What Does your Christmas Wreath Say about You? by Andrea R Huelsenbeck

I love looking at Christmas decorations. I think they reflect the people who put them up. Sometimes I wonder what those people are really like.

Many years ago, I bought a couple of horns at the craft store and dolled them up with ribbons and jingle bells and floral picks. I reasoned they would be perfect for a musician’s home.


Here are some Christmas wreaths I found on Pinterest recently. I’ve linked them back to their original articles. Sometimes directions are included–hey, there’s still time to make some these!

Santa Tulle Wreath

Santa Tulle Wreath

Hide and Seek Wreath


Yarn Wreath


Red and White Bow Wreath


Christmas Card Wreath

Christmas card display wreath

Candy Cane Wreath

Candy Cane Wreath

Wood Slice Wreath

Wood Slice Wreath

Cork Wreath

Cork Wreath

Christmas Ornament Wreath

Ornament Wreath

Pinecone and Berry Wreath

Pinecone and Berry Wreath

Nightmare Before Christmas Wreath

Nightmare Before Christmas Wreath

Do you have a wreath displayed at your house? Why did you choose that particular wreath? Share with us in the comments.

About Andrea R Huelsenbeck

Andrea R Huelsenbeck is a wife, a mother of five and a former elementary general music teacher. A freelance writer in the 1990s, her nonfiction articles and book reviews appeared in Raising Arizona Kids, Christian Library Journal, and other publications. She is currently working on a young adult mystical fantasy novel and a mystery.
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3 Responses to What Does your Christmas Wreath Say about You? by Andrea R Huelsenbeck

  1. We don’t have a wreath up yet, but I enjoyed looking at the ones you posted.

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Linda Carlblom says:

    What a fun post. There are so many different kinds of wreaths. Really creative!

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Andrea R Huelsenbeck says:

    Reblogged this on ARHtistic License and commented:

    This article first appeared on Doing Life Together.


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