DIY Christmas decoration: Easy 4-step mesh wreath tutorial and 10 mesh wreath ideas on designs

Written by Kristiyana Burdeva

Less than a month until Christmas, and I bet some of you haven’t even still started decorating yet! Most of the best decorations are probably sold out by now, as you know how crazy folks can get around the big holidays. But you don’t need to worry, as every one knows that the best items are those we make ourselves! Nothing is better than spending some quality time with your family and friends by participating in a fun and practical activity. So would you be interested in designing a unique Christmas decoration to place outside your door, or anywhere else you like, and at the same time save some money? Then you, my friend have come to the right place! Let’s make a beautiful DIY Christmas decoration by following an easy 4-Step tutorial on how to make a mesh wreath, and then look at some mesh wreath ideas on how to style it per your preferences! Who’s with me?

How to make a Christmas mesh wreath?

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Before we begin creating, let’s gather all we need to make the best red sparkly deco mesh wreath!

What you will need:

  • 14” metal wreath form
  • 3 packages of red decorative mesh
  • a package of white decorative mesh
  • a package of white and red sparkly tulle
  • 15 red sparkle pipe cleaners
  • 1 roll of red sequin ribbon
  • mini silver Christmas ornaments
  • hot glue
  • hot glue gun
  • scissors

Step 1: Cut and roll your wreath supplies

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Let’s start this easy DIY Christmas wreath tutorial by cutting the red sparkle pipe cleaners in half. Then proceed with cutting all of the sequin ribbon, decorative mesh and sparkly tulle into 6 inch/15 cm lengths. The mesh will naturally curl up, which is superb for this craft, as we need to roll each piece into a tighter tube. For the tulle, best to roll it diagonally.

Step 2: Prepare mesh wreath bunches

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For the second step of the DIY tutorial, you will need to gather all your bunches. Take 4 pieces of mesh, tulle, and ribbon. Use at least 2-3 pieces of red mesh for the bottom layer of each bunch. Lay the pieces on top of each other in the pattern of a snowflake. Then take a sparkly pipe cleaner and wrap it around each bunch to secure it, twisting at last 3-4 times. Repeat this activity for the rest of the bunches. Around 30 should come out.

Step 3: Attach bunches to wreath frame

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Time to attach your magical mesh wreath bunches to the frame! Lay each bunch on the front of the wreath. Then go to its back and grab the two ends of the chenille stem. Attach them to the two inner wires on the wreath form by twisting the two ends of the chenille stem together 3 times, around the wires. The wreath form should end up with 5 attached mesh bunches.

Step 4: Glue ornaments to mesh wreath

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Before we move on to the next step, first lay your Christmas mesh wreath on the table to fluff its bunches to get the look you want. Then take the little silver ornaments and prepare your hot glue gun. Apply hot glue to the side of each ornament and place them around your wreath. Make sure they are tightly glued, so they don’t fall off. Congratulations, you have completed your red sparkly deco mesh wreath!

Christmas mesh wreath ideas

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I hope you enjoyed making a red sparkly DIY deco mesh wreath, but if you are looking for more mesh wreath ideas, then keep on scrolling to discover the best ones! Create this beauty by using red and green mesh, pieces of glittery greenery and small shiny red Christmas ornaments.

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No elf on the shelf? Go with this whimsical mesh wreath for Christmas and be sure that your decoration will be the talk of the block! This wreath is made of green mesh, an abundance of different ribbons, and for the elf part you can just get a stuffed one and attach it to the wreath.

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Looking for an elegant and stylish holiday wreath? Then you should go with the silver forest deco mesh wreath for your front door! Chic and intricate, this wreath is made from white mesh, ribbons with various patterns, and small elements like pine cones and glass Christmas ornaments.

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Another super quirky and fun idea for a Christmas wreath! The Grinch mesh wreath is a great choice if you want to surprise your children with a fun and unique design! It’s super easy to make as it consists of green mesh, a Christmas hat, and Grinch’s devilish smirk of course!

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Do you want a holiday wreath with an extravagant design? Here is yet another whimsical deco mesh wreath for your exterior decor! For this idea, you will surely need a lot of supplies to complete, but the best creations are always the ones we work the hardest for.

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Another elegant, yet very simple mesh wreath idea to try. The white Christmas mesh wreath is very easy to make, as it is mostly made from white mesh and small festive elements. I just love how the blue colour of the small pine trees complements that of the front door.

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If you really liked the first red and white deco mesh wreath design, then you will enjoy this one as well! Quite similar to the first, but this craft also includes a silver mesh along with the red and white ones. To complete, you will also need a large, magnificent silver ribbon.

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Doesn’t this mesh wreath remind you of Frozen? Well, all the better! Get the white and blue Christmas kingdom mesh wreath and awe all your neighbours!

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And last but not least, here is the curly Christmas mesh wreath! Delight your neighbourhood with Christmas spirit by creating this unique wreath and displaying it for all eyes to see!

Hopefully you had fun looking through these unique Christmas mesh wreath ideas, and are currently enjoying the one you made for yourself! There really is nothing better than spreading cheer with a homemade festive creation. Happy holidays everyone!




Kristiyana Burdeva is a content writer interested in the latest trends when it comes to hairstyles, fashion, makeup, interior design and tattoos. She loves to travel, and often embarks on road trips with her friends. Kristiyana likes to spend time in nature, going on hikes and camping trips. Ever since she can remember, she has loved to share her personal thoughts and opinions through writing and enjoys reading classical literature works.   Experience 
  • Author at since 2022, Kristiyana has written over 300 articles on various topics related to hairstyles, fashion, makeup, interior design, tattoo art, healthy lifestyle and kitchen recipes.
  • Prior to working at, Kristiyana worked as a freelance writer for various projects.
  • Her interest in hairstyles started back in late 2016 when she first started experimenting with hair dyes, and has been dyeing her own hair and that of close acquaintances ever since
  • Kristiyana has experience in working for a beauty company that sells luxurious cosmetics, which sparked her interest in learning about and establishing a quality skincare routine.
  • When it comes to cooking, she loves trying out new recipes, especially ones with various kinds of spices and herbs, and enjoys cooking for her family and friends.
  • In her yearly years, Kristiyana was very fond of drawing and painting and went on to study Arts for a brief period, and follows many artists on social media till date, tattoo artists included.
Education  Kristiyana went on to study in a specialized high school for English and German, and her love for the languages continues to date. She obtained a bachelor's degree in English and American studies. During her studies, she wrote numerous essays, poetry works, short stories and translated different texts. She was also involved in many volunteering programs, where she helped to educate children that came from unstable communities, or projects connected with the European Solidarity Corps.

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