Farmhouse Christmas Wreaths Ideas Just in Time for the Holidays

Christmas wreaths are a staple for holiday decor and they can be so versatile. However, I’ve always been a farmhouse fan and this year I’ve been thinking of making a farmhouse Christmas wreath.

If you’d like to make such a project yourself, you’ll need to follow a few basic rules. You’ll need some natural elements such as pine sprays, grapevine, and pinecones, as well as some rustic looking items such as bells, bows, and burlap. The farmhouse Christmas wreaths I’m sharing today are very creative so I’m hoping they will help you get some ideas on how you make your own!

Farmhouse Christmas Wreaths Ideas

  1. How To Make A Farmhouse Christmas Wreath from simplydesigning.porch.com
  2. DIY Christmas Wreath from worthingcourtblog.com
  3. DIY Rustic Cotton Wreath from lizmarieblog.com
  4. DIY Christmas Boxwood Wreaths from town-n-country-living.com
  5. Modern Farmhouse Christmas Wreath from cherishedbliss.com
  6. Christmas Wreath And Mantel from confessionsofaserialdiyer.com
  7. Faux Boxwood Wreath That Lights Up from pastelsandmacarons.com
  8. Simple Farmhouse Embroidery Hoop Wreath from raggedy-bits.com
  9. DIY Cozy, Candle-Lit, Plaid Flannel Wreath from craftsncoffee.com
  10. DIY Wine Barrel Ring Christmas Wreath from thepaintedhinge.com
  11. Rustic Blue Christmas Wreath from maisondepax.com
  12. Simple Christmas Wreath from theinspiredhive.com
  13. DIY Snow Flocked Wreath from artsychicksrule.com
  14. Shabby Chic Dropcloth Rag Christmas Wreath from thediymommy.com
  15. Burlap And Flannel Christmas Wreath from littlehouseoffour.com
  16. Giant, Oversized Christmas Wreath from shabbyfufublog.com
  17. Burlap Banner Evergreen Christmas Wreath from littleredbrickhouse.com
  18. DIY Christmas Wreath With Rustic Bells from blog.consumercrafts.com
  19. DIY Christmas Swag Wreath from cleanandscentsible.com
  20. Easy 5 Minute Gorgeous Christmas Wreath from frenchcountrycottage.net

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As the father of 5 and head of the household, I am often looking for the next best thing when it comes to my family. I enjoy trying new products and am excited about delving further into the tech world my wife and teens know so much about. You can also find me on Twitter: @dodomesticdad

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