While seasonal wreath shopping is one of our favorite forms of retail therapy, there's a certain satisfaction that comes with creating your own. These DIY versions use unexpected materials that feel more festive than seasonally specific — no need to switch for each holiday! From steps that include foraging your local farmers market to plucking pictures from a family album, these wreaths offer a more personal way to celebrate the season.
Montana-based interior designer Kate Ledford used antlers, pheasant and quail feathers, dried berries, painted straw snowflakes, twigs, and heavy wire to create this woodsy wreath for Sunset magazine.
Blue patterned paper almost looks like tiny feathers in this modern wreath featured in Sweet Paul.
This wreath, featured in Country Living, adds a nostalgic spin with black and white photos. Consider it a family tree that also doubles as decor!
An inexpensive grapevine starter wreath, a glue gun, and an armful of mini white pumpkins are all you need to pull off this simple but lovely wreath idea from Terrain.