'Tis the time to trim the tree and deck the halls for all to see. A Christmas rhyme from me to you.
This year I wanted to make a festive wreath that could replace the one I've had up since Valentines Day (post here). But I loved the way that one looked so much so all I did was change the type of eucalyptus branches and add a few festive berries to give it a more Christmasy feel.
I got a little caught up in the arranging that I didn't take any photos until after it was already made... But I assure you that this wreath is super easy to make and can be done 30 minutes (once you have your supplies)
- a few flexible twigs
- eucalyptus branches
- baby's breath
- red berries
- shape your twigs into a circle to create the base for your wreath
- arrange the eucalyptus around the twigs to cover up the base as best you can and secure it in place with thin wire
- tuck the baby's breath into any empty spaces and secure it with more wire if necessary
- strategically place a few berries around the wreath and voila!
There you have it, a simple holiday wreath that will dry out beautifully and last way longer than the Christmas season itself.