Holiday Evergreen Disco Ball Wreath. Celebrate the holidays with this sparkly, festive disco ball wreath. It’s also great to keep up through New Year’s Eve!
Holiday Evergreen Disco Ball Wreath
Hi, friends!! Are you getting excited for the holidays? I love decorating our home and getting it ready for festivities. One of my favorite things to do is creating a special wreath for the holidays! One of my VERY favorite things are disco balls. They remind me of my childhood and love of roller skating. Over the summer I shared a DIY Disco Ball Planter and I loved the way it sparkled in the sunshine! So this year I thought DISCO BALLS would be such a fun theme for the holidays!
11 DIY Holiday Wreaths to Make
I am joining some friends who are also sharing holiday DIY wreaths! Scroll down to the bottom and click on the links to see all of the beautiful ideas and tutorials! So many beautiful ideas!
Turn Disco Ball Ornaments into a Beautiful Holiday Wreath
I love the way the many mirrored squares on disco balls reflect the light! When the light hits this wreath, it reflects the light and all of those pinpoints of lights are so beautiful and happy! I think it is such a beautiful ideas for the holidays.
Where Can I Find Disco Balls?
You can find disco balls in a few different places. I have compiled some below if you want to make this wreath!
- Disco ball 2-inch ornaments (this is the size I used for this wreath)
- Disco ball 4-inch ornaments (you can use a bigger size ball and use less of them for a bolder look)
- Disco ball 8-inch ornaments (use this larger size if you want to display one large disco ball in the center of the wreath. I also used this size to make the disco ball planter)
- Disco ball light up garland (these disco balls are connected and look amazing on a mantel or as a centerpiece)
- Large 12-inch disco ball (this size looks so great hanging from the center of a room or in a window to reflect the light.
How to Make a Holiday Evergreen Disco Ball Wreath
This wreath seriously takes about 15 minutes to make. So easy! Here is how to make it!
Holiday Evergreen Disco Ball Wreath Supplies
Here are the supplies to make a Holiday Evergreen Wreath:
- Wreath form – This wreath is most similar to mine. And here are some wreath forms that will work for this wreath.
- Disco Balls (I used 2-inch ornaments)
- Ribbon – you can use any color you want!
- Macrame Cord – to tie the ornaments to the wreath.
- Jump Rings – you might not need these but if you are using wide cord it makes it easier to string the cord through the jump ring which is attached to the top of the ornament.
- Super Glue – (optional) I added a drop of super glue to the ends of the cords holding the disco balls so they won’t unravel.
Holiday Evergreen Disco Ball Wreath Directions
Here’s how to make this easy, festive disco ball wreath!
- If your wreath doesn’t have twine at the top, take a 30-inch length of macrame cord and wrap it around the top of the wreath and tie it at the back side of the wreath.
- Attach a 10-inch length of macrame cord to the top of the wreath. I slipped the cord under the cord at the top of the wreath. But you can hot glue it to the front of the cord if you want. Leave the ends of the cord loose.
- Cut 4 lengths of 20 inch macrame cord. Loop the cord through the 10-inch length of cord. Tie the 10-inch cords to the middle of the 4 lengths and tie in a knot.
- You should have 10 lengths of cord not that is attached to the top of the wreath and hanging in the middle of the wreath.
- Lay the disco balls inside the wreath and see how long you want each disco ball to hang. I staggered mine from the very top of the wreath all the way through the middle and the last disco ball hangs just below the bottom of the center of the wreath.
- If you are using thick cord, add jump rings to the top of each ornament.
- Tie each disco ball with one of the ends of the macrame cord. Start at the top and work your way down.
- Thread macrame cord through the jump ring and double knot the cord. Cut the cord as close to the top of the knot as possible.
- I used a dot of hot glue to secure the knot.
- Once all disco balls are attached, cut your ribbon.
- I used three lengths of 48-inch ribbon and tied a bow at the top. Then I hot glued the ribbon to the top of the cords to cover up where they are attached at the top fo the wreath.
Enjoy Your New Disco Ball Wreath
I added my wreath to my mantel but I plan on putting it on my porch and making a garland that goes around my front door with live evergreen branches and disco balls. I love the way the disco balls look in the sunshine. It’s so happy and bright!!
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More Holiday Wreath Ideas
Here are a few other DIY wreaths I’ve created over the years! I hope they inspire you!
This wreath is very similar to the disco ball wreath but instead of using disco balls you use ornaments. I love this idea if you want to add a wreath with color to match your holiday colors!
This is one of my favorites! I love the colorful ornaments. Create a stunning holiday wreath with inexpensive ornaments, faux greens and a simple embroidery hoop.
I created this wreath the year my mom and sisters went on a girls trip to Scotland! I love the plaid colors and it looked so pretty on our porch for the holidays.
I made this wreath and the trees a few years ago, but I still love how whimsical they are! I love the bright colors and pom poms!
Which Wreath Do You Want to Make First?
Have a Creative Day!