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Christmas decorations are incomplete without Christmas wreaths. Read more to find some popular Christmas Wreath Crafts.

Christmas Wreath Crafts

Christmas celebrations can't be thought of without Christmas tree, mouthwatering Christmas goodies, Santa Claus and Christmas wreaths. Whether hung above a fireplace or hung on the front door, Christmas wreath announces the arrival of holiday season. Christmas Wreath is a symbol of life and hope. They not only enhance the festive feel of the occasion but also increase the beauty of the decoration by manifolds. From the ones made with twisted grapevines to the artificial ones, there is a large variety of Christmas wreaths available during Christmas season. This Christmas season, sparkle your home by trying unique wreath crafts. A little effort and a dash of creativity is what you require! So, this season, make your beautiful Christmas wreaths and adorn them with red bows, jingling bells, Christmas balls and beads. Here are some of the popular Christmas wreath crafts. Choose the one, you wish to try and indulge in Christmas spirit!

Popular Christmas Wreath Crafts

Christmas Wreath With Berries

What You Need
  • 1 Wood craft ring
  • 1 Bunch of artificial berries
  • 2 packets green crinkled, shredded paper
  • Ribbon
  • 1 Sheet of green paper
  • Scissors
  • Craft glue
How To Make
  • Trace the wooden ring on the green paper.
  • Cut the ring along with the centre.
  • Next, using craft glue paste the green paper ring onto the wooden ring.
  • Take shredded, crinkled green paper and paste it on to the green ring in such a way that you cover the entire ring. Then, glue the berries individually on to the green crinkled paper, as you desire.
  • To make your wreath more attractive make a bow of red ribbon and stick it on to the wreath.
Pine Cone Wreath

What You Need
  • Wire hanger
  • 8 or more pine cones
  • Strong adhesive tape
  • Red beads
  • Craft foam
  • Hot glue
  • Scissors
How To Make
  • First, cut the wire coat hanger into half.
  • Use half of the hanger to form a circle.
  • Wind the two ends together.
  • Protect the ends and cover the entire circle with a tape. Covering it with a tape will provide pine cones a better surface to stick on to.
  • Once the circle is ready, stick the pine cones using hot glue.
  • Make ribbon and holly out of crafting foam and add it to your wreath.
  • Use red beads for holly berries
  • Your wreath is ready.
Leaf Wreath

What You Need
  • Approximately 16 pre-cut craft foam leaf shapes (each about 2" long
  • 7" paper plate
  • One twist tie or one 4" piece of pipe cleaner
  • 14" piece of raffia or pre-made raffia bow
  • Craft glue
  • Brown crayon
  • Masking tap
How To Make
  • Start with cutting the rim off the plate.
  • You will be left with a circle, which is approximately 5 1/4" across.
  • Cut out a 3 1/4" hole in the centre of the circle to give it a shape of the wreath. (The simplest way to do this is to find something in the home, which is of the same size. Trace it and then cut it out. You can use kitchen cups for this job.)
  • The plain white side (back side)of the plate will serve as the front of your wreath.
  • Color the entire white surface using brown crayon.
  • On the other side, you will need a hanger to hang your wreath when it's done. To make a hanger, twist the ends of a twist tie or pipe cleaner together to form a loop.
  • Tape the twisted ends of the twist pipe to the printed side of the paper plate. 
  •  Next, decide on the arrangement of leaves on your wreath. And then glue them in place making sure that hanging loop is at the top. (Tip: An easy way to stick the leaves is by spreading the craft glue on the cardboard circle. Next, place the leaves directly on the glued surface.)
  •  Make a bow from the raffia and paste it on to the wreath.