Published on December 24, 2015

@kiticat009

An eclectic mix of magnolia leaves, branches, pine cones, and berries make this wreath a crowd pleaser for all holiday styles.

@caseygodlove

Country meets city sums up this wreath made with antlers and an elegant red ribbon.

@thekeyofkels

This gorgeous multicolored piece looks good enough to wear on your head.

@melissajill

Eucalyptus leaves turn your pooch into the ghost of Christmas present!

@elisabeth__anthony

Sucker for succulents? Skip the pine and holly and go for something more trendy this year.

@gobeil_soleil

Into the glitz and glamour that comes with the holiday season? Go with a glass ornament wreath!

@alicelittleshop

A little spray paint goes a long way, especially when it’s gold. Take a cue from this star-shaped wreath made with gilded dried flowers.

@abeautifulmess

Soirée season is upon us! If you live for amazing holiday parties under the flashing lights, then feast your eyes on this disco ball wreath.

@ful.filled

If you love the holidays, but opt for simpler styles, look no further than this forager’s dream wreath.

@little_puddles

Every DIY maven knows that felt balls are the fastest way to decor nirvana. Try a multi-colored variation for a playful take on the holidays.

@dyjodesigns

This fruity variant is more than grocery chic – it’s delicious, whimsical, and will look great all season long.

@evermoreflower

Skip the leaves and make your own wreath using leftover paper you have from wrapping presents and card-making.

@amandakingloff

The holidays make you want to be with those you love—and celebrate the stuff you love. Take a cue from this knitting lover’s wreath and make your own with your favorite things.

@yuki.toku

Skip the green and opt for gold dried flowers for a more cheerful vibe to take you into the New Year (aka gloomy January).

@charissa_fay

Who needs a door wreath when you’ve got the perfect centerpiece for brunch? Holly berries and donuts? Yes, please!

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