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Easy Repurposed Wreaths for the Holidays
Use everyday materials to craft a wreath with extraordinary style.
Written and Photographed by Jickie Torres
  • You don’t need to be a craft queen to create a unique piece of holiday decor just for you. One of the best parts of decorating for the holidays is finding–or making– accents and that are special and unique to your home.
     
    These wreath ideas come together with little else than some glue and a pair of scissors– some of these ideas don’t need any tools at all! Using a few everyday items and some simple tricks, you can create a fun eye-catching Christmas accents that may just be your next holiday tradition. 

    Let It Snow.

    Brown-paper packaging and pages torn from an old book are upcycled into a delightful paper craft, thanks to a classic grade-school project—snowflake cutting. Need a refresher? Fold a square piece of paper in half to form a triangle; then fold it in half again. Fold it once more into thirds and cut notches, holes and dips into the edges to create a six-sided snowflake.

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  • You don’t need to be a craft queen to create a unique piece of holiday decor just for you. One of the best parts of decorating for the holidays is finding–or making– accents and that are special and unique to your home.
     
    These wreath ideas come together with little else than some glue and a pair of scissors– some of these ideas don’t need any tools at all! Using a few everyday items and some simple tricks, you can create a fun eye-catching Christmas accents that may just be your next holiday tradition. 

    Burlap Beauty.

    Store-bought fabric flowers in this rustic material form a pretty and pastoral holiday wreath when done in shades of crimson and brown. Choose a plastic-foam wreath so that straight pins easily hold the flowers in place.

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  • You don’t need to be a craft queen to create a unique piece of holiday decor just for you. One of the best parts of decorating for the holidays is finding–or making– accents and that are special and unique to your home.
     
    These wreath ideas come together with little else than some glue and a pair of scissors– some of these ideas don’t need any tools at all! Using a few everyday items and some simple tricks, you can create a fun eye-catching Christmas accents that may just be your next holiday tradition. 

    A Warm Greeting.

    Try this quick and easy wreath made from a classic winter accessory — scarves! Simply wrap a scarf around a wreath form — any type will do — and overlap edges for a casual and whimsical take.

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  • You don’t need to be a craft queen to create a unique piece of holiday decor just for you. One of the best parts of decorating for the holidays is finding–or making– accents and that are special and unique to your home.
     
    These wreath ideas come together with little else than some glue and a pair of scissors– some of these ideas don’t need any tools at all! Using a few everyday items and some simple tricks, you can create a fun eye-catching Christmas accents that may just be your next holiday tradition. 

    Drink This One Up!

    If you’ve thrown any DIY parties this year, chances are you have these paper straws on hand. Glue them onto a flat, circular cardstock ring — or make your own from a sturdy paper plate! Silver bells encircle the center to cover up any glue-gun mistakes and add a festive shine to this mod style.

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