tis the season for mini wreaths

I was at Michaels Arts and Crafts last week and I found these mini twig wreaths for only a few dollars. I bought them knowing I could spruce them up in some way to hang or use for decorating presents. Using just a small amount of hot glue and an assortment of dried and fresh flowers, plants and feathers I was able to add charming touches to the wreaths. I LOVE how they look on top of a beautifully wrapped present….


I also think they’re super cute for hanging in a window or from a mantle. There really aren’t any instructions to these, just have fun and be creative when making them. And definitely use hot glue so you have an easy time attaching the dried flowers and sticks.
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10 responses to tis the season for mini wreaths

  1. Anonymous
    November 29, 2012

    these are very charming! thanks, sharon

    1. November 29, 2012

      Thank you Sharon! I can’t wait to put them on my Christmas presents this year!!

  2. November 29, 2012

    Even a wall of them – in different styles – would make a lovely background for a rustic Christmas buffet table!

    1. November 29, 2012

      Yes! I did hang them from a wall and they looked wonderful! You can do a lot with them and they’re fun to make… if you love crafting!!

  3. November 29, 2012

    i love the addition of feathers! lovely inspiration (thank you!).

    1. November 29, 2012

      Thanks Alison!! Love your blog 🙂 Xo

  4. November 30, 2012

    Wow. You have some great ideas. I love these. And I love the size of these. I guess this would be a great activity to do with my kids for this season.

  5. November 30, 2012

    What a brilliant idea to spruce up gift wrapping! Love the grey feathers and houndstooth paper =)

  6. November 30, 2012

    I love these little wreaths! They’re great to decorate our holiday packaging or create an entire entry way wall with them. Thank you for sharing!

  7. December 3, 2012

    This is definitely a holiday project after our own hearts! Your finished wreaths are so charming!

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