wreath envy

I’ll admit, I’m a sucker for a beautiful wreath and this holiday season, there have been quite a few that have tickled my fancy.  Forget the articificial evergreens; check out some of these beautiful options.  Most are surprisingly easy to make yourself!

Erika of Urban Grace used gold spray paint and ticking stripe ribbon to transform a faux berry wreath.  The contrast against the blackboard is beautiful:

Still love these moss wreaths via Elizabeth Anne Designs.  Hung from simple burlap ribbon, these green beauties really pop against the dark doors and add an elegant touch for the holidays:

If you have the time and the patience, this rosebud wreath, made out of pages from an old book (or  Christmas sheet music), would make for a fantastic, jawdropping DIY.  It is, hands down, my favorite wreath this season!

Make a stunning statement by gluing Christmas ball ornaments to a styrofoam wreath-here’s an easy tutorial:

I love pine cone wreaths so much, I decided to made one myself.  It’s a beautiful way to add a rustic touch for Christmas.  Check out my tutorial:

This bay leaf wreath from Williams Sonoma is one of my favorites.  The leaves dry out, perfect to use for cooking throughout the rest of the winter:

It’s not Christmas in the lowcountry without a beautiful wreath of magnolias.  This one is stunning:

This isn’t a wreath, but I love how interior designer Holly Mathis used an oversized wooden monogram with some winter greens on her front door:

A cinnamon wreath looks beautiful and will keep your home smelling like the holidays:

What are some of your favorite holiday wreaths?

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