25+ Best Winter Wreaths
Winter can be a long season without something beautiful to dress up your front door. Add a little something special to your door with our favorite winter wreaths.
If you are looking for other winter decorating ideas try this Let It Snow Printable sign, learn how to decorate with winter whites, or decorate with these winter crafts for kids.
Why Make a New Wreath for Winter
Okay so I have to admit I LOVE packing up Christmas decorations! I know that some people feel sad, in fact there is a song that I know that says “I cry the day that I take the tree down…” It is very melodramatic and every time I hear it, I think, yeah I cry tears of JOY that my house is finally not cluttered anymore. (I am not all the sentimental)
And while I love wiping the slate clean, there’s no reason the rest of the winter has to be dreary, though. I’ve been looking around the web for ideas that will keep my house looking beautiful during the long, cold months ahead, starting with the front door. Today I’m sharing some of the beautiful winter wreaths I’ve discovered.
When I think of winter I think of white! White wreaths really pop on dark or colored doors. They can also be really fun to play with different textures. Use these white wreaths as inspiration for making your next white winter wreath.
1. Snowman Wreath by Remodelaholic
2. Frosty the Snowman Wreath from Remodelaholic
3. Winter Twig Wreath from Taryn Whiteaker
4. Winter Wispy Wreath from Made in a Day
5. Snowburst Qtip Wreath by My Insanity at Tatertots & Jello
6. Marshmallow Wreath from The Food Network
7. Snowflake Cookie Wreath from Kumquat
8. Cotton Ball Wreath from Fit 2 Feel Better
9. Snowball Wreath from Addicted 2 Decorating
10. Felt Square Wreath from The Inspired Room
11. Crocheted Winter Wreath from Repeat Crafter Me
12. Pearl Wreath from Better Homes & Gardens
13. Winter White Wreath from Whipperberry
14. Dropcloth Poinsettia Swag Wreath at Reposhture
Simple to make wreaths
With the holiday season wrapping up, a simple wreath might be fit the bill to easily add something special to your door without having to go too over the top.
1. Burlap Winter Wreath from The Space Between Blog for Remodelaholic
2. Easy Pinecone Wreath by A Piece of Rainbow for Remodelaholic
3. Felt Snowflake Wreath from Better Homes & Gardens
4. Scarf Wreath from Pieced Pastimes
5. Boxwood Wreath by Remodelaholic
6. Winter Yarn Wreath from Homemade Ginger
7. Icy Winter Wreath from Teach Craft Love
8. Plaid and Pinecone Wreath at Love of Family and Home
9. Wood Slice Wreath from East Coast Creative
10. Frozen Berry Wreath from Simply Home and Family
11. Winter Woodland Wreath from Sew Homegrown
12. Scented Pine Wreath by Oh Everything Handmade for Remodelaholic
13. Scrap Wood Wreath by Mom 4 Real for Remodelaholic
14. Winter Yarn Ball Wreath from Two Junk Chix
15. Ornament Wreath from Canadian Living
16. Monogrammed Boxwood Wreath from Mom 4 Real
Which wreath are you most excited to make? Let us know in the comments or better yet, send us a photo when you’ve completed it.
Now that you’ve got all of these ideas for a winter wreath, try one of these purposeful winter projects. Be sure to take of your hair this winter with our winter hair care tips. Lastly, if you are headed to a party this winter, take along one of these winter side dishes to share.
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( Originally published 12.27.2012 // Updated 11.15.2019 )
fantastic. yes, i completely agree – i can’t WAIT to get the tree out of here (it’s looking QUITE wonky from 2 year old fingers…) and organize my life back. 🙂 but i am doing my best to enjoy it until the 12 days of Christmas are up.
I want to make a sweater wreath!! thanks for the inspiration! 🙂
I am totally the same way! My husband called me the grinch yesterday when I was taking all of my Christmas stuff down!
Love all the beautiful wreaths. Great inspiration!
I love all of these wreath ideas. Thanks for collecting. I have to agree with you about the “takedown”. While I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE Christmas decorations, I do the happy dance when they all come down. Spent most of the day yesterday taking down the decorations and cleaning the house. It felt good going to bed last night knowing that big task was done!
I agree with every word! Happy dances all around!
Pinch Me Please! Thank you so much for including me in this list . It is amazing to be included with the incredible talent that is listed here. Just one this blog and Thank you again for the shout out!
You are so welcome!
Merry Christmas & Happy New Year. Love your blog.
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Love this post! I dread decorating for Christmas every year and love putting it all away!! (I do love it up but don’t like to do it!) I just came up (at 11:30pm) from dragging all the bins to the basement and read this. It reminded me that I left the wreath on the door! If it were more winter than Christmas I would leave it…Thanks for the reminder!
Wow! Thanks for the shout out. I haven’t been around blog land in a while and what a happy moment for me to see my cotton ball wreath featured here. (-: It just might make me start writing again. Thanks again and HaPpY NeW yEaR!
Yea! I am so glad it made you day!
Great ideas for inside and outside.
I really perked up at the cotton ball wreath. Sometimes less is more. Also the one with the robins. 2 doors 2 wreaths.
I’m conflicted on wreaths at the moment, they used to be one of my favorite and few seasonal decorations that my minimalist self could embrace, but since I moved and chose to have double, five paneled, clear glass doors, I can’t fathom hanging even a pair of wreaths on them because I don’t want to look at the back of the wreath through the glass every time I come to front door and hanging 4 wreaths so the front and back match is just crazy, lol! I have hung an extra large fall wreath centered on a set of windows overlooking my porch next to the front doors, but I don’t know what to do with my collection of average size wreaths…and I don’t have a fireplace/mantel to hang them over either… :/ What’s a transitional minimalist to do??