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31 Front Door Worthy Winter Wreaths You Are Going to Love ...

By Eliza

Winter wreaths are great for adding a touch of your personality as you welcome people to your home. After all, your front door is probably the first thing they see when they arrive, right? You can choose from holiday inspired winter wreaths or simply those that personify the season. The great thing about wreaths is that you can easily make them yourself. All the supplies you need are available at any craft store and it's fun to put something together with your own hands. Get ready to be inspired!

1 Rustic Nature

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Often you can find embellishments for winter wreaths right in your own backyard. Look for pinecones and branches.

2 Deco Mesh Wreath

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Deco mesh comes in a huge variety of colors so you can choose a wintery hue and then deck it out with ornaments or wooden cutouts.

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3 Spell Something

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Adding letters to make a word adds a lot of flair to a wreath.

4 Christmas Balls

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Use all those excess ball ornaments to make something fabulous rather than letting them collect dust in the attic.

5 Grapevine Wreath with Monogram

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This wreath is simple, but the colors and design are elegant and lovely for any front door.

6 For the Kids

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Use foam to cut out mittens and let your kids make a wreath of their very own.

7 Blue Silk and Snowflakes

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This wreath is easy to make. Simply hot glue blue silk (or satin) to a wreath form, then add some sparkly snowflakes.

8 Winter Wonderland

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All the white, shiny stuff on this wreath makes it perfect for the wintertime.

9 Chevron Burlap Wreath

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This is a fun wreath to make and is great for the cold weather months.

10 Foliage and Berries

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Nothing is more wintery than some green pine boughs and berries. Use faux ones to create a wreath that you can use year after year.

11 Red with a Monogram

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The red gives this a festive holiday flair, but it also works throughout the winter.

12 White Tulle Glittery Snowflakes

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This wintery wreath would be great for a little girl. But I love it too!

13 Snowman for the Front Door

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Use three wreaths painted white to make this friendly snowman. Don't forget to give him a hat and scarf.

14 Pinecone Wreath

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A little bit of white spray paint quickly transforms pinecones into the perfect winter color.

15 Christmas Wreaths

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Celebrate the holidays with a fun wreath like this one. You could easily use different colors if you prefer.

16 Snowflakes All over

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Use inexpensive plastic snowflakes and a length of ribbon to make this stunning masterpiece.

17 Red and White Flowers

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Using silk flowers allows you to make a floral wreath even during the middle of winter.

18 Jingle Bells

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When the holidays roll around, you can't go wrong with some jingle bells on your wreath.

19 Fun and Colorful

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This wreath is definitely not lacking in color. Isn't it cute?

20 All Natural

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If you prefer a more natural look to your wreath, this combination of berries and pinecones should make you happy.

21 Red and White

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The great thing about a red and white wreath is that it works great for the holidays, but still looks wintery when they're over.

22 Candy Cane Holiday

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Recreate the feel and look of a candy cane with red and white yarn and decorations.

23 Frosty the Snowman

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Nothing says winter more than a friendly little snowman. This one is adorable!

24 White and Silver

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The color palette of this wreath makes it gorgeous for the entire winter season.

25 Yard Covered

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This wreath is easy to make. Simply cover styrofoam balls with various colors or yarn, then glue them to a wreath form.

26 Wood Cuttings

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Take a quick trip to your woodpile and you're sure to find just the right log to recreate this wonderful wintery wreath.

27 Mini Christmas Trees

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This is cute, simple and gives you the perfect presentation. What do you think?

28 Felt and Yarn

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If you're a crafter, you can probably raid your leftovers box and make something like this.

29 Reindeer Tulle Wreath

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What better way to welcome guests to your home than a cute reindeer?

30 Owl Wreath

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A cute little white owl is a great wintery embellishment for your wreath.

31 Pearly All over

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The white color and the shiny look of the wreath make this a wintery dream come true.

Do you change out your wreaths with the seasons and holidays? I love creating new ones all the time. Luckily, it's a pretty inexpensive hobby. Which one of these is your favorite?

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