DIY Wintery Pearl Wreath

This year, I’ve decided to change up my Christmas decor a bit and go neutral! I am using white, creams, golds, and some silver. I’ve had this mirror that I have been wanting to use on my mantel for quite a while and it’s finally making its debute this Christmas. I have been working on my mantel decor and I’m super excited to show you how to make this wintery pearl wreath that I hung on my mirror.

You’ll need a foam wreath form, some thick ribbon (get two spools – I ran out halfway!, hot glue/gun  and lots and lots of pearls. I used different colors and sizes to create some dimension.

First, wrap your wreath with ribbon then start gluing… and gluing… and gluing! I placed them on scattering the colors and sizes. 

I didn’t cover the back or the inside to save some money on supplies and it looks really elegant without them done so it’s no biggie! If you want, you could totally glue more. 
That’s it! Easy huh!? My plan is to use it even after Christmas since winter lasts quite a long time here in New York. This would even be a fun idea for a wedding! Gotta love all the possibilities!

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42 Responses to DIY Wintery Pearl Wreath

  1. Emily711 says:

    Love this wreath! And I love the fact that you could use it not only during the winter months perfectly, but also throughout the year. Love your blog….I am a regular follower to watch you DIY’s :)


  2. It’s so pretty! I think it’s a great idea and it turned out perfectly!

  3. Kajsa Pace says:

    Wow! So pretty! Perfect for all winter long.

  4. Jana Faith says:

    Oh my gosh! That is seriously gorgeous. Very luxurious looking.

  5. gorgeous! reminds me of bubbles!

  6. KaraPadgett says:

    Love it!! I’m going to have to try this. I love your blog and DIY’s. I’d love for you to stop by my blog and follow as I’m now following you :D


  7. ARod says:

    wow it looks fabulous great job

  8. Grey says:

    So beautiful! I would definitely keep it somewhere all year long.

  9. I can’t get over how pretty that turned out! It is definitely pretty enough to remain out all year!

  10. Nici Higby says:

    This is so, so pretty. Great job! I love how you varied the sizes of the pearls too.

  11. This is a beautiful wreath. So pretty even in it’s simplicity. I’m still tipping that it took you some time to glue them on but well worth every minute!

  12. This is absolutely gorgeous. I could see it in my mom’s dining room.

  13. This is beautiful! I am featuring this at today.

  14. feelincrafty says:

    This is beautiful! Pearls are part of my Christmas decor, so this is very tempting!!!

  15. Your wreath is gorgeous. I love this. It is right up my ally. I have a link party called Wednesdays Adorned From Above Blog Hop and would love to have you share this with everyone. It runs from Wednesday through midnight Sunday. Here is the link to the party.
    Debi @ Adorned From Above

  16. Fantastically gorgeous! Pinning immediately =)

    <3 Christina at I Gotta Create!
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  17. This is so beautiful! I love how elegant it is, wonderful job!

  18. Beautiful! I want to do something similar for our house for after the Christmas decor comes down. I like to decorate for the seasons.

  19. I love this. It is so girly!

  20. So classy and girly! I love this wreath!

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  21. Your wreath is so beautiful! I’ve always been a pearl kind-a girl. They just add a perfect, elegant touch.

    I’d love if you linked up to my Show & Tell party this week.

    Merry Christmas

  22. I happen to love the shabby chic/vintage/French inspired decorating style and this would be beautiful year round! Thanks for the easy to follow tutorial and the great idea!

  23. DIY Show Off says:

    It’s GORGEOUS! Beautiful job! I’m including a link back in this week’s holiday highlights. Thanks so much for sharing! :)
    Merry Christmas!

  24. So beautiful!!! Love the pearls, thank you for sharing have a wonderful Christmas!

  25. Helen Graham says:

    This is absolutely gorgeous!! I wonder if it would have the same effect with all of the extra beads I have kicking around the house…..hmmmmm. Thanks so much for sharing :-)

  26. Cindi Martin says:

    I think it is absolutely gorgeous, and PERFECT for Valentines Day decor!

  27. Cindi Martin says:

    I think it is absolutely gorgeous, and PERFECT for Valentines Day decor!

  28. That is beautiful. Looks so easy to make, but it’s so elegant!

  29. Danee says:

    Really pretty and elegant. It’s not often that I find a wreath on a blog that I actually think is pretty but this blew me away. I think I might make a few myself.

  30. Maria says:

    Aww what a beautiful wreath! Love the pearls, the wreath looks so elegant! And perfect for winter, the pearls give it that wintery shimmer! Happy New Year!

  31. Lauren says:

    Wow. I love this. So pretty. I am hosting a link party and would love it if you would check it out. Thanks.

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  34. This wreath is lovely! I am pinning for a future project :)
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  35. This is GORGEOUS! Thank you for sharing!!

  36. Tammi says:

    I love this wreath! Though Christmas has passed I am going to make one for my office. I am redecorating and I think this will look fantastic! Great post. :)
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  37. Stephanie says:

    I love how simple and elegant this is. It could be left up until Valentine’s even, since it’s so neutral!

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