Christmas Wreath Hacks Under $15
Cookie Cutter Wreath
Make a Wreath with Tree Trimmings
This cheap Christmas hack helps you get two for the price of one. Cut fresh Christmas tree branches from the lower tiers of your family tree and tie the evergreen pieces together with florists wire for a snowflake-shaped wreath. For added Christmas spirit, buy red berry sprigs from the dollar store and dress it up.
DIY Cotton Wreath
Give Evergreen Wreaths a Modern Makeover
Transform an inexpensive store-bought evergreen wreath with a few simple accessories and your door will be decked for the holidays. Get the look by weaving in sprigs of lavender, seasonal greenery, and berries. Adding just a few embellishments instantly updates your classic Christmas wreath.
Use Hula Hoops for a Jumbo Wreath
Sometimes bigger is better when it comes to Christmas decorations. This oversize wreath sets your home apart from the rest. No need to purchase an expensive novelty wreath—craft your own from two painted Hula-Hoops. Finish the hula-hoop wreath with pine branches, dried eucalyptus, lambs ear, and a classic Christmas bow.
Upcycle Natural Christmas Wreath Accessories
This DIY pinecone wreath is easy, natural, and blue-tiful. It costs little to create but makes a big style impact for your holiday front porch. Just gather pinecones from your backyard and use a basic wreath form (less than $5 at a crafts store) to create this holiday door decoration. We spray-painted these pinecones in hues of blue to give a winter glow, then attached them to the wreath frame with a few generous dots of hot glue.
Highlight a Small Christmas Wreath
If a jumbo Christmas wreath for your front door sounds too daunting, try something simple and subtle like this classic word wreath. We love the pretty pink colors, and the materials can be found at most dollar or crafts stores. Just pick up wooden letters, a small wreath form, and faux flowers, then craft a joyous message.
Make a Wreath from Cardboard
Put all those Christmas packages to good use! This DIY wreath hack starts with an unfolded cardboard box to craft a sturdy and inexpensive wreath base. You can then build out your wreath with seasonal greenery, pinecones, and whatever Christmas decorations you'd like.
Find Retro Evergreen Substitutes
The rainbow shades of our bottlebrush tree wreath provide a festive pop of color to your winter decorations. Use retro-inspired bottlebrush trees (handmade or purchased from your local crafts store) to brighten a traditional wreath form. Hang it on the front door all season long for a colorful accessory.
Dollar Store Christmas Wreath Hack
Hang a modern, handmade Christmas wreath on your door with just a few simple supplies. Use the top of an inexpensive circular laundry basket to shape this eucalyptus wreath, then remove the basket and secure the shape with florist's wire. Add a few decorative pieces to this dollar store Christmas wreath hack and you're done!
Make Mini Christmas Greenery Wreaths
The secret to this DIY wreath shape? Inexpensive gold macramé hoops. String together the hoops with foraged evergreen sprigs. Top your Christmas tree wreath with a cheery red bow.
DIY Pool Noodle Wreath
Shine bright on a budget! Use leftover summer pool noodles to create the wreath shape instead of buying a wreath form. Finish your pool noodle wreath with tinsel garland and metallic ball ornaments.
DIY Candy Cane Wreath
Santa's favorite candy just got a festive upgrade. Add a touch of cheer to your door by layering colorful candy canes on a wreath form. Finish your holiday candy cane wreath with a bright red bow and hang it for all to see!