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Does anyone else get the Christmas decorating bug once Halloween passes? I do! I get so excited to decorate and create a magical space for my kids! What I don’t like is all the expensive decorations. I’m a frugal mama, especially in this season, where we’ve moved across the country, and we are saving as much as possible for future remodels. So, off to explore the DIY options for wreaths this year. Here’s what I found!

Style Me Pretty has this Gorgeous tutorial that is simple for any front door!

This gorgeous piece is from Shades of Blue Interior. You HAVE to check out her post for more tablescape inspo and Holiday decor ideas!

This one is from Remodelaholic and you can make it in an hour according to her tutorial!

This is a less-traditional, yet gorgeous idea from Six Sisters Stuff

A fabulous and unique tutorial for this wreath is over at An Extraordinary Day.

This is another JOY wreath I fell in love with over at Homemade Ginger.

Paper n Stitch Blog put together a beautiful and elegant holiday wreath workshop, and I am pretty positive I am making this this year!

Here is a traditional wreath from Fyndesigns. 

This one is oh-so-elegant from Cheetah Is The New Black. You can craft it with any holiday color flowers you like!

This is a quick and simple burlap wreath from Love of Family and Home.

This is a winter welcome wreath from Feelings of Joy.

This is a beautiful blue and white wreath from 100 Layer Cake.

These are so simple it’s crazy, yet they look so elegant! Find the tutorial at Lemon Thistle!

She walks us through step by step (her photos are gorgeous!) on how to make this! Amazing, over at Design Love Fest.

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  1. Jen at Satsuma Designs Reply

    Happy holidays! What a beautiful selection of wreaths. I just pinned them all! Thanks so much for creating great content to share and enjoy. Best, Jen

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