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A key part of Christmas decor is a wreath and while there are plenty of lovely ones on the market, it’s so easy to make your own! You can get super creative and bold, or go minimalistic, making it exactly the way that you like. In this post, we’ve included links to some great tutorials to get you inspired!
Plaid and poinsettia wreath – this wreath is super simple, so it could easily be made in a short amount of time if you’re in a pinch.
Truly gifted wreath – if you’re into a more bold look, this wreath is for you.
Edible herb wreath – this wreath is a little different to a typical pine wreath, as it’s made from herbs! This would look great in the kitchen, and you snip herbs off whilst you’re cooking.
Affordable bauble wreath – this wreath is made from cheap materials, so it’s ideal if you’re on a budget, but want a showstopper!
Glitter pine cone wreath – while this wreath has a bit of a natural element, but also a ton of glitter, so it’s a good balance.
Traditional wreath – if you’re a red, gold and pine wreath type of person, this traditional wreath will be right up your street.
Gold and mint paper wreath – this trendy wreath goes against the typical Christmas colours.
Felt wreath – this wreath can be customised with your favourite colours and adds a bit of texture to your decor.
Pom pom wreath – pom poms are so trendy right now, so this wreath will bring your decor up to speed.
Winter wonderland white feather boa wreath – looking to have a chic Christmas? Make this snowy white wreath to put up inside your home.
We’ve got yet another brilliant NFWI recipe to share with you all this week and it would work perfectly as a starter before your Christmas turkey. This is the chestnut and cranberry soup – it’s a little bit sweet with a sharp tang from the berries. It’s just too good for us not to share with you all! Continue reading “Chestnut and cranberry soup”
The lovely people over at Denman College have set up a blog!
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