Sunday, November 25, 2012

Fresh Herb Wreath

So, last week, after I posted about my Thanksgiving table and menu, here, our computer completely died.

Like totally, unexpectedly, you need to go buy a new computer, died. And, it may have been my fault. So totally unintentional...but apparently I cannot have the computer and space heater on in one room while I blow dry my hair in a totally other part of my home.

Lesson learned; new computer and state of the art surge protector bought and set up and now I'm ready to catch up on all things blog.

While I was cursing at myself for my ridiculous (and costly) mistake and pining to get back on my blog and see what everyone was up to I made this little wreath. It was super simple, and best of all free since everything was just from around the house.

All I did was cut a length of wire and shaped it into a circular wreath form.

I snipped fresh herbs (rosemary, oregano and mint) from my garden and tied them to the bottom of the wreath form in bunches using jute twine.


Lastly, I just tied it up with a strip of burlap and tacked it up in my dining room. It brings just a hint of the Christmas holiday to the space and smells amazing!

If you're looking for more wreath or holiday decorating tips be sure to follow my Wreaths, Buntings & Banners - DIY and  Christmas/Holiday Spectacular boards on Pinterest.

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