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The Perfect January Wreath

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It’s January and most of us have, sadly, packed up our Christmas wreaths to store away until next year. That doesn’t mean the door should be empty. It’s nice to have a little something hanging on the front door to greet guests. Mariah created the perfect January wreath using sweet grass! I have wreath envy that she can put together such beautiful centerpieces for the door. Oh and not to mention the amazing white covered backdrop and rustic barns she’s surrounded by in Montana! Read more for a little tutorial…

 

What you need: sweet grass braid, fresh and/or dried flowers, a succulent, small white rope. *Note if you use fresh flowers you can spray with water to keep them alive longer but they won’t last forever. However, you can always take them out when they die and add a new arrangement!
Instructions: unravel the sweet grass and tie the two ends together with the rope. Then wrap some rope around the bottom portion of the circle criss crossing it. Then secure the stems of the flowers under the rope, play with your own flower choices and composition and you have a sweet little wreath that smells amazing!
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6 responses to The Perfect January Wreath

  1. January 9, 2013

    Ahhhh Succulents!! LOVE this!!1

  2. January 9, 2013

    Pretty! Where does one get the sweet grass braid?

    1. Jennifer
      January 9, 2013

      the link is in the post – but here it is. 😉 I’ve used it before and its gorgeous! http://shop-generalstore.com/products/juniper-ridge-2

  3. January 10, 2013

    So soft and beautiful!I love it!

  4. January 11, 2013

    ahh I love the succulent!!

  5. June 26, 2013

    This design is steller! You definitely know how to keep a reader amused.
    Between your wit and your videos, I was almost moved to start my own blog (well, almost.
    ..HaHa!) Wonderful job. I really loved what you had to say, and more than that, how you presented it.
    Too cool!

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