Inside: The best Christmas deco mesh wreath ideas and an easy way to DIY.
Christmas time is the time of year when you get to put maximum effort into making your house feel like a winter wonderland. The rest of the year, your space gets to be its regular basic self…but during the holiday, everything gets turned up a notch.
I think there is something so magical about transforming your space, and of course, you can’t decorate for Christmas without adding a wreath to your front door. Wreaths are one of the biggest staples of Christmas decor, and for a good reason. They go back hundreds of years, and there are so many different kinds!
Today I am going to show you the best Christmas deco mesh wreath ideas as well as walk you through a simple DIY that you can make yourself if you are feeling crafty. So let’s get into it!
Must-See Christmas Mesh Wreath Ideas
Here I have compiled some of the cutest Christmas mesh wreath ideas for you to start looking through. You can use these ideas as inspiration for your own decor wreath, or you can buy one if you like. Each one is amazing and unique in its own way. Take a look to see what I mean!
1. Grinch Themed Wreath with Deco Mesh
2. Wreath with a Big Deco Mesh Bow
3. White and Black Christmas Wreath idea
4. Cute Christmas Truck Sign with Mesh
5. Colorful Christmas Wreath Idea
6. Frilly Red and White Snowman
7. White and Red Mesh Deco Wreath Idea
8. Cool Santa Themed Wreath Idea
9. Cute Ribboned Wreath with Santa
10. Jack Skellington Wreath Idea
11. Bright Festive Wreath Idea
Unique Deco Wreath
These wreaths are so cool. Each one is a little different from the next, so if you have yet to find an idea that you can run with, you need to check these out. I especially love number 17, the grinch free zone wreath. It’s just so cute and funny; how could you not love it?
12. Farmhouse Style Wreath with Greens
13. Merry Christmas Wreath Idea
14. Mesh Decor Idea with Santa Doll
15. Fluffy and Curly Ribboned Wreath Idea
16. Red and White Unique Christmas Wreath
17. Grinch Free Zone Idea
18. Classic Christmas Truck Idea
19. Santa Stop Here Sign
Deco Mesh Wreath Ideas
I know better than anyone how hard it can be to factor in crafting with a busy schedule. So if you want to benefit from a cute Christmas Deco Mesh Wreath but don’t have the time, I made this list with you in mind. Take a look at each of these ideas and get yourself the one you love most.
20. Cute Red Sparkly Deco Mesh Decor
21. Gingerbread Bakery Sign Wreath
22. It’s the Most Wonderful Time Of the Year
23. Green and Red Merry Christmas Wreath
24. Perfect Festive Wreath Idea
25. Black and Grey Wreath Idea with Bow
26. Candy Cane Themed Mesh Wreath
27. Joyful Merry and Blessed Square Idea
28. Winter Farmhouse Wreath Idea
29. Bright Green and Red Grinchmas Wreath
30. Classic Christmas Wreath Look
31. Christmas Tree Mesh Wreath Idea
Christmas Deco Mesh Wreath Ideas: DIY
Here is my favorite part of this whole article: The Christmas Deco Mesh DIY! I love putting together these DIYs because it gives me an excuse to get into my craft room. Remember that the wreath that I am making here can be customized however you like, so if you want to change anything up, you can!
- Metal Wreath Form
- Christmas Deco Mesh Colors
- Grinch Wreath Sign Idea
- Twist Ties or Pipe Cleaners
Step One: Set Out Your Ingredients
In french cuisine, the chef always lays out his ingredients in front of him. This way, when he is in the middle of cooking, he knows exactly where his ingredients are when he needs them. I use this same concept, but with my crafting supplies. You are going to want to lay everything out in front of you.
This also gives you the opportunity to brainstorm any changes or additions you want to make to your wreath when you get started!
Step Two: Tie on your Pipe Cleaners
Next up, we are going to add pipe cleaners. These are going to be what tie your mesh onto the wreath form in a way that allows it to be ruffled and cute. Just loop them onto one of the middle wires in a way that has the two ends face up towards you like a V. You can continue to work your way around your wreath doing this every 2 to 3 inches until it’s covered.
Step Three: Add the Mesh
Now you get to add the mesh. Take whichever color you want to start with and bunch it up in your hand, so it has cute looks ruffles. Then lay the bunch in between the V of the pipe cleaners and twist it around it. This will fasten the mesh to the wreath. You can alternate colors; I am going to alternate red and bright green because I am making a Grinch-Themed Wreath.
You can continue doing this all the way around the wreath until it is fully covered. You can do multiple layers if you want a thicker look, or you can squeeze more mesh into the areas you want to fluff. It is really up to you!
Step Four: Add the Sign
I am not sure if you are going to add a sign like I am doing, but it’s one of my favorite parts. It just pulls the whole thing together and makes it so cute! I take some more pipe cleaners and tie the top of the sign to the frame underneath the mesh on the frame. Tie it a couple of times so that it is secure.
Now you can take a step back and see if you want to add anything else or make any adjustments that you want. I found some little colorful glue on sequins in my craft room, so I added those all around the wreath, but you can add anything you like as long as it adds to the overall theme of the wreath.
Step Five: Add a Ribbon
Now you need to add the ribbon to the back. This is what you will be hanging the wreath with. Just tie it to two different parts or the wreath backing so that it does not slide or move. Now you have yourself a Christmas Deco Mesh Wreath.
What did I tell you…deco mesh wreaths for the win! I love learning how to craft new home decor for so many reasons, but the top one is that I get to see something that I put my heart into every single day. It is better than simply buying one (although no judgment here if you do that any wreath is better than no wreath).
If you want to keep this crafting session rolling, I have so many other ideas that you can move on to. If you have read my articles, you know how passionate I am about wreath DIYs, so you know I have some good ideas here.
The most important part is that you enjoy what you are making and enjoy the process of making it. Crafting can be very therapeutic. Doing the things you love doing is the best way to be the happiest you that you can be. So happy crafting!