Happy December! It’s time to haul out the Holly! I love fresh natural decor. So I wanted share with you these simple Christmas wreaths that I made. I used the trimmings from the Needlepoint Holly and Nandina bushes in our yard. However, you could also use Boxwood, Juniper, Magnolia or Cyprus leaves. All of these shrubs and trees are commonly used in landscape. Most likely, you have at least one of these in your yard too. Soooo….grab your clippers. It’s time to trim those shrubs and make a wreath! This is multi-tasking at it’s finest y’all!
You will need:
The Nandina wreath is a thin, soft, wispy wreath. It’s perfect to hang in front of interior windows and doors. I attached this wreath to our french door by stapling the ribbon to the top of the door using a staple gun.
The Holly wreath is a thick, full wreath. You can hang this wreath anywhere you want to add a pop of holiday color. It’s also perfect for the front door.
Happy wreath making!
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