mid-fall through winter!
Crochet Chunky Yarn Wreath
Here is another chunky yarn wreath. I love these because they seem so cozy like a big, warm sweater! This one is just an easy double crochet stitch throughout and comes together super quick.
White Twig Wreath
This white twig wreath is easy to assemble and practically screams 'winter'! The twigs were from the backyard, so this wreath was also inexpensive to make.
It looks like these felt leaves actually grew from the stems. The secret? Brown floral tape!
Winter Paper Wreath
This paper wreath is super simple to make if you have a cutting machine. If you don't, you can still make it by cutting everything by hand!
Farmhouse Wreath with Bells
I like that this farmhouse winter wreath would look great before and after Christmas. You could paint the bells gold, but Melissa chose to keep them silver to go with her door hardware.
Make this awesome snowman wreath from pool noodles. A cute winter decoration for your front door, it's easy to make and will make you smile every time you see it!
Snowy White Wreath
I think that this snowy white wreath would look lovely on a dark red or black front door. I really like all of the sparkly touches.
Snowflake Pom Wreath
Learn how to make a winter pom pom wreath with this easy tutorial! This wreath will look great on your front door all winter long and is a great neutral wreath through the holiday season.
White Fleece Wreath
I can't believe this winter white wreath only cost $3 to make! All you need is white fleece fabric, a wood dollar store wreath and a ribbon.
Mesh Snowman Wreath
This deco mesh snowman wreath 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!
Make this gorgeous winter wreath covered in cozy yarn and playful glitter snowballs. The snowman in the center steals the show!
Snowman Head Wreath
Learn how to make a paper snowman wreath in just a few easy steps! This is simple enough for kids, but adults will also enjoy this winter activity.
Winter Snowflake Wreath
Looking for inspiration for a DIY wreath? This deco mesh wreath uses "snowy mesh!" I absolutely love it, and the mesh comes in a variety of colors. Just add snowflakes.
Yarn Balloon Wreath
This super light winter wreath was made using a balloon with the same process I used for this Easter egg garland.
Snowman with Top Hat
The snowman with top hat wreath was a simple deco mesh wreath to make using a basic ruffle technique! I love Frosty's face right in the center.
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