DIY: 7 festive holiday wreaths made from upcycled materials!

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#1: Wrapping Paper Wreath

This wreath was made using leftover pieces of wrapping paper – which I absolutely love for this time of the year. It seems like every time I wrap a gift, I am left with wrapping paper scraps. Now, I have the perfect project in mind for those leftover pieces. This wreath can be made using an assortment of colors to match your design aesthetic.

+ Wrapping Paper Wreath
+ via BluKat Kraft

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#2: Magazine Wreath

If you’re looking for a wreath that you will definitely enjoy not only during the holidays, but all year long, this magazine wreath fits the bill. It’s elegant enough to hang in your home indefinitely and the design makes quite a statement!

+ Magazine Wreath
+ via Gus and Other Things

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#3: Wine Cork Wreath

Do you have a large jar of wine corks in your home like I do? I am always looking for new and creative ways to use those corks. This recycled wine cork wreath would be perfect for using a large quantity of corks in one project. I like that it can be customized with a design that could be enjoyed year round or dressed up with holiday colors.

+ Wine Cork Wreath
+ via Lizzie Jo Designs

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#4: Holiday Light Wreath

My husband loves old-school large bulb lights for the holidays. The only problem, so many of them burn out that we are usually left with a box of duds. Instead of tossing them, transform them into a holiday light wreath to really brighten any space!

+ Holiday Light Wreath
+ via C. Dianne Zweig

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#5: Necktie Wreath

Does your husband have a necktie or several that he doesn’t wear anymore? Why not use them to make a fun and festive wreath? I love how customizable this project is and it would make a fun gift for grandpa!

+ Necktie Wreath
+ Vintage Grey

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#6: Organic Tea Wreath

This wreath may be my favorite of the bunch. It includes tea and could double as a gift. I think this wreath would be fun to make for the kitchen and you could customize it with your family’s favorite tea or even small cocoa packets! If you’re giving it as a gift, keep the tea bags in tact. Or if you plan on making one from used tea packets, just take care when you open them to keep them in wreath-worthy condition!

+ Organic Tea Wreath
+ HerBlog

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#7: Toilet Paper Roll Wreath

I have been collecting toilet paper rolls for quite some time and this wreath seems like the perfect project to use them up! I think this would be just as much fun for the kids as the adults. The best part, if you only want to use it for one season, that’s OK — simply recycle it when you’re finished enjoying it.

+ Toilet Paper Roll Wreath
+ via Perfect-Pin

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