Make these simple yet sophisticated holiday wreaths using gold macrame rings and gathered greenery.

By Alice and Lois
Updated August 04, 2020
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Gold ring wreaths are a simple, sophisticated take on a holiday classic and they're super easy to make. You can use any type of greenery you like to accent your pretty Christmas wreath; we suggest fragrant foliage like eucalyptus and pine for a festive scent. Add berries and pinecones for a pop of holiday color and texture. Follow our step-by-step directions to make your own macrame ring wreaths but put your own spin on them by adding different accents. They're so simple to make you can whip up several in different sizes and hang as a group for a show-stopping holiday decoration.

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How to Make a Modern Christmas Wreath

Supplies Needed

  • 10-inch, 8-inch, and 5-inch gold macrame hoops (find them at fabric or crafts supply store)
  • Florists wire
  • Scissors or floral shears
  • Foraged greenery and berries or faux greenery
  • Ribbon, twine, or clear filament (fishing line)
  • Hot glue tool and glue sticks

Step-by-Step Directions

With a few supplies and these how-to instructions, you can create your own minimalist Christmas wreath. Customize this easy handmade wreath with your favorite greenery.

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Step 1: Arrange Greenery

Gather a few different pieces of greenery and arrange them together in a bunch. We used a mix of evergreen, eucalyptus, and decorative pinecones ($5, Etsy). Trim bottoms of branches so they are even and fit on your macrame hoop form. Clip a length of florists wire and use to attach the ends of the greenery to the gold macrame hoop on one side, wrapping tightly. Add in a few sprigs of decorative greenery like holly or artificial red berries ($1, Hobby Lobby).

Step 2: Finish and Hang

Make another bundle of greenery and place it on the opposite side and wire to the hoop. Position decorative greenery or accents like small pinecones or ribbons to hide the ends where the bunches meet. Use the wire or hot glue to secure the pieces in place. Hang the wreath using twine, ribbon, or clear filament (which would give the hoops a cool floating effect). Make three wreaths in different sizes and arrange together for a modern holiday display.

Comments (1)

Anonymous
December 5, 2018
How long does the fresh clippings last? love this modern minamilist look.