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3 DIY Arrangements To Make This Festive Season!

A signature addition to any household during the holiday season, a Christmas wreath or swag is so much more than a decoration. Christmas wreaths and swags are usually the first Christmas decorations that people see before they enter your home and can help set the tone for the rest of your Christmas décor theme.

Therefore, we believe that hanging any ordinary arrangement on your door this holiday season just won’t cut it! This year we challenge you to get your creative Christmas caps on and make something that Santa himself would be proud of.

To help you refine your Christmas craft skills we have put together some step-by-step videos on how to make a Christmas wreath or swag yourself. Whether you want to create a small or large Christmas wreath or swag this festive season, these videos will help inspire and guide you.

1. Eucalyptus Willow Leaf Wreath

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Our first DIY Christmas wreath is inspired by our Natural Christmas collection. This Eucalyptus Willow Leaf Wreath has a clean design with a splash of warm red.

The Christmas wreath base features sleek eucalyptus leaves with bright metallic red baubles, and a soft striped ribbon entwined in its foliage. For a more classic look, you could try taking away some baubles or try adding some extra embellishments that are more personal to your chosen Christmas décor.

Watch the video below to see the step-by-step process of how to create our Eucalyptus Willow Leaf Wreath, and click the link below to shop all the materials.


2. Traditional Tartan Wreath

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If you are a lover of Traditional Christmas décor, this wreath is for you! Inspired by our Traditional Christmas collection, this lush Traditional Tartan Wreath is a timeless arrangement.

Featuring Norway Spruce Pine sprays and red berry picks, this wreath incorporates all the traditional colours of Christmas that we all know and love. To add a little glamour to this classic style, get creative and try adding a satin or velvet Christmas ribbon to the front of your wreath.

Watch the video below to see the step-by-step process of how to create our Traditional Tartan Wreath, and click the link below to shop all the materials.


3. Mixed Green Pine and Red Berry Swag

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Our final arrangement is something a little different. Our festive Mixed Green Pine and Red Berry Christmas Swag combines lush Canadian pine with bright red berry sprays, and textured red velvet ribbon.

A traditional swag is usually a teardrop shape, and this lush arrangement can be hung on your door, wall, staircase banister, or even mantelpiece. If you want to add some extra sparkle to your creation try adding some gorgeous gold or silver Christmas picks.

Watch the video below to see the step-by-step process of how to create our Christmas Swag, and click the link below to shop all the materials.


Whether you’re creating a Christmas door wreath or something to be a feature decoration on your mantelpiece, we hope this guide helps inspire your creativity this Christmas. For more Christmas decorations ideas read our other Koch Blog articles 7 Ways to Decorate Your Home This Christmas.

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