Knobby Tire Christmas Wreath

This weekend marked the return of our Knobby Tire Christmas wreath. It was pulled down from the dusty reaches of the attic to shine on in the hallway of the Fuzzmop house. Deck the halls, moto-style.

knobby tire christmas wreathe

I “made” the wreath in 2011, after deciding the old knobby, which was slated for the garbage, had enough life, enough purpose to be something more. It was simply too good to throw away. And so, it lives on.

Yes, it’s silly. But, I love it 🙂

Fellow motomama, Andrea from just posted her knobby wreath on Instagram.

Don’t you love it?

You know, those Wrapters make great stocking stuffers. Just sayin’…

Oooh – An Update!

Brad over at Troubadour on a Triumph hung his motorcycle tire solstice wreath up. Here it is when lit:

Brads Winter Solstice Wreath

Stop by his blog to see the unlit version!

Another update!

Brandy’s (Trobairitz’ Tablet) motorcycle tire wreath is tres chic! LOVE it! Stop by her blog to see it lit up at night 🙂

Brandys Tire wreath


If you’ve got some moto decorations up for the holidays, share them in the comments below!


Rachael is the whimsical writer behind the 20+ year old Girlie Motorcycle Blog. As a freelance blogger, she is on a mission to inspire laughter, self-examination, curiosity, and human connection. Girlie Motorcycle Blog can be found on several Best Motorcycle Blog lists.

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6 Responses

  1. Trobairitz says:

    Looking good Fuzzy.

    I forgot about this from last year. We don’t decorate for the holidays but I so need to do this.

  2. Fuzz, Big thanks to you.
    I’ve had a ton of feedback and comments on the tire wreath/wreathe? Had to google that, wasn’t sure on the spelling.
    Anyway, we have a collection of both knobby and slick tires in the backyard. Ive been saving up to do a fence or flowerbed with them. But now you’ve got my wheels turning. I have an old sprocket in the garage I could play around with and my Dad suggested a spark plug menorah (I think he may be on to something.)
    Thanks again for the idea and Happy Holidays to you and your family.

  3. Paul Jr says:

    That is awesome. Very original piece of decoration.

  4. Kathy says:

    Awesome! See, you inspire people. 🙂

  5. Trobairitz says:

    Okay Fuzzy, Troubadour was at it again and this time he made one to match Max’s colors. Here is my post.

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