Step by Step Deco Mesh Christmas Wreath Tutorial

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How to Make a Deco Mesh Christmas Wreath With Sign by Southern Charm Wreaths

Today in the wreath shop we’re getting ready for the holidays with a Step by Step Deco Mesh Christmas Wreath Tutorial.  This post contains affiliate links for your convenience. If you click a link and make a purchase, I could earn a few pennies in commission. Click here to read my full disclosure policy.

Step by Step Deco Mesh Christmas Wreath Tutorial

In this video, I’m sharing how to make a Deco Mesh Christmas Wreath. This is the perfect project for beginners. I will show you, in detail, what you need to do for the perfect wreath below. Let’s get started:



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Step by Step Deco Mesh Christmas Wreath Tutorial:

  • The Deco Mesh work wreath form comes with the ties on it already! How easy! Start by measuring out 4 inches of the deco mesh and attach it using one set of the ties on the inner ring of the wreath form. Note: Do not cut the mesh. You are going to continue measuring and attaching as you go around.
  • Next, measure out 10 inches and attach to next set of wreath ties on the inner ring. Do not pull tight, you want to gather it at each set of ties so you have a bit of a puff of the mesh.
  • Continue measuring out 10 inches and attaching all the way around.
  • When you finish going all the way around the inner ring, cut off the remaining mesh. Note: For my wreath, I used one roll of Deco Mesh for this inner circle.
  • Next, do the same process for the ties in the outer ring. Cut off any excess mesh.
  • To prep for the next step, cut sections of the 10 inch Deco Mesh. I used green metallic mesh for this wreath. Using scissors or a rotary cutter, cut 10″ sections of the mesh.
  • You’ll also need 9 strips of each ribbon, 14 inches long each. I used ribbons that were 1.5 inches wide and 2.5 inches wide (9 strips of each).
  • Layer one piece of the 10 inch Deco Mesh and a strip of two ribbons. Gather them in the center and attach to each set of wreath ties. Continue until you have attached a bundle to each set of ties. Once the bundle is attached, arrange ribbon pieces in an “x” shape. Note: I use a Bowdabra to hold the bundles while I work. I also alternated ribbons so the ribbons were not the same in every bundle.
  • To prepare your sign, staple two pipe cleaners to the back for easy attachment. Note: I like to add a bit of hot glue over the staples to ensure it stays. Set sign aside.
  • Now attach the sign to the center of your wreath using the pipe cleaners you attached. Attach it to the wreath frame and trim off excess pipe cleaner stems on the back of the wreath.
  • Work through your wreath ensuring everything is fluffed up and the ribbons are arranged the way you like.
  • To add the pompom ornament balls to your wreath, use an awl to make a hole through the middle of each ornament. Then push a pipe cleaner through the hole and attach to the wreath using the pipe cleaner.
  • For even more dimension, add assorted Christmas picks throughout the wreath. I used blue & red metallic leaves, silver metallic sprigs and red, blue & green metallic balls.
  • Now step back and admire your creation!

Step by Step Deco Mesh Christmas Wreath Tutorial Video…


So what do you think, are you ready to try your first Deco Mesh wreath? I promise, if you can open and close a twist tie you can do this!

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Happy Wreathing,


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  1. Lori Gagliano on November 13, 2017 at 12:57 pm

    I love this wreath. I tried to find the pom pom ornaments on Trendy Tree but could not find them. Can you tell me where they are located on their web site or the name I should search for? I’ve tried several combinations but nothing is bring them up.

  2. Sherry McCollum on November 14, 2017 at 8:10 am

    Thanks Julie for this wonderful Christmas wreath tutorial. Always so good to hear from you with a new project.

  3. Anne DOHERTY on November 22, 2017 at 3:53 pm

    thank you for your tutorial, you make it look so easy. You have truly inspired me to try this! a great big thank you. xxxx

  4. Tracy Bahen on August 12, 2018 at 7:51 pm


  5. Lynette on November 14, 2018 at 4:11 pm

    Thank you so much for sharing this tutorial! The video was especially helpful. I had never before made a deco mesh wreath, but I was able to follow your instructions to create a beautiful Christmas wreath for my front door. It is HUGE and lush, and gorgeous! I don’t know if my work wreath had more ties than yours, but I had to cut about 6 more pairs of ribbons in order to have enough for all the ties. For my next wreath, I will order the mesh from Trendy Tree, because you are right about the stuff from my local big-name craft store shedding badly. I wish I could share a picture of my finished wreath – I couldn’t have done it without this VERY THOROUGH tutorial!

  6. Trina Pullum on November 23, 2018 at 12:41 am


    Love your work

  7. Jackie Wankier on January 2, 2019 at 7:20 pm

    Beautiful! Julie, is all the ribbon in this wreath wired?

    • Julie Siomacco on January 4, 2019 at 8:37 am


      • Nicole Romain on March 21, 2019 at 5:37 pm


        Beautiful work with detailed simple instructions… So encouraging for someone who wants to start a wreath business…

  8. Nancy Johnston on November 18, 2019 at 5:42 pm


    Love this wreath!?

  9. Denise on October 2, 2020 at 9:02 pm

    Julie, I just viewed your tutorial for the deco mesh wreath. I love the finished product and the color combination! I appreciated the very thorough tutorial as well. Thank you so much! Could you check out my website as a struggling wreath crafter and provide some constructive criticism?

  10. Kathy Crawford on November 21, 2020 at 10:40 pm


    Love your work!

  11. Jimmysnogs on February 7, 2024 at 7:20 pm

    Good luck 🙂

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