Have a look at these glamorous wreaths that will surely add style to this festive season. Celebrating this beautiful festival with Gold Christmas wreaths is a unique way. Here, we will take a look at some of the unique Christmas wreaths that you can make at home at your own preferred time. These easy to create wreaths definitely give you a feel of gold everywhere.
DIY Gold Christmas Wreaths
Decorate your home with these marvelous patterns of wreaths and shine your home with the golden light of these wreaths. Read this post ahead to know about the best wreaths that you can create within no time.
Glittery Red & Gold Christmas Wreath
When it’s Christmas, everything has to look glamorous with some shimmer, flash, and twinkle even if it is a homemade wreath. Take a Styrofoam wreath and wrap it around with cotton fabric. Base fabric has to be simple and that’s why cotton and of course we can be experimental to any limits on the use of the basic cotton material. Now, do one round with the red ribbon keeping in mind that ribbon should be very glittery. See if you have these kinds of ornaments at your home or you may use artificial leaves by coloring them gracefully. Use hot glue to fix the ornaments and for wreath hanger, the flora craft diamond wrap is being used. This was the last step and your awesome DIY showstopper is ready. Get the Tutorial
Gold Ornament Christmas Wreath
Ornamental DIY looks troublesome but believe me it’s the easiest one to give a try. It is rather challenging as it takes creativity out of your mind, body, and soul. First of all, imagine your favorite ornaments and collect them all. Take a gauge wire and starts threading. Secure your ornaments to its place using the hot glue gun and that is it. It does not need a base material like every other wreath; therefore, it gives more space to your creativity. No need to start acting up the base and then think about the actual showpiece. It has to be the favorite of all. Get the Tutorial
Five Gold Rings Christmas Wreaths
Gold is love so we made five festive golden wreaths. For this one, you need not be an expert but at least know how to spray paint. We will start from left i.e. made up of the clothespin. You just need to spray paint clothespins and attach them (you don’t even need glue for it). For next attach mistletoe ornaments after painting grapevine wreath. The third one is the simplest one to make by making rounds of your favorite golden fabric using glue. That’s it. Next wreathe again needs you to spray paint and then either glue these ornaments or make use of thread knots. The final one will be made by jingle bells and golden bow glued to the painted wreath. Get the Tutorial
Gold Leaf Wreath
Crafty mind is what it takes this wreath to get completed. Finish up your base by covering golden ribbon around the straw wreath. It has to be done with a clean finished look so, make use of glue or pins wherever needed. Golden leaves you can see in the picture could either be bought to save time or crafted. If you do not get a golden color, just use spray paint. Check out which side you want the leaves to be attached to the wreath and start wrapping out. This is the trickiest part because leaves have to be adjusted the correct way. Best of luck! Get the Tutorial
Blush and Gold Christmas Wreath
Once you add blush to your not so festive white wreath, color trends will fade away. Just take a white wreath and add style to it by using crafty ideas like using ornaments, balls, stars, ribbons and much more. I have added all these to my wreath. First of all, the golden ribbon is wrapped around beautifully and then balls are adding shine to it. It could have been of different colors. Then blush is added by golden stars. Securing everything in a correct place using glue gun will be perfect. This is going to be trendy with its elegant yet glam look. Get the Tutorial
Gold Wreath With Bow
Not always for the pomp and show but sometimes it could be simply because you have no time. Take a golden hoop and keep it aside while you make preparations to decorate it. You may investigate your house and found some old leaves from last year celebrations or the grass or it could be anything but of course has to look good on our hoop. Do not rush attaching them to the base and first bind all your decorative items together so it looks elegant and not just a mess. Now is the time you get your glue gun ready and secure it with the hoop. To make it more elegant, get a piece of ribbon and make a bow out of it. Simple yet a powerful technique. Get the Tutorial
Gold Wire Wreath
This piece of decoration gives us some basic needs. Grass has to be green and flowers could be any color other than gold and silver. Nothing flashy but the wreath which is golden and that is a not so thick wire. There left two important items i.e. grass and the flower. You just have to secure them so that looks perfect just like you secure bobby pins in your hair and it gets intact throughout the day. Now it seems easy. You could hang other items such as bells, stars onto it if you like otherwise this is ready to be a showstopper. Get the Tutorial
Gold Ribbon Wreath
Lots and lots of ribbons of different colors and some drops of glue are required to make this wreath. Make a base by wrapping your favorite color ribbon around the wreath. I took goldenly and it’s looking amazing. Next, is cut your other ribbons in the same size and tie knots (no need of pins…yayyy!). Shimmer golden, net golden and simple one are there on my list and it looks super gorgeous. Just to give it a little contrast, putting a rather random ribbon bow will steal the show for sure. This is little spooky with a doll but that’s worth it. Get the Tutorial
Gold and Polka Dots Wreath
Elementary wreath is what I have named this one and has nothing to do with it’s over flashy looks. Simple and quite straightforward needed only two objects i.e. wreathe and a ribbon. Only bullet point which is to be taken care of is the ribbon width. It has to be wide enough to get the look because this wreath is all about is big wide looks and that is making it different from others. So, just take a ribbon with golden polka dots and cut it into two. Wrap one piece around the wreath and left some to make a hanger. Another half would be used to make a big bow. That’s all! Get the Tutorial
Glittery Monogram White and Gold Wreath
The look is transparent and serene but not easy to make. Have your patient mode on while making this one because when it comes to working with furs you just don’t know what will be the end result. If you have a question of when to choose white wreath is when you already have bright colors in your background. The door is blue and it has greenery around which is making us believe that white is the only color left. Take a white wreath and attach a simple golden bow around it. Hang it at your doorstep like that. Get the Tutorial
Take your time; choose the wreath that you can create at best with the materials you can get at ease. Stay tuned for more such DIY posts for this Christmas.