A unique asymmetrical Christmas wreath is a modern take on this classic and staple Christmas decoration.
DIY this asymmetrical Christmas wreath in a matter of mere minutes and with minimal materials.
Materials You Will Need
- Cotton ball branches with wire stem
- Your choice of festive greenery
- Floral wire
- Embellishments such holly berry stems, bunny tail grass, etc.
To create the structure support for your asymmetrical Christmas wreath, Trim two stems of your cotton ball branches with wire stems to be about 13 inches long. Position them so that the ends meet each other. Overlap the stems about eight inches and wrap them together.
Next, placed your greenery on top of the structure. Position your greenery pieces so that the top of the greenery is pointing outwards. Weave the stems of your greenery into the cotton branches.
Tie a piece of ribbon at both ends of your wreath, onto the structure created by the cotton ball branches.
Weave into the wreath additional embellishments as desired – berries, bunny tail grass, etc. Use pieces of your floral wire to secure any loose pieces.
Finally, hang up your DIY asymmetrical Christmas wreath and admire!
This wreath looks beautiful not only on a front entranceway door, but also adds a festive touch over picture frames, in windows, over leaning mirrors, and more.