Here’s what you’ll need:
Freshly cut sprigs of your favorite greens
Floral foam ring (Oasis makes a great product)
Here’s how to do it:
1. Gather a bunch of your favorite greens. You’ll want to trim them to be all of relatively uniform size and shape. We used camellia leaves from Paula’s yard, but you can use a variety of greens, including different kinds of pines.
2. Prepare a floral foam ring according to its packaging directions. I prefer to soak my rings in a large utility sink, or bathtub. It’s best if you set the ring on top of the water, and wait for the foam to naturally sink in the water. Do not forcibly submerge the ring.
Takeaway tip: Mix up the greens and foliage that you use in your wreath for a look that’s completely your own.
What a fantastic idea Lisa! This is the perfect idea for my nieces and nephews this holiday. Can't wait to put them together now!
Jenn in Homemade Holiday Jingleboxes on December 09, 2013 at 2:01 pm
Love all these ideas. Thanks for the help because there were a few people I was lost on what to give them.
Tanya in Homemade Holiday Jingleboxes on December 09, 2013 at 1:15 pm
Quick question made your Chocolate Pudding pie. Everything looked great but the pudding got watery. What do you think I did wrong??? Help Paula!
Nikki Cole in The Sweet and Savory Sisters’ Easy Crawfish Spread on December 09, 2013 at 9:07 am