I love the smell of cedar, pine and redwood, especially around the holiday season!
This Christmas wreath is something anyone can make in less than an hour using fresh evergreen cuttings of conifers and berries.
With the cooler temperature outside and a little bit of mist, rain or snow, it will stay fresh for days or even weeks!
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Step 1: Gather materials for your Christmas wreath. ( Some of the helpful resources are affiliate links. Full disclosure here. )
Try to find different kinds of conifers with foliage color variations such as bright green, blue green, yellow green, etc.
You will also need some cuttings from evergreen shrubs or trees that have clusters of bright colored berries.
Take an 18 inch wire wreath frame and “weave” a piece of conifer branch about 18″ to 24″ long through it.
The photo below shows how the branch is held securely by the wire frame without the need for any florist wire.
Continue “weaving” more branches through the wire frame, tucking the end of each branch under the foliage of the adjacent one.
You will need 6-8 branches to complete the circle.
Evergreen branches can also be used to make beautiful gift wrap! Check out 16 amazing gift wrapping hacks here-
Back to our Christmas wreath:
Now we have a lush green base to add more colorful elements to.
Since it is a Christmas wreath, we are using red berries and blue spruce, which reminds me of ice and snow.
Blue spruce is quite prickly, so be careful! Wear gloves if you need to.
Tie a berry branch and a blue spruce branch into a bundle using natural jute twine. Continue To Next Page for Step 3 and the video tutorial…