1 Curious little hands can't reach the snowy shelves of a cupboard, where a flocked cedar wreath hangs against a creamware plate.
2 This shimmering wreath of faux gold leaves and branches makes a festive door display.
3 Go for the gold and enrich a simple cedar wreath with tiny bells, sprigs of golden cedar, and a matching satin bow.
4 Use a soft-touch ring to make a quick and beautiful Christmas wreath.
5 Add pepperberries to a vine wreath form for a decorative accent that spreads holiday cheer in or outdoors.
6 Made from sweet-smelling sprigs of golden cedar, this star-shaped wreath uses the same technique as the round form.
7 Use holly leaves and berries to provide a brilliant splash of red and green against an otherwise whitewashed winter backdrop.
8 To carry on the cheerful tradition of holly-bedecked halls, add berry accents to a circle of silver fir. Because holly dries out quickly, it's best to display this wreath outside.
9 Enjoy the wonderfully familiar sounds of the holidays while keeping warm indoors. Hang this wreath where it will be heard (on a door, for instance), and bring the ring of sleigh bells to all the rooms in the house.
10 Hang a festive ring of mistletoe and inspire passion as well as good cheer.
11 The shiny green foliage of a boxwood wreath embellished with a quartet of slim satin bows captures the classic Christmas pairing of red and green. This window wreath could just as easily adorn a door or wall to make a festive statement.
12 An inviting wreath composed of cushion moss will thrive all year. Use some or all of the following natural materials to craft a beautiful wreath for your home.
13 Step aside, holly and mistletoe -- or at least make room for something new. The carnation is a surprisingly elegant and easygoing choice for holiday displays.
14 This woodsy design is equally comfortable on an outside door or above a fireplace.
15 At this time of year, everything seems to gleam. Echo this holiday luster at home with decorations like this wreath bedecked with tinsel and glitter.
16 This is one of the easiest wreaths we've ever made. No fussing over symmetry or bending of boughs -- just some spray paint, a hot-glue gun, and floral wire.
17 A fresh cranberry wreath will last just one Christmas, but this beaded version can be used year after year.
18 Ring in the winter holidays with an impressive yet easy-to-make decoration for the front door that packs a beribboned triple punch.
19 Create this glittering decoration by trimming a noble fir wreath with silvery ornaments and sprigs of seeded eucalyptus.
20 Make the entrance to your home inviting to holiday visitors -- including Santa -- with bright, merry lights; their sparkle highlights the shimmering globes and greenery of this double wreath.
21 A delicate-looking wreath that creates the magical effect of candles flickering in the snow is easy to make and surprisingly sturdy.
22 This Scandinavian-style greenery "chandelier" is an eye-catching way to draw guests to a holiday cocktail or buffet table.
23 Our wreath is made of Eastern juniper; cedar would work well too. Avoid evergreens that shed their needles as they dry. When spraying adhesive and painting, work in a well ventilated area.
24 Ring in the season with a simple-to-make take on the classic evergreen wreath. A few blue spruce boughs are tied with twine and adorned with dozens of little bells for a pretty sound on otherwise silent nights.
25 A ring of cedar is festooned with amaryllis flowers and a red velveteen ribbon to create a stunning wreath perfect for your mantle or door.
26 Festive red bells mimic the season's holly berries in this evergreen door wreath.