If you need to add some bling to your winter decor, here are simple winter wreaths DIY projects you’ll love! These are classy farmhouse styles from cabincore to rustic to modern farmhouse! Easy, budget-friendly options!
Christmas to Winter Decor Transition
After the Christmas decor comes down, there’s always the question of what goes up next, right? While I lovvvve Christmas decor, there’s a teeny bit of relief when I can start cleaning up the clutter and get things back to normal.
However, I don’t want to go fully into generic just yet. Winter is the perfect time for clean, cozy transition from Christmas to Winter to Spring.
If You Love Winter Decorating…
If you happen to be love decorating for winter, I have a few things that can help you along, before we get to the wreaths (If not, skip to next heading, lol)
This post, 35 Cozy DIY Winter Decor Ideas (Farmhouse Style), has all the basics and essentials for cozy winter decorating – what to include, how to style it, and lots of inspiration pictures and examples.
This post, How to Decorate for Winter after Christmas, Farmhouse Style (with Before & After Pictures), is how I put it work in my own house. All the before and after pictures of how I went from Christmas to winter.
If you are a fan of DIY home decor projects, here are 35 Easy Winter DIY Projects you can start working on, along with a wreath.
Now, if you don’t really like to decorate too much for winter but just want a simple winter wreath as a token, keep reading!
How Do You Make a Winter Wreath?
If you’re new to wreaths or maybe just want to get a sense of what you’ll need or what’s involved, here are a few of the basics for how to make and what to put on a winter wreath.
First, you’ll need a wreath form: wire, embroidery hoop, beaded, grapevine, Styrofoam, etc. Any of these work; it usually depends on which style and type of wreath you’ll make. You can even upcycle an old wreath, a wreath from a thrift store or a plain one you find on clearance. You can even make your own wreath form with twigs or garland.
As to what to decorate a winter wreath, again, you have lots of options.
You can use material from nature (or faux versions): greens like pine or cedar (even eucalyptus and lamb’s ear), pine cones, twigs, white berries, even cotton.
You can cover your wreath form with cozy materials, yarn, upcycled sweaters or scarves, felt.
Then, you can add your own embellishments, depending on what type of winter wreath you’re making: snowflakes, jingle or sleigh bells, pompoms, bottlebrush trees, or other mini winter decor.
Most wreaths usually are held together by using a glue gun, floral wire, or a combination of both. For thicker wreath forms like grapevine, you can even just stick the faux stems in and they’ll hold together!
35 Non Christmas Winter Wreaths DIY
Below you’ll find 35 different kinds of winter wreaths. All of them are versions of farmhouse style – rustic, cabincore, even a little boho and modern farmhouse. I tried to group like styles or themes together, for easy reference as you’re deciding. All of them are fairly easy to create and look amazing! Think of your door, what will provide the best contrast and blend in best with your existing decor, and go for it.
These also would be totally fine if you wanted to use them as Christmas wreaths and leave them up straight through spring!
Easy DIY Winter Wreaths for the Win
Beautiful, right?? So many wonderful options for simple winter wreath DIY projects! I’d love to see what you come up with! Tag me on Instagram @100affections or leave a comment on Pinterest!
More DIY Wreath Inspiration
If you want more wreath ideas, for each season, I’ve got you covered. Bookmark or pin these posts for future reference!
Thoughts? I’d love to hear them! Leave a comment below!