DIY Wire Christmas Wreath Tutorial

Christmas wreaths are perfect for adding a seasonal touch to your home, whether you hang them on the front door or use them as an interior wall decoration. Whether you’re looking for traditional colours or for something more contemporary, we’ve got you covered!


Today Maxine takes you step by step through this creative twist on the classic wreath and we’ve provided a free template for you to follow to make this Christmas decoration super easy to make. However, if you’re in need of even more festive inspiration, we also decided to look into our Christmas Past to see some wreath designs from previous years on our blog!


You will Need:

Free template 

Green Dovecraft Glitter Card

Green Dovecraft Felt

Green Card Stock 

Red Pompom Trim

Thin Floristry Wire

Dovecraft Perma-Fix tape


Download your free template here


How to Make

Firstly, print out your free template and use this to cut out a number of shapes from the green felt, glitter card and card stock. For each holly leaf you cut out, you will need to cut another identical piece to make the front and back of the leaf.


For the card shapes, we used the Dovecraft Bone Folder to create the centre fold of the leaf.

Christmas_wreath_2.jpgCut a piece of floristry wire to approximately 240cms long. Adhere the leaves to the floristry wire with double sided tape by arranging them in a random order along the wire.


Attach the back of the leaf, sandwiching the floristry wire between the two shapes.


Roll the wire into a circle shape, approximately 22cm in diameter, to make a wreath shape. Add a leaf over the end to secure the wreath.


Cut some of the pom-poms off of the trim for berries, adhere to the wreath to finish. 


Still in need of more ideas before crafting your Christmas wreath? Take a look at these decorations from previous years for inspiration!


2016 – DIY First Edition Christmas Promise Wreath


We love the sophisticated and minimalist style of this wreath, created by layering two foiled paper designs around a polystyrene wreath. The neutral colours of these papers mean that this project would also look wonderful in any home. The design is completed with decorated MDF letters for a magical finish.


2015 – DIY Handmade Paper Christmas Wreath


Ask anyone to think of the colours they associate with Christmas and chances are it will be red or green, making this DIY paper wreath the perfect festive decoration. This paper is perfect for Christmas crafts with its traditional prints and colours, but you could tailor the colour scheme to suit your décor. The wreath is created by layering a variety of paper curls and attaching them to a polystyrene wreath to make a lovely Christmas statement!


What design will you use to create your Christmas wreath? We would love to see so remember to upload them to the Inspiration Area and to #trimcraft when uploading to social media.



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This is soooo beautiful and soo easy to make that the kids can work on it too. Thanks sooo much for fab inspiration here always.