Blogmas 2020

Blogmas – DIY Christmas Wreath

Good morning friends,

As I mentioned, I’m starting Christmas celebrations early this year and have decided to go all out.

Last week we dressed the house ready for the season, which included a few home made decorations and alterations.

Each year I see beautiful garlands and wreaths, I thought, why not give it a go and try my hand at it.

Before ordering any wreaths and accessories online, I thought it’d try a small and simple one.

Off to Poundland I went. I’m all about the reds, gold’s and greens for Christmas, however, maybe mix up the order a little. For £1 per packs, I bought a traditional mix of mini pine cones, Holly, white berries and cinnamon, and a wreath.

Why buy a green wreath when you can have gold?

The wreath is a tinsel construction with a plastic backing, and a ribbon to hang it up, again, only costing £1.

Along with red ribbon I kept from a previously unwrapped present, I glued down my accessories, and left to dry.

I didn’t really envision what I wanted my wreath to look like, but I’m so happy with the end result. A funky spin on a Christmas tradition, and only costs me £4

Have you made a Christmas wreath this year? If so, what style will you be creating?

Kaya •

6 thoughts on “Blogmas – DIY Christmas Wreath”

    1. Oh my Caz, that made me laugh so hard. What a imagine! I’m sure yours wouldn’t look bad! Definalty give it a go, I had the ribbon already, but otherwise if you’re not happy with it, it’s only a few quids worth. Thank you for your comment and making me smile. Hope you’re keeping well x

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