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GET THE LOOK

THREE WAYS
TO MAKE A
CHRISTMAS
WREATH

GET THE LOOK

THREE WAYS
TO MAKE A
CHRISTMAS
WREATH

Deck the halls (and the door, and the table) with our three clever step-by-step videos on how you can create wow-worthy Christmas wreaths using faux foliage

 

The wreath with a ribbon twist

Give your classic door wreath a seasonal spin with a festive red and green faux fir and frosted pine-cone design, finished with layers of ribbon in contrasting colours and textures.

Start with our large Winterberry light-up wreath and wrap around plenty of ribbon in varying widths and materials, from hessian to embossed satin and velvet in Christmas shades of rich red, gold and green. Watch the full video for our step-by-step guide.

Watch the how-to  Choose your wreath

“A FIVE-MINUTE
flourish for instant
kerb appeal”

DECK THE HALLS

A kid-ready wreath

Get the little ones involved in some arts and crafts this year. This bright red wreath is made for hanging in pride of place on their bedroom doors.

Start with our berry wreath and loop patterned ribbon through the middle to make a Christmas star shape. Then add in personal touches like their favourite animals as felt decorations and little edible touches such as mini fir tree shortbread biscuits. Watch the full video for our step-by-step guide.

Watch the how-to  Choose your wreath

“A TEN-MINUTE
craft session that’s sure
to make them smile

DECK THE HALLS

A sweet-smelling centrepiece

Who said a wreath was just for the door? Transform yours into an easy table setting with a serving platter, a cream candle and a few clever decorations.

Start with our large winterberry light-up wreath and add in fresh, fragrant accents that will give your dinner table a deliciously festive scent, like dried citrus slices from our grapefruit and ginger potpourri mix, rosemary stems and cinnamon sticks.

Watch the how-to  Choose your wreath

“A TEN-MINUTE
table wreath that
smells of Christmas

DECK THE HALLS

 

Photographer: Kev Hiscoe / Stylist: Amanda Bailey-Rook / Editor: Emma Sleight

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