Christmas Wreaths have different shapes and sizes, but they all say the same thing, “Merry Christmas.” They are inviting when on the front door of your home. They are festive above the fireplace. The possibilities of where you can hang them is only limited by your imagination.
Christmas Wreaths have significant meaning for the season. When you look up the definition this is what comes up and we love it! It’s unending shape represents eternity, for it has no beginning and no end. From a christian religious perspective, it represents an unending circle of life. The evergreen, most frequently used in making wreathes, symbolizes growth and everlasting life. If that doesn’t make you want to hang a Christmas wreath this season, not sure what would!
Christmas Wreaths have changed over the years. They are no longer just evergreen and holly with a bow. Even though that look is timeless. We love the imagination behind the wreaths we’ve gathered together and think you will too.
Little House Christmas Wreath by Life is a Party
Birch branches, Christmas greens and a few coat hangers are a great base for this original Christmas wreath! Mod Podged book pages on wooden stars, a little glitter and a sweet little house makes this wreath so welcoming. This peeks my interest at what kind of party is happening that involves this wreath over at Life is a Party, doesn’t it you?
“W” is for Wreath by Jaime Costiglio
Repurposing is something we love to do and this Christmas wreath couldn’t reinvent a sweater in a better way! You read that right. Jaime took a couple old sweaters and some other material and made rosettes for this rustic wreath. This one will warm your heart this Christmas for sure.
Christmas Decorating: The Kitchen by Miss Mustard Seed
Hanging a boxwood wreath above the range hood is inventive for sure. There is nothing simple about a boxwood wreath. There truly is nothing you need to add to them. So when Miss Mustard Seed hung her’s around the cow head (Julia) it shouted festive and we just had to make sure you didn’t miss seeing it!
My Holiday Door Wreath Alternative by Earnest Home Co.
What can we say about this cute little wicker deer head? He is adorable and so outside the Christmas wreaths box! The addition of a scarf warms him up for the winter. We love this little guy!
I’m Dreaming of a White…Felt Flower Christmas Wreath by Just a Girl & Her Blog
Dainty, snowy, innocent and exquisite are just a few words that come to our mind when we look at this white felt wreath. This one is for sure gorgeous for Christmas, but could be used during so many more Holidays.
Rustic Christmas Wreath and Blog Hop by Clean & Scentsible
Watching how this wreath was transformed from a fall wreath to a sweet snow kissed Christmas wreath is inspirational. The rustic simple feel to this wreath makes it possible for almost anyone to replicate. Hanging it on an old window gives off a nice farmhouse feel.
“Let it Snow” Christmas Wreath by The Happy Housie
This wreath makes us want to go Christmas caroling. “Let it Snow” is a song most Florida children have sung, but something they’ve never actually seen. The wreath gives a beautiful glimpse into a snowy forest in northern states. We love it!
Rustic Christmas Front Porch (Wicker Emporium) by A Pop of Pretty Blog
Do you adore the sled on Kerri’s Christmas wreath as much as we do? She added it to a wreath she had used the year before to give it a new feel. The ribbon and holly are a great contrast and pop of color to the wreath.
Christmas Front Porch by Our Southern Home
A teardrop formed wreath is for sure out of the box of the traditional wreath. It’s breathtaking! The bells are such a fun holiday touch. Plaid and deer are for sure trending this year and will be classic in years to come!
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Did you get the chance to check out our post on our Christmas entry way? Putting together this fragrant rosemary wreath brings so much holiday cheer! The bells remind us of the quote from the movie, It’s a Wonderful Life, “Every time a bell rings an angel gets his wings.” Add a bell to your wreath this year and see if it doesn’t help you get into the Christmas Spirit!
We hope this gets your imagination jump started and you’re ready to go create a non-traditional wreath or add a little newness to a wreath you’ve used in years past. No matter if your Christmas wreath is whimsical, rustic or elegant, hang it with pride!
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