Happy surprise! I’m posting an extra blog post today because I wanted to join in on Handmade Holidays, a huge blog hop hosted annually in early November by Smart Fun DIY. While I in no way plan to decorate for Christmas just yet, I did put together this simple white Christmas wreath for you all to enjoy!
I started with an evergreen branch I clipped outside. Spraying your natural clippings with hairspray can prolong their life and prevent them from drying out before Christmas. I utilized a grapevine wreath I already had to thread the stems of my evergreen clippings through.
I put together a quick time-lapse video to show you how I put this together.
As you can see, I used a combination of wire, hot glue, and just weaving through the grapevine to attach various materials to the simple white Christmas wreath.
I love the big white burlap bow! The snowflakes I added were ornaments that I removed the hanging cord and hot glued on.
This décor is also neutral enough that you can keep it as a winter wreath until the snow melts; no need to take it down after Christmas! Please do pin this image to your Pinterest!
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Thank you all so much for reading and I hope you will share this wreath with your friends or critique it in the comments below!