Laura from Finding Home is back to share her wood slice mini wreaths with us. They are super charming and a way to bring some rustic into your table or wall décor.
Laura loves natural and reclaimed elements in her home. I can just imagine her family (who I have met!) enjoying a meal around this gorgeous table setting.
And there is no need to chop wood yourself – read on to find out how she did it.
Greeting readers of Infarrantly Creative, Laura of Finding Home back this month to share a mini wreath Christmas place setting.
It is the perfect personal touch to your holiday table and can be used as a decoration, place marker and can even be a gift to your guests when they leave.
Or, if you want to keep them all to yourself, they would be perfect grouped on a wall.
And the best part, they could not be easier.
- Small and thin wood slices. If you are going to cut them yourself, it needs to be dry wood. We cut ours using a chop saw. If not, Michael’s is now selling them in bags.
- Small embroidery hoops (1 for every two place settings because they have two pieces)
- Hot glue
- Desired embellishments
Simply separate your embroidery hoop into two pieces, set one aside. Using hot glue, attach the wood slices around the ring once. Then follow through a second time overlapping the points where the first round met. Embellish as desired.
If you are planning on being able to hang them, add a loop of ribbon to the hoop before you begin gluing on the wood slices.
See, I told you it was simple!
I created two different styles to show you how easily you can change the style direction.
For this one, I folded over two types of ribbon, glued them in pace, glued in some small greenery and than glued the crystal snowflake in place.
I love the contrast of the more elegant details with the rustic wood.
If you wanted to able to change things out for future use, don’t glue them on, just tie on ribbon and embellishments that work for your tables setting.
For this one, I glued on a small red bow and then tied on a tag and some vintage bell ornaments. You could also tie on a blank tag and use it to write the names of your guests for a place card holder.
I have also made full size wreaths using the same concept for both the fall and Christmas.
If you would like to see another holiday table idea, you can visit my boxwood and houndstooth table.
or, if you are looking for an Advent calendar idea, you can visit my vintage window advent calendar
Thanks so much and happy holiday crafting!
Take care, Laura
I pinned that little wreath, it sparked a vision of a take off on it.