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Burlap Christmas Wreath

Burlap Christmas Wreath

Looking for an easy Christmas wreath to make this year? Well, here is a great one for you! You can make this Christmas wreath in under one hour and is great for all crafting skill levels. Plus it costs only a few dollars per wreath to make! A perfect Christmas craft idea.

 For this year’s Christmas wreath, I made a green burlap “Holly Berry” wreath….at least that’s what it looks like! {haha} But isn’t it so pretty? {yes, i couldn’t help myself. i had to make *yet another* burlap wreath.} Colored burlap is just too fun to play with! The texture is awesome. Although the mess burlap creates…. is not so awesome. oh well. {here are tips and tricks on how to cut burlap and how to reduce the messiness. Its a great post with lots of helpful tips! I would highly recommend reading it if you plan to make this wreath}
 This wreath is similar to my Valentine’s Day wreath {you can find it here: Valentine’s Day Burlap wreath with Turotial}. I did a couple things differently though; I used a wire hanger and increased the burlap to 1.25 yards. I also cut each 3″ strip {using this Burlap Cutting Technique} to make this wreath.This wreath was so easy to make and looks stunning on a red front door! I get lots of compliments on it.
 The red burlap flowers remind me of holly berries on my Christmas wreath. {click her for the Burlap flower tutorial} I made them a little bigger so the proportion was better for the wreath.
Want to see last year’s Christmas wreath? I’m a bit torn on which one to hang this year. I love them both! which one do you like better?
happy crafting,
Linda
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About Linda@CraftaholicsAnonymous

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! ♥

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  1. 1
    Heather says:

    Go with this years! I love the green. :) I need to finish making my Christmas wreath. You're ahead of me :)

  2. 2
    Kelli @ RTSM says:

    Very cute! I have been holding onto some red burlap for a few months now…waiting for inspiration on a Christmas wreath!

  3. 3
    Jennifer says:

    Very pretty!!! Great job!

  4. 4
    BigBearswife says:

    so cute!! I love the flowers!

  5. 5
    Erin says:

    Okay I just barely made your christmas wreath from last year and now you have me torn wanting to make this one as well!!

  6. 6
    Erin says:

    Also, I'm pretty dumb when it comes to hanging wreaths. How are you hanging the wreath without seeing a wreath hanger or ribbon?

  7. 7
    stephaniegiese says:

    I say leave this one up until Christmas and then put last year's up until Valentine's Day! They are both adorable!

  8. 8
    I'm just Chris says:

    That's really nice as is your Valentine's wreath. I never would of thought of burlap! Very neat idea! Thanks for sharing with us =)

  9. 9
    Lou Cinda @ Tattered Hydrangeas says:

    This is adorable! I love it! The berries are just the perfect touch!

    Let me go look at last year's….

    Lou Cinda

  10. 10
    Lou Cinda @ Tattered Hydrangeas says:

    I'm back!! Love last year's wreath too, but I love the Green and Red combination this year….

    Love the new one best!

    Lou Cinda

  11. 11
    missbossypants says:

    k, first a quick question: Is the wreath green or grey? My monitor is showing grey, but all the comments say green!?!
    Anyways, I like this year's wreath for sure! I need to get some burlap!

  12. 12
    inday_adin says:

    That's pretty creative and pretty!

    Adin B

  13. 13
    Casey says:

    looks great!!

  14. 14
    Kim's Treasures says:

    It's beautiful!!!

  15. 15
    mindy Lynn Mortensen says:

    love the green wreath! I'm thinking of copying, but how did you do the flowers?

  16. 16
    Bombdigity says:

    I'm lovin this years wreath! The flowers are awesome, btw, great job!!

  17. 17
    Julie says:

    LOVE it! Is there a tutorial for the flowers someplace?

  18. 18
    Lourdes says:

    Lovely!!!
    Please, how did you do the flower?
    I have to do it!!!
    Great!

  19. 19
    Kat says:

    So beautiful!

  20. 20
    Steph says:

    Super cute! I just found your blog a few months ago and have been so inspired! I am having a girls' craft night tonight and am working on your wreath from last year. Question…how do you get the burlap so bunchy? I've just started on mine but it looks like it's not going to be as full as yours. :(

    Thanks & Happy Thanksgiving!
    S

  21. 21
    superh2ogirl says:

    Looks beautiful! I wish I had more time to create gorgeous things like this. Take care!

    -Nicole
    http://www.craftmysoul.blogspot.com

  22. 22
    GunnyMom says:

    Normally, I love white for Christmas, however this year's wreath is gorgeous !! Love it, especially the roses….

  23. 23
    Sanja says:

    Prekrasan i maštovito izrađen vijenac! Bravo!

  24. 24
    PATRICIA says:

    I loved your blog, loved your wreath tip, I'll do mine then I come to show you …. I do disclose your blog on my show because I think the work …. Congratulations …. colorful kisses

  25. 25
    Theresa says:

    Love them both! Leave the new one on the door then make more of the first one and put in your windows!

  26. 26
    Ali Rockwell says:

    Very cute!!!

    I just made some burlap stockings and I love them… who knew burlap could be so pretty?

  27. 27
    Libby says:

    Hang one on the front door and the other on the back door! Who says only the front needs decorations?
    I'm with missbossypants, my monitor shows a grey/blue wreath with chartuse flowers. Either colour shows nice and burlap is so "now' isn't it?

  28. 28
    Kasey says:

    love the wreath! I also am wondering how you made the flowers.. demo please!!!!

  29. 29
    ScrapMomOf2 says:

    Love this!! What a cool idea!!

  30. 30
    Nena Nadine says:

    You could keep this up all year!

  31. 31
    Patty says:

    Thanks for the inspiration! I made my own version and blogged about it. http://www.lifeontheridgeside.blogspot.com

  32. 32
    Tauni says:

    Don't know what you finally decided, but I love your new wreath. Those red flowers really pop – gorgeous!

  33. 33
    Ingrid says:

    Just found your blog–loving it! I made one of these in fall colors and mine is not as full as yours. I used the right amt of burlap, etc. Maybe my wire hanger was larger in circumference?

  34. 34
    Leanne Witney says:

    I made a red version last year, but I’m struggling with keeping the burlap from sliding down on the hanger. Did you have this problem? Is there something I can do to keep it from sliding down towards the bottom?

    I love the green so much I may start over this year and do it in green!

  35. 35
    Courtney says:

    This might be a stupid question, but did you dye your burlap? I love the way it looks and am thinking of doing a gray one with a pink/red flower for Valentines Day.

  36. 36
    Laura says:

    I would like to do the burlap Christmas wreath for our Super Saturday. I was wondering if you could provide the list of materials and instructions and if possible the cost of making it. I tried to look through your links and they would not come up. They said not found. Thank you. It is a beautiful wreath. Laura

  37. 37
    kandi says:

    HELP!! i made this exactly as the directions said but it keeps collapsing on itself and leaving gaps between the ruffles of burlap. your pictures are so cute and i want that on my door!! lol thanks in advance for the advice!

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