I know that most of you are way more on top of things than I am, and that you’re probably already all Christmas-prepped. But between what must’ve been a serious Christmas-goods-Goodwill-run before we moved to Saipan and the craziness of moving this fall, our Christmas decoration game this year is extra weak (and by weak, I mean every holiday item we own fit in two Sterilite containers… what was I thinking as I packed/purged?).
Actually, even after using all our leftover evergreen sprigs for wreaths and garlands, it is still a little sparse around here. But I’m extra in love with the pine tree smell and these wreaths are so easy to put together that any other Christmas-slackers (or moving purgers) can put one together in less than an hour. So I thought I’d pass along the how to.
To make the easiest evergreen wreath, gather:
-leftover evergreen springs (curved ones are especially helpful)
-wire or floral wire and wirecutters
-a wire wreath form (this one was from Hobby Lobby)
Any other super simple holiday decor ideas you want to pass along?