Tulle Christmas Wreath

Tulle Christmas Wreath - Use this tutorial and tulle to create a fun wreath for any holiday. {The Ribbon Retreat Blog}

Get ready for Christmas with our super cute Tulle Christmas Wreath! You can do this wreath in any fun colors, perfect for any holiday, and all you need to know is how to tie a knot. Super easy and fun! Click Read More to see the tutorial.


Hello Ribbon Retreat readers. It’s Michaela from Covered in Mod Podge again. This time around I’m going to show you how to make a whimsical Tulle Christmas Wreath to punch up your Christmas decorations!

I try to make a new wreath each month for my front door. I have fallen in love with how easy and affordable wreaths can be to make. This Christmas season I decided to use wreaths as apart of my decor both inside and outside my home.

To make your own Tulle Christmas Wreath, you’ll need:

3 rolls of tulle {I used Red, White, and Mint as well as Charcoal Glimmer Tulle}

Ribbon for hanging {I used Double Faced Stain Ribbon in White}

Wreath form {Purchased from local craft store}

First, a word about tulle amount. I used about 2/3rd of 4 different 25 yard tulle rolls. Three rolls would be perfect for making this wreath!

Start out by cutting your tulle. You’ll need to cut strips that are 14 inches long by 3 inches wide. You can use this this tip to make quick work of cutting my tulle. Cutting all of my four rolls took about 15 minutes.

Tulle Christmas Wreath - Use this tutorial and tulle to create a fun wreath for any holiday. {The Ribbon Retreat Blog}

The tulle does a good job of covering your wreath form. I do not think you need to take the time to wrap your wreath form in a fabric similar to your tulle selection. I recycled an old wreath and was too lazy to undo the white fabric.

Tulle Christmas Wreath - Use this tutorial and tulle to create a fun wreath for any holiday. {The Ribbon Retreat Blog}

You’ll tie your tulle to your wreath form three strips at a time. I alternated between three of the same color and multi-color ties. Use a simple double knot for securing the tulle to the wreath.

Tying your tulle is a bit of a repetitive process. It’s a good time to catch up on that show you always seem to miss {for me it’s Ellen}.

Tulle Christmas Wreath - Use this tutorial and tulle to create a fun wreath for any holiday. {The Ribbon Retreat Blog}

Once you have gone all the way around your wreath form, fill in spots that seem thin or missing a specific color.

Tulle Christmas Wreath - Use this tutorial and tulle to create a fun wreath for any holiday. {The Ribbon Retreat Blog}

Now, go ahead and turn your tulle inwards and trim any funky looking strands.

Attach the ribbon to the back of your wreath using a push pin. Cut to the appropriate hanging length for your door {or cabinet or wall!}.

Tulle Christmas Wreath - Use this tutorial and tulle to create a fun wreath for any holiday. {The Ribbon Retreat Blog}

My pantry door was much in need of a bit of cheer. This wreath will make a great addition to my Christmas decor!

This wreath can easily be made for any holiday, school, or room color-scheme you’d like. Is it wrong that I’m already thinking about making one for Valentine’s Day?

Thanks Ribbon Retreat for having me!


Thank you Michaela!

I am getting so excited for Christmas! This Tulle Christmas Wreath craft is so easy to do and you can do it while watching your favorite show.

Tulle by the spool is awesome and perfect for a tulle wreath. The Ribbon Retreat carries 45 different colors, as well as Glimmer Tulle for a great price!

Happy Christmas crafting!!!

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One Comment

  1. Audra J
    Posted November 23, 2012 at 10:16 am | Permalink

    Love the tutorial and the wreath. I even really like the look of it before the tulle was all fluffed out. This is definitely going on my ‘to do’ list!

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