With the arrival of December this Friday, it’s time to decorate for the holidays-if you haven’t started already! With warm glowing lights and the smell of pine, the Christmas wreath is one of our favorite holiday decorations. But why buy one when you can make an unique wreath instead? So grab your elf hat and hammer, because these ten wreaths will get you in the spirit of DIY!

1. Fresh Conifer Wreath

You’ll love coming home to this fresh pine wreath. With glowing red berries and an abundance of evergreens, this traditional wreath will brighten up the look and scent of your home!

2. Bright Ornament Wreath

Who says Christmas decor can only be green and red? Vibrant ornaments come together to create a truly spectacular wreath. With glowing pastels, this cheerful wreath is perfect for adding a pop of color to your holiday decor.

3. Rudolph Wreath

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Have holiday spirit and a sense of humor? Then this Rudolph wreath is for you! With silly eyes, a big red nose and fluffy tulle, you’ll have the most endearing wreath on the block!

4. Christmas Card Wreath

Display all your friends and families’ Christmas cards with this charming wreath. Made of clothespins, beads and ribbon, this wreath is an easy DIY with a fantastic result!

5. Under Wraps Wreath

Bring the gift of giving to your door with this fabulous wreath! Different sized presents create intricate layers and a truly eye-catching decoration.

6. Poinsettia Wreath

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Asymmetrical wreaths are in this season, and there’s no reason why you can’t make your own. This stunning poinsettia wreath combines holiday decor classics such as plaid, pine cones, and berries.

7. Festive Cork Wreath

Don’t know what to do with all those left over wine corks? We’ve got your solution! Display your joy of wine and entertaining with this fun and charming cork wreath. Make it your own, and paint it any colors you desire.

8. Burlap Wreath

Fans of farmhouse decor and styling are sure to love this burlap wreath. With pine cones and a stunning snowflake, this wreath is the perfect addition to any rustic chic home.

9. Pine Cone Wreath

Pine cones are the star of this stunning wreath! Made with greens, berries, and twinkle lights, this all-natural wreath has a dreamy woodland feel.

10. Let it Snow Wreath

Whether you like winter or not, you’re sure to love this adorable holiday wreath. With snow covered trees and classic red plaid, this wreath will make you wish for a white Christmas.

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