20 Christmas Wreaths Made from Recycled Materials
Deck the halls with these wreaths made from recycled materials without breaking your budget!
Learn how to make a wreath with items you already have at home when you take a look at our collection of 20 Christmas Wreaths Made from Recycled Materials! These wreaths made from recycled materials are a fantastic addition to your interior decor at Christmas. You won't believe how gorgeous they look even though they're made from everyday items! From sandwich baggies to coffee filters to sheet music and more, you can upcycle household items to make any of these DIY Christmas wreaths. These recycled Christmas crafts are a great way to add a welcoming look to your home this holiday season.
When it comes to green crafting, it helps that these gorgeous crafts will save you some green, too! Many of the wreaths made out of recycled materials are inexpensive and won't cost much money. Many of these beautiful crafts are versatile and can be displayed long after Christmas is over, too. You won't want to miss this collection of gorgeous and unique holiday wreaths.
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Paper Christmas Wreaths
From coffee filters to books and almost everything in between, these paper Christmas wreaths check all the right boxes. They won't take long to make, can be created using scraps of paper, and will fit just about any budget. Many of these paper crafts are perfect for kids to make, too — with adult supervision, of course. Simply display these paper wreaths on an interior door for the holiday season, and you're set. When the holidays are over, you can store the wreaths in airtight containers so that they are ready for next winter.
Spent almost no money at all on your next wreath when you upcycle white coffee filters! This wreath is a fantastic decoration for your door and will give your home a wintry look. Use embellishments that are specifically Christmas-themed, or you can use neutral colors like silver or gold to create a wreath that can stay up all winter.
Christmas wouldn't be Christmas without beautiful holiday music! This wreath craft is not only a gorgeous decoration for your door, but it's a great way to get rid of unused sheet music that's taking up space inside your piano bench. This wreath is better than anything you'll find in stores, and it is easy as pie to make.
Whether you have old sheet music you no longer need or just want to make a fun craft from a thrift store find, you can't go wrong with this project! The beautiful wreath will be a stunning addition to your front door and is sure to get you in the holiday spirit.
With its intricate design, this wreath is one you'll want to make for every member of your family! This decoration is also budget-friendly and can be customized to include a ribbon or other decorative embellishment in your choice of color.
If you have odds and ends of paper at home, then it's time to get crafty and make this beautiful project! The unique design ensures no two finished wreaths will be identical, so you could create duplicates of the wreath for display on various interior doors in your home.
Quick and easy to make, this craft will get you in the holiday spirit like no other. The decoration can be made using paper in your choice of colors, resulting in a display that will look festive on a door.
Fabric Christmas Wreath Ideas
You don't need to make a special trip to your favorite fabric store to find the right materials for these wreath crafts! Old denim, flannel scraps, and even scarves are transformed into wreaths using these fabric Christmas wreath ideas. These projects are a fun and thrifty way to take beloved clothing that is well beyond repair and transform them into beautiful holiday decorations. You'll enjoy seeing some of your favorite items in a new way when you make these decorations from recycled items!
Does your favorite scarf have a hole in it? Don't toss it! You can repurpose your favorite accessory into a gorgeous holiday decoration using this tutorial.
Deck out your front door in just a few hours by creating this cheerful Rustic Plaid DIY Christmas Wreath! This DIY holiday wreath uses plaid ribbon in bold red and black to add the perfect country Christmas touch to your front door.
Flannel from an old blanket, scarf, or sweater can be upcycled into a new decoration when you create this project! You'll love incorporating a number of different colors in this delightful wall decor.
Rustic and charming as can be, this is one project you simply can't miss. If you have red and white fabric — and plenty of it — then this decoration won't take you long to create.
What do you do with neck ties that are no longer wearable? Turn them into Christmas decor, of course! This beautiful project is also a great way to use the neckties of a loved one as a sentimental item.
Got old jeans? Then this craft is for you! This whimsical take on the classic Christmas wreath is sure to get everyone's attention. You'll be proud to display this wreath all winter!
Recycled Christmas Wreath Crafts Made from Plastic, Cork, and More
Fabric and paper Christmas wreaths are fun projects to make, but what if you want to use materials that are a bit more unusual? From wine corks to plastic sandwich bags, you're sure to find an assortment of unique and interesting recycled wreath crafts that will make everyone's jaws drop. You'll even discover a craft that is the perfect way to use up those random puzzle pieces you keep finding on the floor! Take a look at these Christmas wreath crafts and get inspired to make something unique for the holidays.
Do you have quite a few Christmas lights that you can no longer use? You'll make good use of them when you create this festive and colorful project!
Start saving those wine corks so you can make this unique craft! This budget-friendly decoration won't take long to assemble. You might even be able to get additional corks by paying a visit to your favorite wine bar or restaurant.
If you've accumulated quite a bit of leftover yarn from your knitting or crochet projects, then this craft will be just what you need. The project can be easily customized to include yarn in an array of colors, too.
It's frustrating when you discover a favorite puzzle is missing more than a piece or two. Luckily you can still use those pieces in the form of this decoration.
Everyone will be amazed when you tell them this craft is made from silver scrubbers. Add a festive bow to this wreath for a colorful look that's simply perfect for the holidays.
Understated and elegant as can be, this craft is a great way to show off a find at your favorite antiques mall. This project will look stunning when displayed on just about any wall in your home.
This project provides an excellent tutorial on how to make a wreath and is an unexpected idea at that! This craft is so easy and fun, and it's a great Christmas craft for kids because the directions are so simple and straightforward. Add embellishments or leave it plain for a shimmering and snowy look that is perfect for winter.
What is your favorite material for Christmas wreaths?
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