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Homemade Christmas Holiday Wreaths with a Beach and Nautical Theme

Let's look at some festive wreaths with a beach and nautical theme. They capture the spirit of the season and I love them all!

nautical anchor Christmas wreath
Now, how original is this Anchor Wreath! Love at first site!


buoy wreath
I'm still getting a kick out of this Buoy Wreath published last year.

red Christmas wreath
Then I invited folks to post their homemade Christmas Holiday wreaths on my Facebook Page, this red beauty is one of them, shared by Angie, see here. All items were shopped from her home.

quahog shell wreath
A snapshot of a Quahog Christmas Holiday Wreath in Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia.

wreath with seaweed
Wendy lives in South Africa and says, "the "holly" is seaweed sprayed white!" How neat is that! You can learn more here.

shell wreath
Tracy's wreath, also shared on Facebook, simply added some artificial greenery to her beautiful shell wreath.

homemade Wisteria Christmas wreath
Janette, also posted her wreath on my Facebook Page. She found the ornaments on a clearance table and bought some ribbon that also matched her living room then went to town. She grew the Wisteria herself! Just gorgeous!

Christmas wreath with mermaids
Trisha's homemade Christmas wreath includes mermaids. And shells are plentiful where she lives, Gloucester, MA! She also was so kind to share her lovely wreath on my Facebook Page.

table top grapevine wreath
And a twist on the theme, a bare bone grapevine Christmas Wreath sets the stage for a pretty bowl.
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6 comments:

Paige said...

LOVE the anchor! My house has gone coastal, but my decorations need to catch up! I love all the ideas here!

missing moments said...

These are all so awesome! Love Janette's wreath with the turtles and seahorses!

Jankovice-13 said...

Beautiful photos ! Jana

Della said...

They are all fun, and /or gorgeous wreaths!

The Single Nester said...

An anchor wreath? How awesome!

Pirate Life said...

Ahoy! The anchor is such a seatastic idea.