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A Year Of Wreaths

Your front door is the first thing people see when they visit your house. Make them feel welcomed with a wreath for every season. We put together a year of wreaths for you to make and enjoy!

Wreath Ideas for every month of the year

January brings thoughts of snow and winter. While we don’t see much snow here in New Orleans, you can bring a bit of winter magic to your front porch with this simple winter wreath, or this beautiful one made of yarn balls, or this Frozen inspired wreath!

February is usually all about Mardi Gras here, but let’s not forget Valentine’s Day. For Valentine’s Day you can make this candy heart wreath, or this ruffled wreath, or this simple yarn wreath! For Mardi Gras, you can use some left over beads to make this bead wreath, purple, green and gold tulle makes this bright festive wreath and some Mardi Gras tinsel can be used for this simple wreath!

Come March and April everyone is ready for spring, St. Patrick’s Day and Easter! This easy St. Patrick’s Day wreath would look great on your door. When it’s over just change it to this adorable Easter wreath! Then celebrate spring with this spring tulip wreath.

May and June scream beach and baseball season! Use leftover baseballs to make a wreath of them and personalize it with your favorite team or player. Bring the beach to your with this beautiful starfish wreath or this beachy seashell wreath.

July wreath’s are all red, white and blue! Make this patriotic wreath with felt pieces or this one made of flip-flops! Check out our 4th of July door decorations post for more ideas!

August and September mean back to school and FOOTBALL! Celebrate back to school with a wreath made of rulers or pencils or any of these great back to school door decorations. And show your LSU and Saints spirit with a wreath that shows you’re a fan of both teams.

October and November are when the weather finally starts to cool down and it feels like fall. Celebrate the crisp fall air with a fall wreath. Add some Halloween touches to your front porch with a Halloween yarn wreath. Let the kids get creative and make this cute giving thanks handprint wreath for Thanksgiving.

Finally we end the year with December and Christmas wreaths! You can go whimsical and make this tutu wreath or more traditional with this evergreen wreath.

Need more inspiration? Check out our “A Year Of Wreaths” Pinterest board!

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