Monday, December 22, 2014

A Christmas Wreath

Last year my quite old wreath suffered rather in an overnight storm (actually most of it disintegrated and ended up spread along the road) so this year I decided to have a go and make my own.  I've never made one before but having bought a willow ring I gathered greenery, seed heads and hips from the garden and this is the result.


I'm rather pleased with it, and an added bonus is that it smells really nice due to the elaeagnus leaves!

Hope you all have a wonderful Christmas and thanks for reading my ramblings over the last year :-)

9 comments:

Celia Hart said...

Happy Christmas Su!
Your door wreath looks great (I didn't realise eleagnus was scented)
C xx

Janneke said...

Lovely wreath, nothing beats homemade.
Wish you a MERRY CHRISTMAS!

Rustic Vintage Country said...

That is absolutely beautiful! Suzy xo

Julie @Dragonfly Gems said...

Love your wreath Su.. I've decided I'm going to make my own next year. Happy Christmas to you and yours :o) x

Toffeeapple said...

That is beautiful! And a bonus of aroma, how nice.

Have a wonderful time of festivities.

Anna said...

How attractive Su. It looks as if you have had many years of making them under your belt. Wishing you peace and joy at Christmas xxx

Maureen said...

What a beautiful wreath, I love the rose hips in there.

elaine said...

Wishing you a very merry Christmas Su.

Jo said...

Your wreath is beautiful. Wishing you and your family a very merry Christmas, I hope it's a good one.