It’s both easy and rewarding to craft your own wreath – and you’ll wind up with something more beautiful than anything store-bought. Click through to find beautiful holiday wreath ideas for every space and style.

Pine & Dandy Wreath
Strike a rustic note with a wreath of fallen pine cones presented as a one-of-a-kind snowflake.

Square Wreath    
To create a striking square wreath, add fresh greenery to an artificial base like this one. Then pick a ribbon that complements your festive scheme and tie it around the center to create a hanging loop.

Yarn Wreath    
A yarn-wrapped wreath is a colorful focal point with staying power.

Simple Boxwood Wreath    
Keep boxwood stems unadorned for a fresh and organic look.

Sage Wreath    
This lush sage wreath is mounted with a length of rustic burlap.

White Felt Wreath    
For a fresh take on the classic Christmas wreath, fill a frame in soft, three dimensional forms.

Wreath Door Hanging    
Create a warm welcome by joining three wreaths with a handsome tartan ribbon.

Candy Wreath    
For a sophisticated look, wrap a trio of mini-wreaths in old-fashioned candies.

Card Wreath  
Instead of littering the mantel, transform tags, photos and Christmas cards into a decorative wreath.

Cookie Wreath  
Sweeten a dinner party with a sugar-dusted wreath made from gingerbread stars.

Mixed Berries Wreath    
Embellish a store-bought wreath with fresh eucalyptus and plump faux berries.

Tissue Paper Wreath    
Use bright tissue paper to transform inexpensive picture frames into colorful Christmas wreaths.

Monogram Wreath    
Put a preppy spin on the traditional boxwood wreath by working branches into a shapely letter.

Modern Fruit Wreath    
Choose a boxy frame to give a traditional fruit-and-greens wreath a modern feel.

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