Make natural DIY rosehip wreath ornaments for your Christmas tree decoration. They’re easy, cheap and fast to make – and perfect for a dog- or kid-friendly Christmas tree!
‘Hang a wreath at your threshold on Christmas
In token of Love, Life and Beauty,
For like the bound circle of evergreen foliage,
They have neither end nor beginning.
And weave in bright berries and fruits, or a riband,
For Joy, Mirth, Bounty, and friendly Good Cheer.’
Make an all-natural, old-fashioned Christmas wreath this Christmas! This Christmas wreath is made from scratch without a straw or foam base: All you need is greenery, water shoots, red berries and cotton twine. The Christmas wreath is all-natural, made without wire and glue, so you can compost the wreath after the holiday season! The Christmas wreath from scratch is so quick to make – it takes less than half an hour! Continue reading Old-Fashioned Christmas Wreath From Scratch
This delicious rose hip jam is so easy to make! And what’s best: You don’t have to remove the seeds and hairs!
In this tutorial I’ll show you how to make ice luminaries. They look lovely and are fun to make! 😀 Use them to light up your porch or the pathway to your house. Continue reading DIY Ice Luminaries – Tutorial
Today is day 19 of my Advent Calendar and I’ll show you how to make natural, Christmassy tin can candle holders with moss. You’ll just need three things: an empty tin can, moss and a candle – no glue or floral foam needed. Continue reading Moss Tin Can Candle Holder – Tutorial