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Monday, October 30, 2017

10 Amazing Farmhouse Wreaths

It's amazing what a difference can be seen in just one week's time.  Last week at this time we were in the 80's and commiserating over the fact that it was so warm; this morning it is 38* and making my thoughts turn to Christmas and how I'm going to be decorating.  So funny, how things can change so quickly.  Yesterday the grandkids came over and we spent the evening on the patio around the firepit roasting marshmallows, drinking hot chocolate,  and watching the football game while bundled up in warm blankets.  That's a far cry from being at the pool last weekend.  This time of year can sure get crazy...

Vintage, Paint and more... a roundup of some amazing wreaths, some with tutorials to diy your own

I have been working on a few crafts and projects for the holidays and can't wait to share them with you.  But, for today I thought I would show you some Amazing Farmhouse Wreaths that can be used through the various seasons Fall-Spring.  Some I have made and am giving you a link to my tutorial for them and some I have fallen in love with on Amazon.  I will be leaving a link to these to make it easier for you to find.

                           10 AMAZING FARMHOUSE WREATHS

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Vintage, Paint and more... cotton boll wreath made from a cotton boll garland with a black and white check bow displayed on a screened picture frame
                                                       Cotton Boll Wreath

What is it about a cotton boll wreath that just screams Farmhouse - and rightly so.  This one I made in less than thirty minutes by using a bit of leftover cotton boll garland I had and adding a big black and white checked bow.  Hang it on an old screen window frame and you have Farmhouse design.  It can be used this way year round or you can change the bow out to reflect the seasons.


                                                          Farmhouse Cotton Boll Wreath

Sometimes "faux" cotton boll garlands are difficult to find so I found this cotton boll wreath on Amazon if you can't find a garland or if you would just rather find one already made.

Vintage, Paint and more... a farmhouse wreath made using white burlap and a styrofoam wreath form
                                                                      Burlap Wreath

This burlap wreath is one of my favorites as it is made with white burlap I found at Wal-Mart so it can be used in any season in any room.  I can change it up by adding a bow, or "faux" flowers or foliage or small ornaments.  The full tutorial can be found by clicking on the above link.

                                                         Preserved Boxwood Wreath

I am in the market for a preserved Boxwood wreath and am thinking of adding it to my Christmas decor this year.  I found this gorgeous one on Amazon.  It's 12" and looks quite full.  I think it would be gorgeous with a burlap bow added and hanging on my china cabinet.

Vintage, Paint and more... a wreath made from old vintage book pages
                                                                     Book Page Wreath

I made this book page wreath several years ago using an old book I found that was falling apart and headed to the trash  It measures 28" across so it is quite a statement piece.  I used it above our mantel for a couple of years but it is presently hanging on a mirror in our entryway.  Because of its neutral color, it can be used anywhere in any season.  I do not dress it up in any way as I think it has a beauty of its own that does not need to be enhanced.  The tutorial for this wreath can be found at the link above.

                                                                       Olive Wreath

I love the shape of this Olive Wreath.  It's faux but looks so real.  I am thinking this would be so nice hanging in my kitchen year round.  And just think how it would look with a bright pretty bow for the holidays.

Vintage, Paint and more... a farmhouse wreath made using yarn and a wire wreath form
                                                                White Yarn Wreath

I made this white yarn wreath a few years ago to hang on our Christmas mantel.  It is such a pretty wreath and adds so much texture to any vignette you want to add it too.  It is about 24" and does take a bit of yarn to make.  Because it's white it can be used in any room through the fall into spring seasons.  I have added snowflake ornaments to it and it was beautiful.  You can find the tutorial by clicking on the link.

                                                                  Bay Leaf Wreath

I am in love with the rusticness of this Bay leaf wreath and imagine the wonderful aroma that emits from those fragrant leaves just filling the kitchen year round.  The raffia bow could be changed out for one that matches my decor.  This is definitely a contender for our Christmas decor.

Vintage, Paint and more... a wreath made with painted pinecones, red berries and glitter on a wire wreath form
                                                                  Pinecone Wreath

I had wanted a pinecone wreath for years and finally a couple of years ago I made this one with pinecones found in our backyard at the time.  It wasn't a difficult task to make but did take a little time but the rewards - it has definitely been one of my favorites also.  Done with red berries and some snow glitter it needs no other enhancements to make it shine.  It is a gorgeous statement in its own right.  You can find the tutorial by clicking on the link above.

                                                                    Rustic Tree Bark

Loving this rustic tree bark wreath I found on Amazon.  I can see this one hanging over my mantel in my family room.  It just screams farmhouse to me.   I may have to put this one on my Christmas list.  

That's all I have for today -10 of my favorite Farmhouse wreaths.  Some of these can be made easily and used year-round in any room for any season.  You can enhance each of them with different ribbons and faux foliage to obtain a completely different look and reflect whatever season you are decorating for.  Each one is quite beautiful and would be a great addition to any farmhouse decor. I am having a difficult time picking just one to be my favorite as many of them fall in that class.  Which one is your favorite?

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                                                                      Ornament Wreath

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                 Vintage Candy Stripe Wreath


  1. I'm in love with the Bay wreath. One of my favorite spices and healthy herbs but the decor is so simple.

    1. It is a beautiful wreath and I can only imagine the wonderful aroma it emits.

  2. I love a door wreth and have been looking into buying one, no need now as I will have a go at making it #happynow@_karendennis

    1. So glad you found something you like that you can create. I love creating my own wreaths.

  3. Great wreaths! I'm a sucker for anything with pom poms so that's my fave. The pinecone one is cute too. Visiting from We Are Pinnable party.

    1. I love both of those as well and think the pom pom one may be a big part of my decor this year.

  4. Gorgeous wreaths! I have a thing for wreaths of all kind and collect them on my Pinterest board! Pinned!

  5. I love all kinds of wreaths myself. Thank you for pinning and for stopping by.

  6. These are all pretty. I love the boxwood one. There is a wreath for every style of home.

    1. I like the boxwood also and would love one for my house. Thank you for stopping by.

  7. What a beautiful collection, Cathy! It's hard to choose a favorite, they are all so fun! Thanks for sharing at Vintage Charm--pinned!

    1. I have to agree Cecelia. I love them all also. Thank you for stopping by.

  8. I love all the wreaths. They are so simple & basic, yet so beautiful at the same time.

    - Natalie A.

    1. I like simplicity and love that they will not compete with other decor in the room.

  9. Such pretty wreaths love the book page one

  10. Lots of pretties for sure! Thanks for sharing with SYC.

  11. Pretty wreaths but my favorite by far is the burlap one. Its so shabby chic, love it.


  12. These are amazing, and each so unique! I have made the ornament wreath before, but I really like the one mounted on chicken wire. I am really getting into the farmhouse style now!

  13. Oh I have wanted a boxwood wreath forever too so I'll have to check that one out. Wanted to let you know I'm featuring your wreath roundup when my link party opens up tonight! Thanks so much for sharing.