Tuesday, December 5, 2017

A Natural (and easy!) Christmas Wreath DIY and Porch...

If you're looking for an easy, affordable and unique winter wreath, this one's for you.

Here's what you'll need:
- Grapevine wreath (I used a 22")
- Greenery (pine, eucalyptus, or whatever catches your eye)
- Berries and twigs (optional)

If you live in a place where you have access to greenery, start clipping! It's nice to use varying shades of green for interest. I used a few types of pine branches from our yard. I also bought and took apart an evergreen swag (which included the berries below) from Trader Joe's for $6.99. I also purchased some small bouquets of eucalyptus from Trader Joe's.

The great thing about this type of wreath is that you don't need wire or glue to assemble. Simply start tucking your branches into the grapevines, working in the same direction. It helps to have a basic shape in mind. I knew I wanted to make an asymmetrical wreath, and nothing too-tailored... 

And that's all there really is to it! Actual assembly will probably take fifteen minutes at most. Perfect for this busy season!

Our porch is simpler than in years past, though we added a vintage light-up snowman (not pictured) on the other side of the door, for the kids. Frosty keeps things fun! ;)

Thank you for stopping by today!



  1. Replies
    1. Thank you so much Kris! Always fun to have you stop by! :)

  2. Piękny wianek. Wspaniałe dekoracje. Pozdrawiam :-).

  3. What a beautiful Christmas Wreath, and your porch looks lovely!

    Best wishes, Ida

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