Winter White Holiday Wreath

Well, now that Halloween is over, I am switching gears and turning on my Christmas music!  It is going to be here before you know it, so I am jumping right in with two feet today and giving you some great ideas for holiday wreaths.  I'm thrilled to be joining Ariel from PMQfortwo for a holiday wreath hop.  There's going to be a ton of ideas for you to get your creative juices flowing!  So grab your glue gun and a cup of coffee and join us.

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For my wreath, I really wanted something that could stay up past the holidays.  I went with neutral winter whites, flannel, and pompoms to give it lots of texture.  The neutral palette will blend seamlessly with my decor and will be beautiful on display well into the new year.

Winter White Holiday Wreath

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Supplies:

Foam wreath

Knitting yarn ( I chose this one in Ivory)

Fabric strips

Glue Gun

 Pompom maker

Yarn to make pompoms

Instructions:

  1. First I began by wrapping my knitting yarn and gluing with my glue gun every few inches to secure it to the foam wreath.  Snip the end when complete and secure with glue.
  2. Next, I made strips out of my flannel fabric.  I then glued those onto the wreath.  I thought it looked best to have six even sections.
  3. Using a pompom maker, I made about 10 pompoms  in white and gray.
  4. Hot glue the pompoms  into a bunch as an accent to your wreath

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It will be perfect either above our mantel or in the window in my office.

 

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Let's see what other great ideas my blogging partners came up with for this challenge! 

Up to Date Interiors // Cottage in the Oaks // Architecture of a Mom

Nourish & Nestle // KS Craft Shack // My Life From Home

Craft & Tell // The Uncommon Law // Monica Wants It

Twelve On Main // PMQ for two // Atta Girl Says

The DIY Mommy // Flourish and knot // Maggie Overby Studios

Hey Fitzy // Domicile 37 // Our Crafty Mom

This Is Our Bliss // Timeless Creations // PMQ for two

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To life feeling like home!

XO,

  1. This is such a fun winter time craft! Thanks so much for the inspiration. I can’t wait to make it!

    {BIG hugs}
    ~ Ashley

  2. That’s so cute! Thanks for sharing with us at the Funtastic Friday linky party!

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  6. Lindsey says:

    What a simple yet elegant wreath! Looks super easy to make too!

  7. Sara Syrett says:

    This is so simple and classy! Love it!

  8. Your wreath is pretty and creative. Thanks for sharing on Family Joy Blog Linkup. Come back again!

  9. This wreath is so cute and perfect for winter!

  10. This is so cute, I love the coziness of it!

  11. Sarah says:

    I love how it turned out! So warm and cozy for winter. The flannel fabric looks so perfect with the chunky yarn!

  12. I Love how this turned out! So cozy and perfect for the Winter Season. 🙂 Very very Cute

  13. BonBon says:

    Really cute wreath. Love the white with flannel.

  14. Kathy says:

    Winter white always looks so pretty! I really like how your wreath turned out. It’s a lovely contrast against the dark wood.

  15. Sarah says:

    I have a great old flannel shirt that I could totally use to make something like this!! Thank you so much for the inspiration. It is just lovely.

  16. I’ve been seeing that big fat yarn and wondering what I could do with it, this is a perfect project for it! Love the rustic combination with the flannel.

  17. Rachel says:

    Flannel and pompoms makes this wreath so cozy! Love it!

  18. Amanda says:

    It looks so cute – I love the texture!!

  19. michelle says:

    This is so pretty! I love the addition of the flannel! I so want to make one! Thanks for the inspiration!

  20. jessica says:

    This is so cute!! I was wondering how you got that textured on the wreath. I thought you used a sweater sleeve. So cool!

  21. becki says:

    Wow! Just love the pairing of textures on this wreath!

  22. Tamy says:

    I love the yarn you used to create the base of your wreath. It looks perfect for the upcoming holidays. And those pom poms….love them. I really need to make some for myself!!!

  23. This just makes me feel so cozy and warm!

  24. Kristen says:

    Ok that yarn is the coolest stuff ever! Pairing it with the plaid and pom poms is beautiful! Great job.

  25. Ariel says:

    Such a great idea 🙂 i like that the yarn is big enough to create an even spiral, and that you used tweed as ribbon! From small I couldn’t tell that it was plaid, and thought it was a cool tie-dye ribbon.
    The pom poms MAKE it! XOXO

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