Loraine loves arts and crafts and used to volunteer at an elementary art class. She loves sharing fun and easy craft tutorials.
Holiday and Seasonal Deco Mesh Craft Projects
Once you've made one deco mesh ribbon wreath, you've pretty much got the process down and can make any number of wreaths. You can do this by simply changing the colors of the mesh ribbon and trims you want to add.
Because I feel that there is elegance in simplicity, I prefer wreaths that aren’t too busy. Deco mesh ribbon is so beautiful on its own, and when too much is added the wreath becomes gaudy rather than exquisite.
In this article, you'll find wreaths and other crafts that are perfect for the following holidays, seasons, and celebrations:
- Autumn and Thanksgiving
- Valentine's Day
- Spring, Easter, and St. Pat's Day
- Summer and July 4th
- Showers and Weddings
Every project in this article includes the link to the tutorial that will show you how to make it.
1. Halloween Ghosts
These cute Halloween ghosts are made simply using balloons, white deco mesh ribbon, and black masks. Halloween isn't the same without having a few ghosts around! You'll find the quick and easy instructions for this project at Mardi Gras Outlet.
2. Pumpkin Door Hanger
Make a beautiful pumpkin door hanger like the one shown here by going to the Miss Kopy Kat site for the tutorial. This is one of my favorite door hanger ideas—it's beautiful and easy to make.
3. Boo! Mailbox Wreath
To find the instructions for making this spooky mailbox wreath, go to the Trendy Tree site. I consider any outdoor holiday decorations to be like a gift to the neighbors (and the mail carrier!).
4. Halloween Spider Wreath
If you choose to make this Halloween wreath, I hope you're not afraid of spiders! The instructions are over on the Dollar Tree site.
5. Halloween Deco Mesh Wreath
You'll find a fantastic photo tutorial for making this Halloween wreath at the Big Bear's Wife blog. Very nice!
6. Ghost Wreath
This is another great ghostly deco mesh wreath to roundd out your Halloween decorations. For the tutorial go to Trendy Tree.
7. How to Make a Ghost Decoration
8. Thanksgiving Pumpkin
This stand-alone pumpkin is made using a 12-inch work ball, and the tutorial is found at Trendy Tree. If you prefer a pumpkin that can be hung on a door or wall, you'll see a super cute example shown at the bottom of the tutorial. The hanging pumpkin uses a half work ball.
9. Burlap and Ribbon Wreath
Make this beautiful burlap and ribbon wreath by following the tutorial at The House on Silverado.
10. Fall Flower Wreath
Making this beautiful fall flower wreath will be easy when you follow the instructions at Grillo Designs. You can easily make it a spring or summer flower wreath by using different colors.
11. Turkey Wreath
I love this burlap turkey with its deco mesh ribbon and loopy feathers. It's not a difficult project; the body of the bird is simply a piece of cardboard covered with burlap. The tutorial for making this clever turkey wreath is found at Clumsy Crafter.
12. Deco Mesh and Burlap Wreath
Another burlap wreath to convey an autumnal feeling, but I really think this one could work any time of year. You'll find it an easy project to make by following the tutorial at Decorchick.
13. Easy and Inexpensive Deco Mesh Angel
14. Christmas Centerpiece
Find out how easy it is to make a Christmasy deco mesh ribbon centerpiece, using a styrofoam disc as the base, when you go to the Crafty in Crosby site. Making centerpieces doesn't have to be expensive.
15. How to Make a Mesh Ribbon Angel
16. Candy Cane Christmas Wreath
This Christmas, celebrate all things candy cane with this gorgeously festive wreath. Find the instructions at Big Bear's Wife.
17. Snowman Wreath
Cute, cute, cute! Who wouldn't love this snowman wreath? Unbelievably easy to make when you follow the instructions given at Grillo Designs.
18. Wall Christmas Tree
19. Valentine's Day Wreath
You'll find a super easy-to-follow tutorial for making this charming Valentine's Day wreath at Southern Charm Wreaths.
20. Valentine Wreath
Make this beautiful Valentine wreath to celebrate the day of love. The tutorial is found at The Wreath Depot.
21. Spring or Easter Carrots
These are some outstanding carrot wreaths. Be the first one in your neighborhood with this unique Easter wreath from Miss Kopy Kat. On the site you'll also find a link for making a cute heart wreath for Valentine's Day.
22. How to Make a Deco Mesh Cross
23. Eggciting Easter Wreath
Combining deco mesh with Easter eggs makes for a beautiful Easter wreath that is easy to put together. You can find the tutorial on the Dollar Tree site.
24. St. Patrick's Day Topiary
You don't need to be Irish to enjoy St. Patrick's Day—so why not make a green topiary to celebrate? You can find the instructions on the Crafts 'n Coffee site.
25. Patriotic Wreath
The red, white, and blue deco mesh ribbons make this a perfectly patriotic wreath for July 4th. Very simple and quite attractive. To find the instructions for making this wreath, go to the Mama to Aidan site.
26. Coastal Wreath
Imagine this beautiful coastal-themed wreath above your mantel or on a focal wall. Very elegant. When you go to the Across the Blvd site you'll also find links to a coastal Christmas wreath and a Halloween wreath.
27. Party Puffs and/or Topiaries
I think these party puffs would be perfect for decorating for a bridal shower or baby shower. They are so pretty and dainty looking. Imagine all the colors that deco mesh ribbon is available in—you'll be able to find the perfect colors to match the theme of your party. Find the instructions for making these puffs, and also how to make a topiary, at Mardi Gras Outlet.
28. Baby Shower Wreath
Three colors of deco mesh ribbon were used in making this wreath, but you may choose to use only one or two. To find the tutorial for making this exquisite wreath, go to the Cut Out + Keep site. I think a huge white wreath, centered with a large pillar candle, would make an elegant wedding table decoration.
29. Wedding Bow
© 2015 Loraine Brummer
Did you find a deco mesh ribbon craft that you want to make? Leave a comment.
Joyce Grant on December 23, 2019:
Love the Candy Cane Wreath.
Carol Apgar on April 16, 2019:
I love the purple one , or sunflowers
bibbi on January 09, 2018:
How could I use deco mesh rolls to make a table runner?