reindeer yarn wreath

I know a whole bunch of people are complaining that, once again, Christmas is here too early. Well, I can’t hear those people. I have been ready for the holiday season since December 26th, and now that November has finally made its way back around, I am starting to feel a little less guilty for listening to my Christmas music.

I have not actually put up any decorations yet…I’m honestly trying to hold off as long as I can. However, this morning I decided that putting a Christmas wreath on the door wouldn’t be too crazy (hopefully the rest of the neighborhood doesn’t disagree with me).

So of course I went to etsy to check out what kind of wreaths people are coming up with for Christmas this year, and there are some awesome ones! And I noticed a huge trend with wreaths made out of yarn and felt…like this one. How¬†gorgeous¬†is this?

reindeer yarn wreath

photo by whitneyswhims

Or this one…I love the contrast of the bright Christmas bulbs against the simple gray yarn:

gray christmas yarn wreath

photo by MyCraftObsession

There’s nothing like some red and white candy stripes to get you feeling Christmas-y:

red and white yarn wreath

photo by katiejocollections

Does it get any cuter than this? Nope, it sure doesn’t.

gingerbread yarn wreath

photo by TheBakersDaughter

Love these bright colors:

lime green and red yarn wreath

photo by TheBakersDaughter

An argyle Christmas wreath? Yes, please.

argyle yarn christmas wreath

photo by smichellestanley

I love the simplicity of this one:

simple red and white yarn wreath

photo by OliveBranchDesigns

But there are some beautiful non-yarn wreaths too, of course…

I love this felt flower wreath…it just looks so soft and squishy!

felt flower christmas wreath

photo by LilNoodleBug

So natural and pretty…



Wine corks…LOVE!

wine cork christmas wreath

photo by tastefulcreation

Who would have thought plain white burlap could make such a stunning wreath…

burlap christmas wreath

photo by handmadebyjennylou

…and even more unexpected… pages from a vintage book. This is incredible:

paper book page wreath

photo by SimpleJoysPaperie

I’m dying to try making my own yarn wreath. Maybe that will be a future blog post. In the meantime, I think I could stay on etsy looking at all the handmade wreaths for forever…


  1. Lana on November 5, 2011 at 1:52 am

    Staci Ann, I love all of your choices! I have yet to make a yarn wreath ~ they look like they are very time consuming, but beautiful! Thank you for including my vintage book wreath among all these pretties. Merry Christmas! ;)

    • ornamentgirl on November 5, 2011 at 1:58 am

      You are welcome, Lana! My jaw dropped when I saw your wreath. It is simply stunning. Merry Christmas to you too!

  2. Katie @ My Craft Obsession on November 5, 2011 at 2:14 am

    Thanks for including my wreath! Great collection here, they are beautiful!

    • ornamentgirl on November 5, 2011 at 2:24 am

      You’re welcome, Katie…your wreaths are gorgeous! I had a hard time deciding which of them to post here… your gray wreath, or your black and white one with the red bulbs. :D

  3. Elaine on November 15, 2011 at 8:21 am

    Thanks for sharing those gorgeous wreath pics. I was going to try one of those this season. I already bought the supplies and I too have already heard the Christmas music, it does cheer the heart.

    • ornamentgirl on November 15, 2011 at 10:35 am

      You’re welcome, Elaine! And good luck with your wreath…I am hoping to make one, too. They are so pretty. Merry Christmas! :)

  4. sheron smith on December 1, 2011 at 10:10 am

    I love your wreaths…they are so simple and delightful!

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