Christmas Wreath Roundup

I thought it was rather appropriate to
 share a quick little meaning of the
Christmas Wreath 
before we get all crazy with the cuteness!!
(you probably already know, but it's always
 good to have a refresher course!) ;)
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Wreaths are like a circle. Which means no beginning or no end. This symbolizes eternity - the unending circle of life. The evergreen tree (used to make wreaths) means growth and everlasting life. Holly branches have thorns. When used in a wreath it symbolizes the crown of thorns put on Jesus head when he was crucified. The red berries symbolize his blood that was shed for us. So, there you have it. Let's see those wreaths!
Did you know that I have an ENTIRE board on pinterest dedicated just to my love for wreaths. It's true. Come by and check it out! ;)
This adorable yarn wreath is made by my great friend from
For the LOVE!! 
How cute is this mesh wreath from
Custom for Molly - Kelly Green with Pink Polka Dot
Red and brown burlap ruffled wreath, 
perfect with a green polka dot ribbon hanger from
DIY rolled paper wreath from
How CUTE is this gumdrop wreath from

Even though this is meant to be a Valentine wreath, 
I think it's perfect for Christmas too! What a cute idea to make 
a cupcake liner wreath from
I can't even tell you how MUCH I am in love with 
this feather boa wreath from
Christmas Wreath - Lime Green Feather Wreath with Red Ornaments
DARLING yarn wreath with 
adorable felt rosettes! This one is from
Yarn Wreath Felt Handmade Holiday Door Decoration - Holiday Special 12in
How elegant looking is this
 adorable ornament wreath!
I love the simple look of 
this fern wreath found here
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Cute as a button wreath from
What a fun idea to use pom-poms to make 
a fun and fuzzy-cozy wreath from
Christmas Wreath, Old Fashion Christmas Wreath
How FUN is this Christmas scrabble wreath from
A VERY cute 3D paper star wreath from
check out how she made each star!
My, oh my! 
SO many cute wreaths!
Do you have one to share with us?
Link it up here!
Christmas Wreath Roundup


keepingthechristmasspiritalive365 said...

I love wreaths and have linked up a post I did a while ago. Thanks for sharing the meaning and significance today.

Best Christmas wishes,

Dave'sWife@{thediaryofdaveswife} said...

AWWW! Frined!!! Thanks for the Feature! This is an AWESOME list. Pinning it now ;0)