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I was super excited to be a part of the Christmas Wreaths Workshops at The Pavilion, Ballygarvan last weekend. Charlie and his team have turned the garden centre shop and cafe into a magical winter wonder land full of festive treats and Christmas decorating ideas to inspire even the most seasoned of us decorators! You can even visit Santa!
I’ll be sharing all of the Christmas Wreath workshop photos soon, but today I wanted to share how you can DIY your own Christmas wreaths at home, in case you’re looking to dress up your doorway, fireplace, entryway, etc. this year.
For those of you who couldn’t be there, I thought I’d share my workshop with you, which showcased the over overlooked and underestimated Christmas Wreaths! And I wanted to share with you how I made various different Christmas Wreaths by using supplies from The Pavilion to inspire your Christmas decorating planning.
So, yes! Don’t underestimate the beauty of Christmas Wreaths. Think beyond the Christmas tree and traditional garland by adorning your home in style with wreaths.
Use these Christmas wreath ideas to create extraordinary Christmas decorations using ordinary materials from around the house and everything else is available at The Pavilion, Ballygaravan.
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Asymmetrical Christmas Wreath
Go beyond evergreen boughs and bright-red bows—these wreaths are stunning in their simplicity
For that extra pop of magic, wrap with battery operated led lights and hang in your windows
Pine cone Christmas Wreath
Go for a White Christmas bypassing traditional Christmas colours and make a rustic Christmas wreath that complements your décor.
Use hot-glue to stick acorns and, pinecones to a 16″ grapevine wreath. Apply a light coat of white spray-paint to create a frosted finish.
For maximum effect, cover with spray glue and using a clean paint brush sprinkle with glitter
Red berry Christmas Wreath
Use a wreath form, fabric, a glue gun and cranberries to give your doorway a pop of colour.
Woolly Wreaths with pop appeal.
To craft this door ornament, wrap Styrofoam balls (in two different sizes) and a Styrofoam wreath form with coloured wool. The use a glue gun to fix the balls onto the foam, as shown.
Note this Christmas wreath is better off to be hung indoors for example hang off doors or on walls in place of an existing painting or mirror.
Christmas wreaths can double up as table centre pieces (just add candles) and alternative mantle piece decorating ideas
And of course, don’t forget to be creative with where you hang your wondrous wreaths!
Hang multiple Christmas Wreaths on the banisters on your staircase for the ultimate Christmas stairway.
Hang your Wreaths on internal doors with the fun and festive reindeer door hangers from Dunnestores
Change up your interior for the Christmas season and hang wreaths on walls to replace painting and pictures or how about Christmas Wreaths on mirrors a double wammy effect!
And outside the house, don’t just stop a t the door, hang your Christmas Wreaths on the gate too!