Holiday Wreath

INSIDE : Learn how to make a stunning abstract Holiday Wreath using silk flowers and berries. Hang it in your home on the wall or on your front door.

 I’ve teamed up with some amazing ladies and we are all posting our takes on a Holiday Wreath today.  So, be sure to check at the end of my post to see links to all the other creative ideas, too!

I’m so excited to be sharing my simple but festive Holiday Wreath with you today.

What supplies do I need to make this wreath for Christmas?

First, I went to my local Hobby Lobby and bought my three supplies.

Grapevine wreath
Bouquet of vibrant green silk leaves
Three small twigs of crystal covered berries

I was half convinced to be done after just setting the leaves and berries on the wreath for my “supply shot”… isn’t it so beautiful in it’s simplicity?

holiday wreath supplies,

How do I make a Holiday wreath?

I cut off about a million of the leaves from the base of the silk plant.  Starting at the top center of the wreath, start hot.gluing the leaves with the cut area facing inward.  The idea with this wreath is layering.

holiday wreath steps,
Lots and lots and lots of layering.  I kept glueing until you couldn’t see anymore of the grapevine wreath.
 holiday wreath layering,
Next, I then pulled off all the small glittery red berries.  Starting at the inner / top, I started hot.glueing the berries.  I only glued them on the inside of wreath.
holiday wreath berries,
I loved the simplicity of the materials and colors.
holiday wreath done,

Lastly, using a simple red ribbon, tie and hang your wreath on the front door.

Christmas wreath,
Christmas wreath,
Thanks for stopping by and checking out my Holiday Wreath.  Don’t forget to show some love to the other amazing nine bloggers who joined me today on our Holiday Wreath Blog Hop!
1. Katie from Upcycled Treasures
2. Corey from TinySidekick
5. Maggie from The Love Nerds
6. Krista from The Happy Housie
7. Kelly from Miss Information Blog
8. Sharon from Blue Willow House
9. Brooke fromDesigned by BH

10. Lisa from Before Meets After

If you’re looking for other wreaths, you might like these…

1-Wooden Flower Wreath
1a-Dried Pampas Grass Wreath DIY
1-DIY Simple Evergreen Wreath
1-Family Holiday Wreath
1- Boho Thanksgiving Minimal Wreath
1-Buffalo Check holiday wreath
1 Spring Grapevine Wreath
1 Yarn Wrapped Twig Wreath
1 Colorful Spring Wreath
1 DIY Mini Washi Tape Wreaths
Spoon Holiday Wreath,
1 Coffee Filter Wreath
1 Valentines Day wreath
1 holiday wreath



16 thoughts on “Holiday Wreath

    1. Antonella, thanks for all the love. It actually didn’t take too long. I did it during my kid’s nap! I’d love to stop by and see you stuff, thanks for the invite!

  1. I love how unique it is, and the colors are beautiful! What a great group of 10 wreaths you girls put together! Thanks so much for sharing at Get Your DIY On! I hope to see you tomorrow at 7 pm EST to link up your ornament tutorials! Have a great weekend!

    ~Abby =)

  2. This is AWESOME!!!! I thought it was feathers at first! I’m pinning this one to our board! Thanks for sharing on DIY Sunday Showcase.


  3. Hey Amy! It’s Deonna from the Child at Heart blog! Thank you so much for linking up at the Merriest Blog Hop! I can’t wait to see all of your holiday ideas…This is such a unique wreath. Those colors are great together…I love using nontraditional greens for Christmas. Very creative and fun! The other wreaths are great too. The Santa Belt one is so cute!

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