If you've been reading my blog for long you know that I love it when simple, thrifty and beautiful meet. I like things that I can create during nap time or quickly in the evening without sacrificing all my alone time with my hubby. But I don't want it to look like it was cheap and easy to make, ya know?
This wreath took me less than half an hour and cost about 15 bucks. And I seriously love it.
I used a foam wreath form, some floral or "greening" pins and 4 different herbs: rosemary, thyme, parsley and bay leaf. I used dried bay leaf to cut costs and I like the extra colour and texture it added.
Mark your wreath form with a marker so that you know when you've covered one quarter of it. Adhere small bunches of the herbs to the foam with the floral pins. Easy Peasy!
I think it's the perfect way to add a little Christmassy-ness to the Kitchen (Yes, I know Christmassy-ness is not a word...yet.)
And here's a simple quick tip for hanging wreaths on cabinet doors:
Hang a command hook upside down and tie your ribbon to it!
Are you busy decorating for Christmas? Just starting? Already finished? Leave a comment and let me know!