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A Christmas Wreath Made of Scarves

I love making wreaths of all kinds and earlier this fall I decided I wanted to make a new Christmas wreath for the front door. I just had to wait until I found the three things I needed to put it together. Scarves…just three scarves. That’s all I needed… a red one, a white one, and a green one.

How to make a repurposed scarves Christmas wreath

Here are my supplies: three $1 thrifted scarves and a good sturdy coat hanger. I found the red and white scarves about a month ago and I was just waiting to find a green one, and I finally found  one last week. The scarves needed to be a similar weight and length. The ones I’m using are lightweight, but very fluffy.

Using pliers I undid the threaded part of the coat hanger, broke off the hanger part by bending it back and forth, and then straightened out what was left. Then I bent it into a circle and joined it together with gorilla tape.


Christmas Wreath Made of Scarves

I grabbed each scarf in its centre and held them all together in my hand. Then I began wrapping the three scarves around the hanger, making sure the colours stayed in the same order. (Because I’m obsessive like that. lol.)


Christmas Wreath Made of Scarves

Here’s what it looked like when I was finished wrapping all the way around the hanger. I wrapped an elastic band around the ends of the scarves and arranged how I wanted them to hang.


Christmas Wreath Made of Scarves

Then, because I thought it needed a little something more, I added a $1 thrifted brooch to give it a little bling. A little bling never hurt anybody. lol.


Christmas Wreath Made of Scarves

And here’s my finished wreath. I could add more embellishments, but I like the simplicity of it just the way it is.


Christmas Wreath Made of Scarves

This wreath was a piece of Christmas cake to make, and it cost me just $4.

I love the fact that the scarves are just wrapped around the hanger, so I can easily change this wreath next year if I want to. I think just using the red and white ones would make a lovely candy cane looking wreath. Scarves can be found in so many colours, so it would be so easy to match any Christmas decor.


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How to make a repurposed scarves Christmas wreath

Thanks so much for reading, and until next time…

keep on keepin’ on!



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  1. Hello Tuula

    Go ahead, no problem with using my icon. Tried to get you through your follow button on my page but it took me to a page full of adverts connected to air ports here.!!

    Interesting way of making a Christmas wreath.

  2. So pretty! Love the brighter shade of green, it makes the whole wreath pop! And I remember when those fuzzy scarves were all the rage at local gift shops. Now they are showing up in thrift stores – funny how that works!

    1. Thanks Sharon! All the passing fads seem to end up in thrift shops eventually, and it's so fun to find other ways to use things. Thanks so much for stopping by!

  3. Absolutely beautiful and such a great idea!! I love it. I hope to have my burlap candy cane wreath posted by tomorrow. The last part of your post made me think about that. I can't seem to get caught up. LOL Thank you so much for sharing each week at A Bouquet of Talent. Always a pleasure having you. 🙂

    1. Thanks Kathy. I know the feeling. lol. I've got so many Christmas decorating ideas and there's no way I'll have time to do them all. It's such fun to try though. Can't wait to see your wreath. I'm sure it's fabulous!

  4. What a fun idea, to use scarves to make a wreath. It turned out darling, thanks for sharing!

  5. Tuula, What a creative way to make a Christmas scarf wreath. Thanks for sharing this wonderful project on Simple & Sweet Fridays.


    1. Thanks so much Meredith! It's so much fun to link up every week and see what everyone is doing. So inspirational!
      Tuula 🙂