Here are 12 DIY winter wreaths, perfect for warming up that bleak January stretch after all the Christmas decorations are down.
I’m seeing so many naked doors around town right now! Its a little too early for the bright Easter pastels, and we’ve got Christmas (finally!) packed up. So here are my favorite January Wreaths, perfect winter wreaths for hanging up until the snow thaws!
Great options for winter wreaths include wreaths in the white/brown/green/blue palette. They’re typically more rustic with natural elements, or snowy or icy blue. Some great winter greenery options are eucalyptus, juniper, evergreen, bay, and magnolia. You could use fresh or artificial!
There aren’t a whole lot of flowers blooming in the winter, but white artificial flowers can look lovely for winter. Maybe white hydrangeas, magnolias, roses, or peonies, although they can look kind of wedding-ish. There’s always white Christmas flowers, like poinsettia. I love my White Poinsettia Wreath!
And of course pinecones! I could probably do a whole roundup of different style pinecone wreaths. You can check out my Pinecone Wreath tutorial to get you started on a pinecone wreath, it is pictured below as well.
You can also check out my “January Wreaths” board on Pinterest for lots more ideas!
January Wreath Ideas
12 beautiful wintery wreaths, perfect work warming up your front door in January! Whites, frosty greens and rustic neutrals are perfect for capturing the cozy winter vibes.
How to Make a Pinecone Wreath
Pinecones are perfect for January wreaths! These glittery pinecones with a flannel buffalo check bow are so pretty.
Minimalist Eucalyptus Wreath DIY
This snowy eucalyptus wreath is minimalist in a cozy Scandinavian kind of way. Bring some hygge to your front door with this wintery wreath!
Snowy Poinsettia Wreath
Red poinsettias are Christmassy, but white ones are gorgeous for winter. These blooms have a snowy glitter to them and look absolutely stunning on a dark front door.
Winter wonderland pom-pom wreath
These Anthro inspired white and cream pom pom wreaths make a great and inexpensive January wreath. The little polar bears are a cute addition!
DIY Fresh Christmas Wreath
Minus the Merry Christmas sign, this snowy wreath would be gorgeous through January! This is a fresh wreath, but you could easily replicate it with faux greenery.
DIY Embroidery Hoop Wreath
Minimal wreaths and decor can feel very Scandinavian and wintery. This easy tutorial can be used with any greenery!
Make a giant wood snowflake
I love this wreath (door hanger?)! On a dark door, this huge snowflake definitely commands attention! The rustic detailing makes it feel cozy and handmade.
Magnolia Wreath DIY
Magnolia leaves are a beautiful green color, and transition perfectly from Christmas to winter to pretty much year round!
How to Make a Foraged Fresh Wreath
If you have access to cedars, balsams, firs and other evergreens, you can try your hand at making a fresh foraged wreath that will look lovely through January!
For a bit more color and an icy feel, try a wreath in pale blues and whites like this square winter wreath. Perfect for January!
Pearl Wreath DIY
This stunning white wreath is a classy and luxurious option for a January wreath. Guests are sure to oooh and ahhh over it!
This "snowball" wreath is a cozy and cute option for a wintery January wreath. Use the suggested colors, or all whites for a lovely effect.
Dollar Store White Berry Wreath
White berry branches make a beautiful winter wreath, and stand out against a dark door. This project uses Dollar Tree supplies for an inexpensive project!
If you’ve got your own idea for a winter wreath, but need a little help getting started, check out my Ultimate Wreath Guide post where I talk all about the different types of wreaths, supplies you need and my best tips.
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