Monday, December 3, 2012

Tiny Holiday Wreaths

I love making holiday decorations-
ornaments, floral arrangements and wreaths.
These were made from tiny grapevine wreaths I had tucked away.
So simple...

All you need are some grapevine wreaths, a few little pinecones,
natural sprigs of your choice, ribbon and a hot glue gun.


The sprigs for this wreath are from a Boxwood in the garden.




So pretty and easy to make.
These wreaths took me about 15 minutes to make.

How is your decorating coming along?


28 comments:

meine Dinge ♥ Franka said...

So pretty!!!

♥ Franka

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Glenda/MidSouth said...

Very Pretty !!!
How is my decorating coming along? Slow ! :D

Cindy said...

Oh my, your little wreaths are absolutely adorable! I love them.

SavoringTime in the Kitchen said...

So pretty! I picked some pinecones from our yard and wanted to make a wreath too but who knows if I'll have time (in time) ;)

Beth said...

Your wreaths are adorable! Very, very pretty.

Stephanie said...

These are beautiful wreaths! You did a wonderful job making them and I really appreciate you telling us how to make our own :) Have a lovely evening!

Hugs,
Stephanie

The Summer Porch said...

The wreaths may be simple to make but the results are beautiful Lynn. I love the look of boxwood just gorgeous.
Hugs Rosemary...xoxo

Ana said...

They are so dainty and oh so pretty. Love them.

Hugs and Kisses,
❤Ana

Sandi~A Cottage Muse said...

Very cute!

Jann Olson said...

So sweet Lynn. I love the addition of the boxwood. Thanks for sharing them with Share Your Cup.
Hugs,
Jann

Yvonne @ StoneGable said...

What a darling, artful wreath! I love it's small shape!!!

Leanne said...

I have a little wreath like that. I'm sure I had a plan for it, but who knows what that was :) Although who is also to say I'll get around to making this before summer!

Diane said...

Christmas looks so pretty with a natural touch!

Balisha said...

What sweet little wreaths. I'm making a few teeny ones out of rosemary and a tiny red bow...for a door knob or handle.
Balisha

Linda @ A La Carte said...

These little wreaths are just so cute!

Madelief said...

Your wreaths look lovely Lynn! Hope you will some snow too!!

Happy 2nd Advent!

Madelief x

Claudia said...

These are so sweet, Lynn. And I love the use of natural elements. That reminds me- I have to clip some boxwood!

xo
Claudia

thanks so much for joining in this week!

xo

craftyles said...

The little wreaths are adorable. SO simple and cute.

Georgianna said...

These are the sweetest things ever! We have so many pinecones on our property, now I have a good project to use at least some of them. :)

Wishing you a festive and beautiful week ahead!

Georgianna

Jacqueline~Cabin and Cottage said...

Just darling! Love the tiny pinecones! Thanks so much for stopping by the new blog while I get things sorted out. I hope you're enjoying the season!

Kathy A Delightsome Life said...

These are simply gorgeous, Poppi! I am so delighted you shared with Home and Garden Thursday - I will be featuring your post this week,
Kathy

Sandy said...

These are beautiful little wreaths! Well, it's almost christmas and my decorating has been finished since about December 7th. Christmas just doesn't seem the same this year after hearing about the Sandy Hook Elementary school.

Christine @ Stonehouse Living said...

Hi Lynn,
Oh, these are so sweet! What a great little project. Thank you for sharing!
All the Best,
Christine

Rosemary said...

Whata lovely idea
Merry Christmas

Tricia said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog and taking time to comment. I am trying to post more things these days - I have tons of photos that I have never posted - a lot of our beautiful outdoors here in Michigan. Hope you had a wonderful Christmas - I love your little wreaths. God bless.
Tricia

Red Rose Alley said...

These are such pretty wreaths, and they look so simple to make. I hope the new year is kind to you, Poppi, and it is a prosperous one too.
~Sheri at Red Rose Alley

My Little Home and Garden said...

Am I behind in catching up on my reading! Happy New Year to you, Lynn. I love the little wreath.
-Karen