Sometimes we find that people put up wreaths for Christmas and then maybe one for summer, but they leave their doors bare in between. We have rounded up some gorgeous DIY wreaths perfect for winter. These will get you from Christmas to spring in style.
Whether you add some pine branches to your wreath, create the look of snowflakes or snowballs, or go for the look of winter white, we have plenty of options for you to choose from. Go rustic, modern, or luxe. These winter wreaths are just gorgeous!
DIY Wreaths Perfect for Winter
We think these wreaths are really pretty and we’re sure they will look amazing on your front door or hanging over your mantel. From simple, understated but elegant ones to more elaborate wreaths, there is something here for pretty much anyone’s tastes. Check them out and start planning your next craft project.
If you are not in the mood for elaborate wreaths, this DIY Pinecone Wreath from A Little Craft In Your Day would be a change. Simple, yes but still gonna look good on your front door.
This DIY Winter White Embroidery Hoop Wreath looks classy, isn’t it? I like the simplicity of this concept. What say you?
Who wouldn’t smile looking at these giant pompoms in wreath form? Add some color and texture to your decor with this option.
We are really digging the modern look of this snowball wreath. Use up some leftover craft supplies to create this one!
Do you know the symbolism of the cardinal? It signifies the visit of a lost loved one. Such a lovely thought for a wreath.
Here’s another take on the snowball wreath. This one looks even snowier!
This such a fun idea. We’ve seen it made with popsicle sticks or paint stir sticks.
Burlap is ideal for that rustic, farmhouse look. It’s inexpensive too!
Another fun way to use those embroidery hoops. Don’t you just love them nested inside one another?
Ohhhh this is a unique idea. We can’t wait to try this one. Have you ever made a woven wreath before?
Beautiful boho style! The strands hanging down add that texture to the look that is so pretty.
Here’s another chunky rustic winter wreath idea. The addition of the burlap bow takes it right over the top.
Make a wreath from an old sweater? What a great idea! Switch out some of the more Christmassy-looking items like the holly for some plain greenery.
This wreath was made with items foraged from the backyard. If you have lots of trees on your property, this would be a great (nearly free!) idea for you.
It’s so fluffy! We love how luxurious and upscale it looks. With the fur and glitter, this is going to be a standout piece of home decor in any room.
Another fun farmhouse wreath look. Use it as inspiration for placing your own materials onto your wreath.
Magnolia leaves are a striking material to add to a wreath. Along with the puffs of cotton, this is one that will stand out in your neighborhood.
So simple and rustic, we love the natural look of this wreath. Put this up in fall and leave it up right until spring!
Which one of these beautiful winter wreaths is your favorite? We are having a hard time choosing!