Dec 17

DIY Holiday Wreaths

DIY Holiday Wreaths

Have you decorated your Berry Farms apartment for the holiday season? If not, today’s post can help you out! We’re sharing a list of some great wreaths for you to make at your apartment. Get crafty and creative and enjoy your holiday season here in North Andover, MA!


Natural Seasonal Wreath

This natural seasonal wreath is so beautiful and will add a touch of the outdoors to your apartment this month. This DIY comes from Treasures and Travels Blog. To make this wreath you’ll need assorted greenery, long flexible twigs, an assortment of twigs, wire, and scissors. Find some of these items at a local floral shop or in the outdoors if you can. This blog post also gives this tip: “We decided to use greenery that would still look nice once it is dried, so that we could leave this wreath up all season long.” Enjoy this pretty wreath this season!


New Year’s Eve Wreath DIY

After the major December holidays are over, it’s time to decorate for the celebration of the new year. This DIY is perfect especially if you’re planning to throw a New Year’s Eve party. This project comes from Mom Dot. To make this you’ll need a large wreath (theirs was 3.5 feet across), plastic wine glasses, empty Martinelli’s Sparkling Apple Cider bottles, letters that spell our “New Year”, spray paint, hot glue, flower wire, and other small decor items such as garland, curley cues, and ornaments.


Ornament Wreath

This wreath is a great one to hang in your living room as a beautiful holiday decor piece. This DIY comes from Living Artfully. To make this you’ll need an 18 inch evergreen wreath, about 80 large and medium sized metallic bulb ornaments, and a glue gun and glue sticks.


DIY Winter Wreath

Here’s another natural looking and beautiful seasonal wreath for your apartment. This project comes from Style Me Pretty. To make this you’ll need floral clippers, ribbon shears, wire, green floral sticks, grape vine wreaths, 2-3 varieties of greens, pine cones, tallow berries, and velvet ribbon.


Do you decorate for the seasons? What home decor tips do you have for the winter and holiday season? Share with us in the comments below!

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