I do not know if you are int DIYing like me, but, the fact that I live in Romania sometimes limits my choices. A lot! For example, for Christmas, if I want a nice green wreath to hang above the mantel or on my door, the available possibilities include simple or already decorated fir-tree flat crown… I could go to an expensive floral designer and choose the way I want it to look, but, as much as I love and appreciate the work these people do, sometimes I just cannot afford it. And, it this particular case, for Christmas I would rather spend more on presents for the loved ones than on home decor.
So, I started looking for ideas to make my own DIY wreath. I was thinking about one made of Christmas ornaments (like the one here) but I kinda did that last year too… And I would like something fresh, simple and highly decorative… So I think I will go with this beautiful wreath made from moss and topped with succulents, which, besides looking great should also last for a long period of time…
What You Need:
- Dry Sphagnum or Peat Moss
- Wire Wreath Frame
- Floral Wire
- Floral Pins
- Succulent Cuttings
- Burlap Ribbon (optional)
- Rustic Floral Wire (optional)
The rest of the tutorial with more photos on Apartment Therapy.
You can find more inspiration here.0