Festive Wreaths for Any Season
Make a Lavender Wreath
Lavender is a flower that retains its beauty even when it’s dried, so it’s a great material for making a wreath. It’s simple to work with as well. All that you need is lavender bunches, a wreath form, and scissors and wire, along with a decoration to give the wreath a personal touch. Even if you’re not crafty, you can learn to make a lavender wreath.
Make a Christmas Wreath
Holly and ivy are the necessary components for a traditional Christmas wreath. It’s not as difficult to make a Christmas wreath as you might first think. The trick is in wrapping the ivy loosely around the leaf form so that the wreath looks natural and not overly stiff. There are many ways to decorate a finished Christmas wreath. Ribbons and bells are popular options.
Make a Hydrangea Wreath
Growing hydrangeas in your garden can do more than just liven up your yard. For a little effort and the price of a few crafting supplies, you can use the hydrangeas in your yard to create a gorgeous spring wreath for your door or wall. Just pick enough hydrangeas to create the wreath, and pick up a straw wreath form and some floral pins, and perhaps a ribbon or bow.