Thanksgiving is around the corner, yet fall decorations have already flown off the shelves and have been replaced by Christmas decor. If you’re in a rut to find decor that matches the current holiday, try making your own with this DIY holiday wreath how-to. This simple DIY is very versatile and can be used to make garland and other great decor pieces as well. If you live near a forest or have a large garden, gather fresh branches, leaves and florals. Otherwise, you can make a wreath that will last for years to come by purchasing silk florals and greenery from craft stores.
To increase the festive-ness and charm of your newly made wreath, might we suggest adding an aromatic touch? Eucalyptus Cardamom is a wonderful holiday blend and makes a lovely addition to holiday decor. Not only is its aroma festive and bright, but it also encourages decongestion and good respiratory health, just in time for cold and flu season. A little goes a long way, so try Eucalyptus Cardamom today.
What you need
Live or silk florals, branches and greenery
Eucalyptus Cardamom blend
If using live florals, make bunches of your florals using floral tape. Then, take a bunch and fasten it to the wreath frame using your paddle wire. Make sure the bunches are securely fastened, and won’t move or fall off the frame. Then, take the next bunch and place it over the fastened bunch in a way that looks aesthetically pleasing to you. To make a fuller, bulkier wreath, let each bunch cover a good portion of the next bunch.
This may take some time, but before you know it, you’ll have a beautiful, festive wreath. Lastly, add a few drops of your favorite synergy blend to create an even more inviting quality to your home. Who knew decorating could be so easy?
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