Ladybugs, flowers and cloth give the look of a picnic wreath. It can be put up in your kitchen or on the outside door.
Old buttons don't have to be thrown away. You can now save them and create a unique wreath. We have provided complete instructions on how to make a decorative wreath.
This Scraptastic Fabric Wreath is a great way to use up leftover fabric scraps. This is also a great wreath for indoors or out. The colors of this fabric wreath make it perfect for the springtime! Add some soft pinks or yellows to make it even more festive!
Handmade paper crafts leave you with a feeling of accomplishment and leave your home looking great. This fantastic project from Craftwell will make a nice addition to your fall and autumn decorations.
Show your creative side and welcome people into your home with this cute garden wreath. It's sure to last you a lifetime.
Nuts, almonds and pinecones make it look like you're outdoors with this golden wreath. In five easy steps you can have a great handcrafted decoration.
With some of your favorite 12x12 paper sheets, you can make this Pretty Paper Wreath in no time. Perfect for fall and winter, this DIY fall wreath is a great way to welcome people into your home during the holiday season.
Fall into the season with apples, fruits and berries. In six easy steps Edwin Smith shows us how to create this great wreath. It's a great door decoration that will please anyone who comes a knockin'.
Make this glitzy package wreath a home accessory and decor. In only five easy steps you can have a great conversation piece.
This birdseed-covered wreath pays tribute to our feathered friends. Look closely and you'll see two, quietly nesting quails.