DIY Roundup | 10 Winter Wreaths You Can Make and Use from December to February

The wreath on the front door at our little house on the corner right now is a round spray of gold leaves and twigs that I fell in love with last Christ and bought when it went on clearance after the holidays last year. It even made the back of our Christmas card:



I should probably consider changing it up at some point…hahaha…but it looked so pretty and festive, that I just left it up through the holidays!

I’m a believer in having a welcoming wreath up on your door the majority of the year. The wreaths below can be hung through winter as you ease out of December decor, and they can all be DIY. You’ll find instructions for all but one or two with the links under each photo.

Happy Crafting and Happy {Almost} New Year!


{ Rag Wreath from Country Chiq }


{ Painted Pinecone Wreath from Shelterness }


{ Painted Twig Wreath from Grandma Great’s Treasures }


{Twig Wreath from Design, Dining, + Diapers}


{Ruffled Snow Man Wreath from Good Girl Gone Glad}


{Felt Square Wreath from The Inspired Room}


{Snowman Wreath from Grillo Designs}


{Spray painted wreath with felt pillow from KJERSTIS LYKKE}


{Winter Snowball Wreath from Addicted2Decorating}


For More Holiday Ideas & Inspiration from The Olive Shoe, check out one of these:

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