Miniature Winter Wreaths
Wired twine and sprigs of holiday greenery can be bound into a small handheld decoration. Then, tie a name card or message for the perfect personal touch.
Photography: Christy Doramus
Source: Martha Stewart
This idea comes from our contributor Christy Doramus. She uses them in multiple ways during the holiday season: place settings, ornaments, and even napkin rings. Plus, she says you can "spruce up any gift with a handmade mini wreath that can be used over and over again."
Assorted winter berries or pinecones
Name card and string (optional)
Create the base of your wreath by forming wired twine into a 3-inch circle, wrapping 2 to 3 times.
Use florist wire to attach greenery and accents to the wreath, wrapping each around 2 to 3 times.
Continue step 2 until you either cover a portion or the entire wreath, adding accents as desired.
Optional: Use string to tie on a name card to the wreath and use it for a place card, gift tag, napkin ring, or holiday ornament.