Hey there! Let’s chat about Year-Round Wreath Ideas and why I adore them. Wreaths are not just for the holiday season anymore.
They have become a fun and versatile way to decorate our homes yearly.
What’s incredible about year-round wreaths is that they allow us to express our creativity and add a touch of personality to our living spaces.
Whether hanging on our front doors, adorning a wall, or even being used as a centerpiece, wreaths can spruce up any area instantly.
One of the reasons I love year-round wreaths is their ability to reflect the changing seasons. They can capture the vibrant colors of spring with blossoming flowers and fresh greenery.
A wreath filled with tulips, daisies, or lavender can instantly bring a burst of life into any room.
Moving into summer, we can embrace the sunnier vibes by incorporating bright and bold elements like yellow sunflowers or tropical leaves.
A summer wreath can transport you to a sunny beach or a breezy garden, even if you’re stuck indoors.
When fall arrives, we have the perfect opportunity to celebrate the cozy and rustic charm of the season.
Think about wreaths adorned with autumnal foliage, mini pumpkins, pinecones, and perhaps a cute scarecrow. It’s like bringing the essence of a pumpkin patch right to your doorstep.
Winter wreaths, of course, have their special magic. We can deck them out with holly, berries, and pinecones to create a festive atmosphere during the holiday season.
But even after the tinsel has been put away, a winter wreath can still add a touch of elegance with frosted pine branches or sparkling ornaments.
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Beyond the seasons, year-round wreaths offer endless possibilities. You can design minimalist designs using dried flowers and simple foliage or get creative with themed wreaths that reflect your hobbies or interests.
Maybe you’re a fan of seashells, feathers, or succulents – there’s a wreath for every taste.
The best part about year-round wreaths is that they can be easily customized and updated. You can swap out elements to match your changing moods or even create multiple wreaths for different areas of your home.
Making your own wreaths can be a fun and therapeutic DIY project that lets you infuse your personal touch into every creation.
Personal Note from Janine
Yesterday, my husband and I went hiking in the beautiful hills nearby. On the trail, I couldn’t resist picking some fragrant bay leaves from the plentiful trees.
As I collected the leaves, an idea struck me. I thought about making another bay leaf wreath similar to the ones I had made in the past. I had previously created a lovely wreath adorned my stove hood, making it convenient for me to grab dried leaves while cooking.
I adore wreaths that contain foraged materials. Take a moment to explore your surroundings and see what items you can gather to create a unique wreath.
Once complete, you can display it on your front door or hang it on the walls of your home, allowing you to enjoy its beauty throughout the year.
This Week’s Inspiration – Year-Round Wreath Ideas
This Book Page Wreath uses pages shaped like cones. Crafters call this wreath a Dahalia book page wreath.
So for this project, you’ll need only a few supplies, book pages, glue, and a wreath form. This wreath is stunning and inexpensive to create!
This project is a simpler version of How to Make a Vintage Ornament Wreath. Over the years, I made an ornament wreath and wasn’t too excited to sacrifice my precious ornaments.
So, I came up with a new way to attach them without glue. Also, the fantastic thing about this wreath is that you can change the ornaments each year to match your holiday decor!
I love this time of year when all the hydrangeas turn royal colors. I decided to share my Dried Hydrangea Wreath Tutorial with you this fall.
This simple wreath is gorgeous with its purples, blues, and deep green flowers. Use your flowers from your garden or buy them from a store.
This Easy Pink Rose Wreath is natural, dainty, and pretty. It only takes a few minutes to create, and it’s pretty inexpensive. I dried my store-bought roses and added a few homegrown hydrangea blossoms to the grapevine wreath.
The results are a homemade romantic rose wreath that looks gorgeous on a windowpane, wall, door, or mantel.
This winter everything is coming up pom-poms. Today, I’m sharing with you an Easy Pom-Pom Wreath DIY!
Pom poms are super easy to make and no special equipment is required. Make your wreath any size that fits your home!
Learn how to make a gorgeous Paper Rosette Wreath with floral paper plates. I show how to make these paper flowers in this simple tutorial.
This wreath is a relatively inexpensive wreath to create, and it just requires a little bit of time. But, the time commitment is well worth the effort since this handmade paper wreath is stunning.
This paper wreath DIY combines paper flowers on a foam wreath. The flowers on this tissue paper wreath are a blend of paper roses and anemone flowers.
Make it with light colors for a spring wreath, or choose different shades of paper for the holiday season. Place this gorgeous wreath on your wall or a bookshelf.
Make a fall wreath or garland for your autumn home decorations. Here’s an easy Paper Wreath DIY that uses recycled paper bag leaves.
You’ll need a few things for this project, like a grocery store paper bag, scissors, glue, a grapevine wreath, and a white chalk pen, to name a few.
This White Daisy Wreath DIY is an easy project. And it’s a perfect spring or summer wreath for inside your home and on your front door.
Even if you’re not a crafty person, you’ll have no problem making this simple wreath.
Here’s a unique Lemon Wreath DIY made out of paper. The pretty yellow and pink patterned paper sets this off among the traditional wreaths.
Its bright and cheerful style reminds me of pink lemonade. You don’t have to be too crafty to make this pretty spring/summer wreath.
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Pottery Barn is known for their stunning rugs, but let’s be honest; they can be crazy expensive. And that’s where the magic of dupes comes in!
With a dupe like this, you get the best of both worlds. You can elevate your living space with a rug that looks like it stepped out of a Pottery Barn catalog.
My Favorite Things – Year-Round Wreath Ideas
I love making wreaths, especially for winter. Today I am sharing how to make a pine cone wreath that was fun to make from Leslie.
Natural dye and a layered look make this shell wreath project a must for summer decorating. Join Martha to create this decoration.
The colors are perfect for summer and it looks pretty on our dutch door. It doesn’t take much talent to make a beautiful summer poppy wreath. Create this wreath with Jackie.
This Fall fairy garden wreath is an ode to all things mini, and it’s a craft that both you and your kids will enjoy creating! Join Christina for the tutorial.
This tutorial is a great way to make your own Christmas wreath that looks expensive for way, way less. Create a wreath like this with Laura!
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Have you seen the pretty wreaths over on Etsy? Today, I’m sharing how to make one in this Felt Wreath DIY post.
You’ll be happy to know that you can change the felt colors and create a pretty Christmas wreath or, for that matter, a fall wreath. The beauty of this project is that you can make it whatever color matches your decor.
This easy and adorable fuzzy blue Bunny Tail Wreath is fabulous. Create small bouquets of the dried grass and then attach them to a wreath.
Bunny Tails are grass comes in many colors. So choose what style you prefer and personalize your wreath.
This unique DIY Fall Leaf Wreath is made of pretty plaid flannel fabric. Place the leaves on a grapevine wreath and add it to your fall home decor.
I’ve always loved fall leaves, so I added some paper leaves covered with pretty flannel plaid fabric. They are warm and inviting and they are a fun fall accent.
Make this DIY Spring Wreath for a front door, mantel, bookshelf, or walls. It’s an easy floral wreath that you can make in under 60 minutes.
This wreath is perfect for spring decorating if your home needs some refreshing. It’s a pretty and straightforward wreath to make and is a beautiful addition to a wall, mantel, or door.
Make this Yarn Wreath DIY with Ornaments for the holidays! This wool wreath is simple to make even though it looks hand-knitted.
This original design is something that I created the other day, and I added a few cute ornaments to make it festive. Add whatever colors that go with your home decor. That’s the beauty of this craft project.
This Week’s Tip – Etsy Wreaths
Etsy Homemade Wreaths
If you lack the time to create a wreath, Etsy offers a vast selection of cozy and homemade options.
Etsy provides a range of wreaths for various occasions, including holidays, seasons, and everyday decor. There is something for every occasion.
Plus, you can enjoy the beautiful look of a wreath without having to make it personally.
Latest Obsession – Succulent Wreaths
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I’m obsessed with succulent wreaths, and my dear friend Leslie crafted an incredible one.
Although I’ve had unsuccessful attempts at making my own, resulting in the succulents wilting and perishing, I might give it another shot by creating a smaller version to test the waters.
If you have an abundance of succulents in your garden, I highly recommend checking out Leslie’s tutorial for valuable insights!
In conclusion, year-round wreaths are my absolute favorite because they allow us to showcase our style and keep our spaces lively all year.
With their versatility, beauty, and ability to evoke the spirit of each season, they bring joy and charm wherever they hang.
So, adorn your home with wreaths that make you smile – because they are a year-round delight!
Have a great weekend,