I’m not certain how I manage to let so much time pass between posts, but I need to work on it! I tend to blame everything on the colder weather, but I’m not so sure that I can use that as an excuse since the weather man has a high near 70F in the forecast for later this week. Today, I thought that I would do something different. Instagram is inundated with photos of beautiful wreaths. These people are seriously talented! Alas, I am but a wreath novice – I needed to start off with something cheap, simple, and different. Thus – the asymmetrical wreath.
Materials I needed: Embroidery hoop, floral wire (I used 22 gauge, because it was handy), evergreen branches or whatever you’re going to add to the wreath. That’s it. I told you it was easy. I wasn’t joking.
Cost: Around $4.00
Time: 30 Minutes
If what I did is still a little cloudy, never fear, you can check out the video below. I think this wreath is a winner! Want to see me try something new? Leave it in the comments 🙂 I hope that you’re having a wonderful day! Much love!
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9 thoughts on “Make-it Monday: Asymmetrical Wreaths”
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Embroidery hoop was a stroke of genius! Lovely.
Lol. Thanks! I was desperate for something quick and easy!
Thanks so much!!
Lovely idea. It’s too bad I missed this post in time for Christmas!
Totally pinned this for next Christmas. Love it!
Yay! I’m glad! My wreath making skills are not the best, so it was nice to make one that’s really easy and doesn’t take many parts! 🙂 🙂