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How To Build A Christmas Wreath with Wildabout

How To Build A Christmas Wreath with Wildabout

December is gently creeping up on us and so of course it’s time to deck the halls with all things festive.

We were lucky enough to enjoy a step-by-step tutorial from the expert team at WILDABOUT - so for any of you crafty types out there please see our ‘How to’ guide, courtesy of their very talented florists.

If you would prefer to leave this to the experts we are actually offering you the chance to win your very own bespoke Christmas wreath, delivered to your door and because no festive ‘cosy up’ is quite the same without a new pair of PJ's we are also throwing in a pair of Emily and Fin pyjamas for you and a friend!

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  • Moss wreath frame
  • A selection of garden foliage- in this particular wreath we have used Myrtle, Eucalyptus, Ruscus, Spruce, Scotts Pine, Olive branches (use as much of a variety of textures as you can)
  • Pine cones
  • Dried oranges
  • Cinnamon sticks
  • Artificial berries
  • Stub wire
  • Reel of wire
  • You can also add some festive scent to your wreath such as eucalyptus and rosemary
All of these items are easily available in your local florist or nursery.


Step. 1
Cut all foliage stems to about 4-7 inches longStep. 2
Lay these all out in front of you for easy access

Step. 3
Make small bunches of mixed foliage and place onto your frame, wrapping wire around the individual bunches and the frame, repeat this process all the way around anti-clockwise, foliage should completely cover the moss wreath frameStep. 4
Add your wire cones, dried fruit and any other extra piecesStep. 5
Push stub wire through the wreath frame and weave the wire back on itself

Step. 6
Follow this process around the wreath placing the items in varied clusters, continue this until the wreath is completeKelly wears the Cece Pink Long Sleeve Star Jumper

How To Build A Christmas Wreath with Wildabout