My DIY Bottle Brush Christmas Wreath is so easy to create.
You can dress up any area of your home in just a few minutes using some inexpensive decor you probably already have in your Christmas stash.
I found my grapevine wreath at our local supermarket.
It smells like cinnamon.
The perfect spot to put it is obviously in my kitchen.
I hung my wreath above our range for a little festive touch.
Since that’s where you can find me on most days!
I am pretty sure you can make any wreath smell like cinnamon just by adding a few drops of your favorite essential oil.
Lay it flat, and let it soak in. until its dry to the touch.
For the brush trees, I already had a few on hand.
And, I just snipped up two different greenery garlands to make the picks to stick into the grapevine.
Then I added in some small pine cones and some tiny gold balls for some shimmer.
It could not be any easier.
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Below, I created a video tutorial to show you the steps to make the bottle brush Christmas wreath.
I would love to see your wreath creations. Drop me a comment below and tell me what you think of this DIY.
Looking For More Christmas DIYs?
Check out another fun DIY using Bottle Brush Trees and a sugar mold.
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How About Some Holiday Recipes?
You definitely want to try out my Holiday Pound Cake with Old Fashioned Caramel Icing.
And, make sure to check out my Cranberry Pistachio Pound Cake. It’s as delicious as it photographs.
My apple rosettes are a statement worthy dessert that are surprisingly easy to create.
J Dub’s Lemon Meringue Cheesecake is the perfect way to end a meal.
My Pumpkin Shaped Mediterranean Brie en Croute makes an oustanding holiday appetizer.
If want a hot dip that is a total crowd pleaser, check out my queso for a crowd.