How to make your own super simple christmas wreath.
This year I have been loving neutrals- the whites, creams, taupes and browns. I have a room in my home done in those colors and absolutely love it! I can throw in any color and very easily change up the look of the room just by pulling in a different accent color. Anyway, I digress…
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For a Christmas wreath for my sitting room, this year I decided to go with the same neutral theme. I started with a brown grapevine wreath form then added five Christmas picks to the bottom just by tucking them through the wreath form. Two of the large white poinsettias and three slightly smaller white poinsettias that were accented with silver sparkle were used. I just loved the look and texture of these pretty christmas flowers. The large ones are a velvety soft white and the silver glittered ones add some glimmer! I bought all of these items here.
Next I used a silvery glittered white ribbon I already had on hand as a hanger and decided this wreath really didn’t need a bow. The poinsettias were really the highlight of the wreath! The ribbon was wrapped around the top of the wreath, with the ends hot glued together for the close. I love the contrast between the velvet texture of the poinsettias and the ruggedness of the grapevine wreath.
Once the poinsettias and ribbon were in place, I had some extra picks and sprays that I decided to add to the sides for some accents.
And because I am using the wreath indoors I opted to forego gluing the picks and sprays in place and just poked them into the wreath form on each side. And that was all there is to it! If you can tuck and arrange, then you can make your own unique Christmas wreath! (P.S those White Berries are the perfect accent for christmas decorating. You can stick them anywhere!)
The neat thing about my Christmas wreath is I can easily dismantle it after the holidays and reuse all items in other projects if necessary. I love the versatility!