This year, I've been loving simple, slim wreaths for the holidays. Here are two I made from rosemary and boxwood. You can find the full instructions over at Project Wedding. If you like a fuller style, last year, I wrote instructions on how to make a traditional bay wreath.
Photos by Chelsea Fuss for Project Wedding.
simply beautiful! i’d put one in every doorway.
so pretty! we have a bunch of boughs from trimming the tree to fit in the stand, need to get floral wire to make swags!
I am so for the simple this year! Super cute chelsea!
So, so pretty. I love these.
they are so pretty!
i made my first wreath last weekend. now i need to make one with rosemary…thanks chelsea!
yes! lovely. our rosemary smells stronger than our christmas tree–harumph!
wow, i love these! simply beautiful.
Yes, so very beautiful. The simple green wreath with the pink velvet ribbon, caught my immediately in my google reader. Lovely.
Very mediterranean, simple and lovely!
chelsea, these are fantastic. so, so, so pretty and simple.
Making wreaths for christmas is one of the best bits!!
i think i might try a rosemary one for inside the house… and maybe one out of the leaves from our grapefruit tree.
ow! very nice… the rosemary smells very seasonal to me 🙂
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how cool! am definitely trying this out.
have a great weekend chelsea.