Create a unique succulent wreath that does double duty. It only takes a few supplies. When this wreath is not hanging on the door, you can put it on the table as a centerpiece.
This artificial magnolia leaf wreath is easily customizable by adding your choice of lights, ornaments, pinecones and more! You can also spray paint it.
Gather pine and holly to create your own evergreen wreath. Embellish with a bold plaid bow and jingle bells for a merry greeting at your front door. See more wreaths at the Garden Club.
The mix of both natural and faux boxwood gives this traditional Christmas wreath character and depth. It comes with a hanger already attached to the back of the wreath.
For Christmas, try making your own magnolia swag. It's so easy. Just staple large magnolia leaves to a yardstick. Then add a bow and some seed cones. Learn more at The Home Depot Garden Club.
Make your front porch (or your fence) a star for Christmas. This easy-to-make wreath is crafted of yardsticks and fresh pine branches. You can even use Christmas tree cuttings. Learn more at The Home Depot Garden Club.
For a new take on the Christmas burlap wreath, try old coffee bean sacks. Learn more and DIY instructions at The Home Depot Garden Club.
This DIY chalkboard wreath truly is a wreath for any occasion. Here it's ready for Christmas. Just change the greenery and the chalk message to celebrate any season or event. It's a DIY by Stephanie and Ashleigh of Beckham + Belle. See it on The Home Depot Blog. || @beckhambelle
A friendly Halloween wreath is the perfect way to give your front door festive look in October.
Forget what Nancy Sinatra says, these boots were made for...hanging on the door. It's not exactly a door wreath, but pretty close. Blogger Daune of Cottage in the oaks pops some bright blooms inside a favorite pair of galoshes for a fresh breath of spring. || @cottageintheoak
A wreath neatly captures the various textures and colors of succulents. Follow Pretty Prudent's Jaime and Jacinda as they give you the step-by-step to making this welcoming wreath. || @prettyprudent
This sophisticated DIY Christmas wreath is made from an unexpected material-- felt weather seal from The Home Depot. Designer Eduardo Rodriguez shows how he made it.
Grab your glue gun and some pinecones to make this one-of-a-kind seasonal wreath. || @splendidamy
For an easy decoration that will transition through the entire holiday season, try this artificial pine cone and wood flower wreath. Make it your own with some seasonal flowers or glitter spray.
Christmas Wreath: Rolled Fabric Flowers and Evergreens, from sarah m. dorsey designs
DIY Glitter Leaf Wreath and Fall Mantel
Learn how to make this Fresh Thyme Wreath DIY from Don't Disturb This Groove.
Celebrate the beauty of fall with this unique autumn wreath.
Gloribell Lebron shows how she created this lovely fall front door decoration... on I Don't Know How She Does It.
Fall Decorations for the Front Door: Artist Melissa Valeriote used a Harvest Half Basket from The Home Depot as a wreath. Click through to see more of her warm and enchanting fall decorations. || @valeriotedesign
How to make a wooden wreath form with a Dremel tool.
The end of summer and beginning of fall feels bittersweet, as warm, sunny days give way to cooler, shorter ones. Celebrate the changing seasons with a colorful wreath made of --what else? Bittersweet vines. Click on for Martha Stewart's easy directions.
Stretch your garden when you dry your favorite flowers. Most blooms are surprisingly easy to save, and you can use them to decorate a straw hat (we love the sunflowers), a wreath, and much more. Click through to get started.