Hey dear friends! I am so glad you are here today. I am joining some of my most favorite bloggers and we are all sharing simple winter wreath ideas that are easy and super adorable and stylish! For my wreaths, simple is best, and easy is even better than that! The winter wreath I am sharing today literally could not be easier.
I love adding cozy features to my home during the bland winter months, in fact, last week I shared part of my home decorated for the winter.
I change my wreaths so often, I hate to create something that is permanent. Being able to change out one wreath base and reuse it multiple times is really a bonus for me. I don’t particularly love having a ton of wreaths that I have to store in my home, so being able to change them out is so great.
Using a grapevine wreath form as my base is my preferred method, because it looks pretty bare, and its easy to add items too it to make it festive for different seasons. I think for winter, I was looking for something different, something that looked and felt cozy, and something that was super easy.
This winter wreath turned out super cute and it took all of about 5 minutes to arrange.
What I used for my simple winter wreath idea:
- grapevine wreath form (I have found Walmart to have amazing prices and it is shipping faster than Amazon~
- old scarf
- plastic bell decor from Walmart (here is a second option)
For this winter wreath I used an old crocheted wreath that I actually crocheted myself years ago. I haven’t used it in years and thought the nubby texture of the yarn would look really great and the fringe at the ends would add a fun bit of interest to the wreath and give it almost a boho feel.
This winter wreath was so simple to make. First, I grabbed my 18 inch grapevine wreath form and I laid it next to my scarf.
I folded the scarf in half to find the center and draped the center of the scarf over the top of the wreath form.
Then a wrapped it around the wreath on both sides, bringing the scarf around the sides and to the bottom trying to keep it even on both sides. Depending on how long the scarf is, you may have more to use and can tie it at the bottom or add some flowers/etc to give it a bit more bling. I left mine slightly open and let the ends hang, giving it a boho look.
I kept it like this for a bit, really enjoying the simplicity of it.
The ends hanging down have a fun pattern and the tassels hanging down add some fun boho style to it.
Then I decided I wanted to add something else. I found this plastic set of bells at Walmart and I love the color and the style!
They were easily attached right on the door with the wreath. I have a nail on the ledge of the window and hung it right there. Its all about being flexible and creating something that can be easily changed.
I think that it gives a nice winter feel to my front door. The warm scarf fits perfectly with the winter wreath theme. Do you like it with the bells or without? I am a big fan of both!
I love creating wreaths all throughout the year, but as I said before, I want to be able to change things out as needed and I do not want to have to store all of them either. With a bit of imagination and ingenuity it is easy to carry one wreath from season to season without keeping it permanent.
Want to see how many wreath I have made with this same wreath form? Some of them use hot glue or wire to secure items and they are easily removed as well.
Now make sure to check out all the great winter wreath ideas below!
8 Winter DIY Wreaths
Neutral Valentines Day Decor // My Sweet Savannah
Super Simple Winter Wreath Ideas // Twelve On Main
How to Make a Pine Cone Wreath // My 100 Year Old Home
Brass Kotinos Resting Wreath // Craftberry Bush
Chunky Yarn Wreath // Modern Glam
Romantic Valentine’s Day Wreath From An Upcycled Picture Frame // The DIY Mommy
Make A Chunky Knit Wreath // The Happy Happy Nester
Winter Wood and Yarn Snowflake Wreath // Tatertots & Jello