Wreaths are pretty anytime of the year, but in my opinion, they are especially beautiful around the holidays! They are such an easy way to add a natural element and festive touch to a gift, space, etc. Plus I love a good DIY project! So I decided to craft my own little mini pine wreath gift tags for a holiday event I participated in, where we would be exchanging gifts. I also think these itty bitty wreaths would be really pretty as place cards for a holiday dinner, or could even been used as a napkin ring holder too! Regardless of how you use them, they are super easy to put together and can be made in about 10 minutes flat! Scroll down for the instructions, and make these in time to add just the right amount of texture, color and fresh fragrance to your own holiday gift exchange or event!
Greenery, fresh or artificial
Handwritten name cards
Cut greenery into 10” - 12” piece. If using fresh greenery, you may need to trim off extra branches in order to get one straight piece.
Cut floral wire into 6” piece, set aside
Form the sprig of greenery into a circle
Holding the greenery in place, wrap the floral wire around the joining ends, pulling tightly to secure
Tie name cards onto the front of the wreaths, covering the wire ( I used gift tags that came with gold ribbon, however you could easily make your own by punching a hole in the end of a card and using twine to create your own tie)
Repeat until you have made a mini wreath for each guest