WANT TO MAKE A HOLIDAY WREATH BUT DON’T KNOW WHERE TO START? MAYBE YOU JUST NEED A BIT OF INSPIRATION? LETS CHAT ABOUT THIS, BECAUSE I HAVE JUST THE SOLUTION. LETS MAKE A HOLIDAY WREATH! THIS WREATH IS MADE WITH BUFFALO FABRIC AND A FEW SPRIGS OF GREENERY.
Don’t get mad at my early holiday post mmkay? Its only human nature to want to get a jump on the holiday ideas, and there are 21 holiday wreaths that will get the inspiration flowing for your holiday home decor this year.
Of course, I chose farmhouse style.
I am currently working on a few projects for my One Room Challenge and had a bunch of buffalo check fabric shipped over from fabric.com. I used a bit of the remnants to make this wreath. Now, this whole process of making a wreath this style can be super beneficial. You can use these exact steps, change up your fabric and decor pieces with whatever you love and create something perfect for your home for the holidays.
I didn’t want my farmhouse style buffalo check holiday wreath to speak too much to just Christmas, but something that you could use throughout the entire holiday season and into the dead of winter, post Christmas time.
Here are the supplies I used for this holiday wreath:
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- Styrofoam wreath base
- buffalo check fabric
- burlap ribbon
- hot glue gun
- pine garland or faux Christmas foliage
- miscellaneous faux foliage
I started with this styrofoam wreath form and a few strips of my charcoal buffalo check fabric.
I hot glued the end of the fabric onto the wreath form and then began to wrap the fabric around the wreath.
I continued wrapping the fabric around, smoothing and straightening it out until it was all the way around the form. I then hot glued the end of the fabric down. This is really quite easy. You could twist the fabric to add some interest.
I then simply added some of the pine boughs and a few pieces of some white faux foliage I had lying around. I decided against using some pine cones. I just felt it to be too much. I am a big fan of simple wreaths.
I topped it off with a burlap bow. Once again, I have used burlap scraps for my wreaths decor! I save all my scraps! You never know when you may need to make a bow with it!
Like I said before, this method of creating a holiday wreath can be changed up in any way you see fit. There are so many different things you could do. You could use any style fabric, maybe a velvet, which would be so luxurious!
Is this a wreath you would use in your home? I can’t wait to implement it into my full Christmas decor, but for now, enjoy it here, on my chalkboard. Now, this wreath can easily be changed out too! If I simply pull the end up where it is hot glued, I can unwind the fabric, and use something new, if I wanted.
What do you think about using a ladder in your decor? I love using old ladders in my home. They are great for displaying decor items, hanging blankets, or just simple sitting there, looking pretty.
Here’s another view of it on my front door. Just as pretty there too. I move my wreaths around often. I like to see them in different areas of my home. That is why I try to make them as versatile as possible so that they can wander around and visit different areas without sticking out like a sore thumb.
Now make sure you check these other really incredible holiday wreaths! You will not be disappointed! There are so many beautiful ones to check out.
I hope you enjoyed my farmhouse style buffalo check holiday wreath. Have a great day and remember….
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