One of the first things I do every year is to make a beautiful wreath that can adorn my door or wall all of December. It is a thing I look forward to putting up every year. I think there is something very hyggeligt about traditions you stick to every year.
This year I have made it really easy for you – as I have asked my Grandmother to help me make one cool wreath from the Strups Brass ring, which is so easy and simple to work with, that this DIY project is something everyone can do.
My grandmother is a bit of a flower decorator, and she is my favourite person to get crafty with. She and I have a marvelous time together, chatting, and drinking coffee. It is all about sticking to a theme and getting a coherent colourscheme going. Enjoy – this is so much fun:
WHAT YOU NEED:
Foliage – different types.
For my wreath, I have used Eucalyptus branches with berries, flower wire
Get the brass ring and make sure the tie is on the top.
Carefully wrap your foliage around the brass ring, tying it with your flower-wire.
Make sure the whole brass ring has a coherent look, cut off any straggly bits.
Hang the wreath on the wall or your door and enjoy your hyggelige seasonal display!