- Floral Christmas Wreaths
Flower arrangements have been a staple of home decorations for generations. On this page, we will show you how to add this art to your Christmas crafts. We will show you how to make several Christmas wreaths accented with flowers, including the Southern Magnolia Holiday Wreath, the Natural Elegance Christmas Wreath, and the simple but elegant Tulip Wreath.
- Holly-Themed Wreaths
Holly is a traditional element in many Christmas decorations, including Christmas wreaths. In this section, we will show you how to incorporate holly into your homemade Christmas wreaths. We will show you how to make the Lush and Lovely Lodge Wreath, the Sounds of Holiday Music Wreath, and the unconventional Pine Cone Wreath.
- Snow-Themed Wreaths
Everyone wants to have a white Christmas, and now you can with these snow-themed wreaths. With just a little white paint, glitter, and sparkly ribbons, you can make your Christmas wreaths look as if they are dusted with a light coating of snow. We will show you how to make the Shimmering Snowflake Wreath and the Snow Family Wreath.
- Candy-Themed Wreaths
Candy canes are just as much a part of Christmas as holly and tinsel. On this page, we will show you how to add candy to your handmade Christmas wreaths with some playful and innovative designs. We will show you how to make the Candy-Coated Christmas Wreath and the Creative Candy Wreath.
- Specialty Christmas Wreaths
Feathered boas, colored yarn, and little dolls might not sound like traditional Christmas Wreath materials, but once you see these designs, you will see Christmas crafts in a whole new light. On this page, we will show you how to make specialty wreaths like the Softly Silver Wreath, the Whimsical Wreath of Gold, and the Christmas Festival Wreath.
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