While I love the leafy look as much the next person, a lot of the prettiest Christmas wreaths don't have a shred of green in sight. Surprised? I was - before I found these clever projects that is. Read on to see some of my favourite alternatives to the traditional evergreen wreath.
Felt foliage makes for the loveliest looking wreath (via Fall For DIY).
Made out of mints, super festive and looking good enough to eat! (via Women's Day)
Who would've thought plastic spoons could be so pretty? (via Style At Home)
Try bundling grapevines and ornaments to achieve a rustic look that's perfect for fall (via Lil' Luna).
Christmas ornaments make such festive, colourful and shiny wreaths (via Martha Stewart)
Get that super colourful look with this unique paper ball wreath (via Alisa Burke)
As if honeycombs aren't already gorgeous enough, they look even all better bundled together! (via Oh Happy Day)
Try making leaves out of clay for a delicately beautiful wreath (via Sparkle Living)
Or perhaps experiment with wood beads for a lovely, natural look (via Bildschoenes)
This colourful wreath isn't just nice to look at - it also does double duty as an advent calendar! (via Oh Happy Day)