For those of you who don’t just have berries sitting around (I think I’m outnumbered on this one 😉 ), read below for some materials you can use for your berry wreath!
- Wreath (I recommend getting a grapevine wreath like this one so that your berries will blend in nicely)
- Berry stems (you can find a variety of these at most craft stores and online)
- Simply insert your berry twigs and other greenery into your wreath! You may need to glue them if you find that they’re not holding well.
Done! Now you have a gorgeous berry wreath to hang up during the holidays (or year round!). Super simple, right? I’m tempted to make a wreath for each season! Keep reading for more of our Christmas crafts and other DIY wreath ideas!
Christmas crafts challenge
We’re already on the 13th day of December! Can you believe that?! This Christmas crafts challenge is really putting me to the test, but it’s a great way to keep the inspiration flowing! On the 1st and 2nd days of the Christmas crafts challenge, we made these DIY glitter trees and candy lights. Other crafts included these flapper trees and a Scrooge inspired wall banner. December’s not over yet, though! Stay tuned for more fun holiday crafts!
More wreath inspiration
A wreath really puts that final touch on making your house your home. We have SO MANY different wreath tutorials here on the Lars blog! Whatever season and style you’re looking for, we’ve got it.
For wreaths that are typically hung up any time of the year (although we won’t discourage hanging up pastel florals in winter or pinecone wreaths in summer!), check out this baby’s breath wreath (pictured above), color blocked thread wreath, and paper cherry wreath!