Make a gorgeous winter berry wreath for your front door with a few supplies from your local craft store. An easy and inexpensive way to add a touch of color and to your home this holiday season!
I’m so glad that I have this little guy to keep me company at home for the next 5 years! All of the other kids are in school so he’s my sidekick and goes everywhere with me. We decided to make a stop at Hobby Lobby the other day to check out their Christmas decor and I’m so glad that we did!
We had a great time strolling up and down every aisle. All of their floral supplies were 50% off so I gathered some pretty stems and picks and also picked up a wreath base that was 30% off to make a new holiday wreath. I wanted some sort of frosted floral elements and didn’t see any that I liked there so on the way home we stopped by Joanns and got a few picks there for 60% off. Wreaths are so pricey to purchase, and can also add up even in price when you make them yourself so finding deals like this was super helpful.
I contemplated adding greenery all the way around my wreath base, but decided to just create a swag affect across the bottom and side. I started by tucking in the large evergreen sections as a base. I used my wire cutters to trim them in a few different lengths. Then I added the frosted boxwood picks and berries.
My wreath base was more of an oval shape than a circle so I had it staged in a horizontal position. I also didn’t want it to seem super symmetrical so instead of having the greenery and berries covering exactly half of the wreath, completely centered on each side, I had it trailing up the side more on a diagonal.
Finally I added a few sprigs of berries and eucalyptus and it was complete!
I absolutely love how it turned out!
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