Burlap Christmas Wreath

Looking for Christmas Wreaths to Make?

This is one wreath you’ll definitely want to make this holiday season! Its super easy to make, requires few supplies and is fantastic for all skill levels! Plus it could easily transition to be a winter wreath for January.

christmas wreath idea
 I am so excited to show you my door decor for the Christmas season! I absolutely love it. The white burlap wreath contrasts so nicely with my red front door. Some of my girlfriends came over and we made these together. We cut the burlap into strips and tied them onto a wreath form. This wreath looks great in other colors as well. {see my Halloween version of this wreath here}
Told you this was a Christmas Wreaths to make!
 Here’s an up close of the fabric flowers. I was recently shown how to make these cute fabric flowers. I think they are just so cute! Ok, so I’m a sucker for any fabric flower! But they are super easy and really cute. They look great on headbands and brooch pins.
**added later: click here for the wreath tutorial and here for the flower tutorial
If you make one of these wreaths, please send me a picture or link! I’ve love to see it :)
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Linda
Hi! I'm Linda, the craft addict behind Craftaholics Anonymous®, a craft blog. Crafting is cheaper than therapy, right? When not crafting, I can be found chasing my 2 small {but very energetic!} boys or playing with my new baby girl. Or shoe shopping... because you can never have too many shoes! Happy crafting! ♥
Linda

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  1. 51
    Jayne

    I like this so much!! Very pretty on your door! I see a burlap wreath in our future decor!
    Blessings,
    Jayne at mysongwithin

  2. 52
    Shannon @ Silver Trappings

    Oh, that is so cute!! Love it.

  3. 53
    laterg8r

    that is sooooo gorgeous! i want to go out and buy some burlap right now!!!! TFS :D

    i'll go vote for you RIGHT NOW LOL :D

  4. 54
    mydogsrule

    Beautiful job! I think I'll hitch a ride to the craft store with laterg8r! Great idea! :)

  5. 55
    Kimmy C

    OK. Your's totally blows mine out of the water! I love the white burlap and the buttons!

  6. 56
    Cynthia

    Very cool! I love fun, inexpensive home projects and those flowers are awesome.

  7. 57
    Michelle

    Cute, cute as always! Love it on the red door!

  8. 58
    The Style Sister

    Love love love the wreath! Soo cute.

    I am hosting a chocolate giveaway today on my blog stop on by and enter.

    Karin

    1. 60.1

      thank you, Stephanie! :) i’m so glad you stopped by!
      happy crafting,
      linda

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  10. 61
    Ellen

    Very cute! I love them!

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  13. 62

    Just wanted to say thank you so much for inspiring my roommate and I! We are both in college and our families don’t exactly celebrate Christmas anymore. Having freedom to celebrate this holiday in our home together is something we are looking forward to. Your website has given us incredible ideas, and you may even help us with a Christmas party we are planning! Thanks so much for putting your creativity out there and sharing it.

    -Carmen

  14. 63
    Gayle

    Tried this and loved it! Wanted to show you the pic, but couldn’t figure out how to do so. We actually have a door of similar color as the Christmas wreath, but I mixed regular burlap with the white and really liked it with holly berries.

    Thanks for sharing!
    Gayle

    1. 63.1

      Awesome! Thanks for coming back and letting me know! If you’d like me to show off your wreath on my FB page, you can email me a pic at craftaholicsanon at gmail dot com :)

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