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How To Make A Beautiful Christmas Wreath

Merry crafty days! This holiday season, we’re decorating big, bold, and spicy with a gingerbread inspired deco mesh Christmas wreath.


Wreaths add a festive element to our holiday decorations that we adore. They’re also easy to make. Join us as we design ourselves a super easy (and super cute!) DIY deco mesh wreath for the holidays. Let’s get started.


Make Your Own Gingerbread Inspired Christmas Wreath

You’ll Need

Christmas Wreath

Here’s How To Design Your Wreath Using Deco Mesh

Just a note: Your base will be the easiest and most important part of this project! The trick is to completely cover your frame and periodically fluff your deco mesh out to create volume.

1.) First, prepare your Christmas wreath frame using your pipe cleaners. Evenly space your pipe cleaners around the frame. On our frame, we use 8 pipe cleaners on the inner frame and 8 on the outer edges.

2.) Next, make your base by starting with the inner part of your frame. Simply, gather the edge of your deco mesh and attach it to your frame using the pipe cleaners. As you attach your deco mesh, start shaping your loops. We use about 9 inches of deco mesh to create a single loop. This little trick ensures full wire frame coverage and maximum volume. Continue this step until the inner part of your frame is fully covered.

3.) Once your inner frame is fully covered, move onto the outer edges of your frame. Continue until completely covered. Once fully covered, trim your deco mesh and tuck the loose end into your wreath.

4.) Next, prep your embellishments by trimming each of your ribbons to 12”. To create a festive look all around our wreath, we cut 8 ribbons from each pattern.

5.) Finish ribbon edges by simply folding each end in half and trimming at an angle. This gives you that charming V-shaped finish.

6.) Once the ribbon edges are finished, begin attaching them to your wreath! Choose two styles of ribbons and layer them onto each other. Cinch the center and attach your ribbon to the frame using the pipe cleaners. If your pipe cleaner ends are too long, trim. Continue until all your ribbon embellishments are attached.

7.) Once you’ve finished attaching your ribbon embellishments, step back and examine your handiwork. Don’t be afraid to fluff your loops out a little more. The bigger, the better!

8.) Finally, display to your heart’s content!

Christmas Wreath

Additional Embellishments

Wreaths are great because you can personalize them with all the whimsy in the world. Here are a few of our other favorite embellishments that we like to deck our wreaths with.

Are you making your own creative wreaths this season? We’d love to see it! Use the social tag #mypapermart to share. If you loved this how-to, stay tuned! We’re looking forward to helping you upgrade your decorations this holiday season with more DIY craft videos, product features, and tips for small businesses.


  1. Noella Fitzpatrick August 15, 2020

    So excited that I stumbled on your page.
    Your prices are the best that I have seen by far.
    I am going to try my hand at wreath making and I don’t want to spend a lot of money.
    I will be placing an order soon.

  2. Sheila Renslow March 29, 2020

    My daughter-in-law has bought abought 4 of these wreaths that she paid 45.00 each. I think I will do this to make extra money. The wreaths are beautiful and I can add my own ideas to dress them up more. I’m glad I stumbled onto your page.

  3. Paula November 12, 2019

    What size wreaths do you use?

  4. Linda Gonder October 15, 2019

    I was very happy to find your blog love to make wreaths and your prices are very good just placed a order thank you

  5. Ruth September 13, 2019

    Beautiful! You made it look easy. Think I will give it a try now. Thank You.😄

  6. Kellie November 26, 2018

    I would love to make one of these beautiful wreaths. Santa’s budget is so tight this year with all the medical costs but I’m saving this for next year! Thank you for sharing.

  7. Edna J November 20, 2018

    Thank you for showing step by step how to make an amazing wreath. I appreciate it.

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