This is one of the easiest wreaths we've ever made. No fussing over symmetry or bending of boughs -- just some spray paint, a hot-glue gun, and floral wire. The gentle coating of white conjures the season's first snow.
Making a stunning Christmas wreath is simple -- just gather the right supplies, seasonal embellishments, and a large dose of holiday spirit. With two basic techniques -- wiring materials to a metal form or applying them to a rounded straw or foam base -- you can make an infinite variety of Christmas wreaths, from greenery wreaths meant to last through the holiday season to heirloom wreaths that can be treasured for years.
Most wreaths fall halfway between shrub and decoration, with a friendly shagginess that befits their front-door post. But this one is elegant enough for the finest of parlors. Made with pale eucalyptus leaves and a large silver bow, it will keep for several seasons.