Grab that big bag of bows from the dollar store and create door decor that has way more impact that one lonely bow on gift box ever could.
It’s a rare occasion that you can hang shiny, colorful orbs all around your house just for fun. Lean way into the Christmas tradition with this truly impressive wreath.
A Twist on Holly
Smooth mangolia leaves studded with tiny red ornaments look like a more voluminous (and less pointy) holly branch.
Alternate red and white canning lid rings to create a wreath that mimics a fresh peppermint.
All That Glitters
This super sparkly wreath dazzles your guests even before they step foot into your home.
Piles of Presents
Hang this cheeky wreath as a reminder to be generous this holiday season. ‘Tis the season of giving, after all.
Fabric scraps in Christmas colors turn a simple wreath form into homespun decor.
A chic take on holiday greens, this fresh sage wreath looks beautiful even as the herbs dry.
Channel The Nutcracker with this happy-hued wreath covered in gumdrops (just avoid hanging it outside, and spray it with a shellac to keep bugs away).
Faux red and white berries celebrate the holiday season with a classic look.
Pair a burlap riboon with craft-store wood slices for a cozy, neutral craft that looks at home in any room.
Wrapping Paper Trick
When you’re done wrapping gifts, turn the inevitable leftover paper into this clever wreath.
These super-festive designs will make any door sparkle. This article originally appeared ongoodhousekeeping.com