How to Make a Wreath for Your Front Door

Jonathan Fong (1, 3, 4); Tonia Larson (2)

From the pastel colors of spring to the bold colors of Halloween, wreaths bring a touch of whimsy and charm to your entryway, no matter the season. Here are 17 beautiful wreaths that will add some serious style to your door decor throughout the year.

1. Autumn Harvest Wreath

Welcome autumn with this wreath full of the season’s bounty. Pumpkins and pinecones capture the elements of fall, especially when paired with dried wheat and wildflowers. And the rich colors of the harvest add warmth to your space.

Jonathan Fong

2. Recycled Grocery Bag Wreath

This fall-inspired wreath upcycles old grocery bags. The leaves and rosettes have texture, and the monochromatic look is neutral enough to fit in with any décor. Reduce, reuse and recycle to your heart’s content.

Tim & Mary Vidra

3. Cozy Flannel Wreath

Celebrate sweater weather with this cozy flannel design. It echoes the familiar ritual of bundling up during the cooler months and adds a warm and fuzzy sentiment to your doorstep. Guests will definitely want to seek shelter at your place.

Jonathan Fong

4. Fresh Herbs Wreath

This wreath of fresh herbs is both functional and decorative. Hang it in the kitchen window, and it’s an easy-to-reach garden that you can pull from as you cook. Hang it on a door, and it will perfume your entryway and greet passersby with soothing herbal scents.

Jonathan Fong

5. Hanukkah Wreath

A yarn-wrapped wreath in the traditional colors of Hanukkah celebrates the Festival of Lights. You can easily customize it by adding decorative elements such as beads and a wooden menorah or dreidel placard.

Angie Diersman

6. Valentine’s Day Wreath

Be still the hearts of your guests with this Valentine’s Day-themed creation. The pink and purple butterflies are flirty while the rosettes crafted from book pages add a nostalgic quality. Watch out for Cupid’s arrows!

Jonathan Fong

7. Easter Egg Wreath

You’ll definitely make the Easter Bunny feel right at home by hanging this eggscellent wreath. Speckled eggs, pastel colors and verdant moss celebrate all springtime has to offer.

Jonathan Fong

8. Patriotic Cupcake Liner Wreath

Go beyond confections and use cupcake liners to display your patriotism with this wreath. Its material will dazzle your fellow compatriots, and the abundance of red, white and blue will surely make ol’ Uncle Sam proud.

Tonia Larson

9. Colorful Paper Accordion Wreath

Add a pop of color with this bright accordion-style paper wreath. It will instantly gussy up your party space yet is inexpensive and easy to assemble. Less time decorating means more time to enjoy the party!

Victoria Hudgins

10. Halloween Wreath

Trick-or-treaters will get all googly-eyed when they see this spooktacular Halloween-themed wreath. Glow-in-the-dark paint makes it showy both day and night for visitors.

Megan Andersen

11. Sewing-Lover’s Wreath

Have a seamstress or tailor in the family? Or someone who loves to quilt? This sewing-inspired wreath is sure to delight. From buttons to spools of thread, it’s the perfect accessory to hang on the sewing or craft room door and so cute it may just inspire a sewing circle to gather.

Jonathan Fong

12. Embossed Foil Leaf Wreath

Add a bit of glam to your space with an embossed foil wreath. The metallic leaves are festive for both fall or holiday decor, and the gold is sure to shimmer and sparkle under the lights.

Lucy Akins

13. Holly Wreath

Bring greenery and good cheer to your door with a classic holly wreath. Combining the merry and bright colors of the season, the fresh red berries and spiky green leaves offer a long-lasting option for decking the halls.

Jonathan Fong

14. Chicken Wire Wreath

A chicken wire wreath lends a flexible hand to your holiday decorating, since you can switch out the contents with the changing seasons. Pine cones and ornaments are festive for the winter holidays, but let your imagination run free with the possibilities.

Tonia Larson

15. Chili Pepper Wreath

Spice up your door decor with a bold chili pepper wreath. The fiery red peppers fittingly mimic a sunburst pattern, and the raffia ribbon ties it off with a rustic finish.

Jonathan Fong

16. Pencil Wreath

You'll get straight As for style when you usher in the back-to-school season with an adorable pencil wreath. The chalkboard center allows you to change up fun notes throughout the school year.

Jonathan Fong

17. Candy Corn Wreath

If you prefer your Halloween decor more on the sweet side than the spooky, try this candy corn wreath. The bright colors make a bold statement that is sure to delight trick-or-treaters.

Jonathan Fong

Which wreath is your favorite? Let us know in the comments below!