Homemade wreaths are my go-to for our front door. They are more affordable than buying store bought wreaths, and I get to customize my wreath to exactly what I want! I designed this Christmas wreath using an embroidery hoop, faux evergreen sprigs, gold magnolia leaves, and glittery orbs. I used neutral colors so it could stay up in January—but if you prefer you could easily substitute in red berries instead of the gold orbs.
Scroll down to the bottom of this article for a video tutorial on how to make this modern Christmas wreath! I made this wreath for only $15—that included the embroidery hoop and all the faux sprigs. I did already have ribbon covered wire at home.
4 tips for keeping cost down:
Buy your wreath supplies at the same store, and add up all the wreath supplies before you check out.
Shop for faux sprigs that are on sale. Full priced faux greenery can cause $10—and that adds up quickly!
Design a wreath using a leftover grapevine wreath or embroidery hoop. I rarely add any glue on my wreaths, so its easy to switch things up for each season and reuse a wreath I already own.
Return what you don’t use. I purchased a few extra faux sprigs and an extra set of gold berries to make this wreath. I saved about $10 returning what I didn’t use.