Every year, my friend and neighbour Kate and I have a tradition of making wreaths together. We call it our own workshop where we have coffee while making some holiday decor.
This year we added juniper berries and dried eucalyptus (from the wreath I made last year) to our base of blue spruce from the tree in our front yard.
Here are some photos from the process.
This is the tree that gives so much to us!
Creating little bundles with your greens in the secret to getting a cohesive look.
Layer the bundles of green over one another as you go around the wreath form, wrapping with paddle wire.
In a couple of months when the season is over, save the paddle wire to use again next year after you pull out the old greens.
Here it is at the front door — where it stayed for a couple of weeks until I had an idea that involved making a second one and bringing them both inside. More photos of that to come later but in the meantime, there is a sneak peek in my Instagram feed.
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