Rustic Natural Element Christmas Wreath

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Easy to Make Natural Element Christmas Wreath | Rustic Christmas Wreath | creativecaincabin.comI created an easy to do Rustic Natural Element Christmas Wreath for our door this year. You all know me by now, and I don’t like to continually buy new things to decorate with, so I normally reinvent whatever I have on hand. This year I went to the basement and found 10 straw wreath forms that I had covered with burlap about 3 years ago (probably right when burlap became popular), they got my wheels turning so I brought 2 of them up (one for the front door and one for the side door). 

Easy to Make Natural Element Christmas Wreath | Rustic Christmas Wreath | creativecaincabin.comI’m also impatient when it comes to projects so I decided to go for a walk around the property and trim off some berries and pinecones to come up with my Rustic Wreath, I live to far away to run to a store everytime I get a brilliant idea LOL. The rosehips grow wild all over our field so I always have plenty of those to cut and we also have several pine trees to find cones under. So me and the dog got a nice walk and I found the materials for my wreath. Now all I needed was a bow to complete it all.

Easy to Make Natural Element Christmas Wreath | Rustic Christmas Wreath | creativecaincabin.comI went into my craft room and found some leftover robins egg blue burlap from my fall wreath so that was what I would be using.  I’m excited to create a winter wreath for free, and it matches the colors I am using for Christmas this year. I really hate creating clutter in my home so anytime I can reuse anything I’m all for it, especially with seasonal items. This wreath can be used all winter, it certainly doesn’t scream Christmas. Hubby and I also went and got our tree yesterday, we cut 9 ft tree this year instead of a 25 ft tree. It sure won’t take nearly as long to decorate. The boys don’t really care if we have a tree or not so I’m not going to make it difficult on myself. I hope to have time to get to it after school one day this week.

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    • says

      Linda, great term… you need to place your name on that one…love it…”Thriftmas”

  1. says

    I love that you used what you already had Dawn and it looks fabulous. xo Laura

    • says

      Thank you Laura I love not having to make a trip to the store for things.

  2. Just Cats says

    I love this, Dawn. So simple yet gorgeous. Love the colours. Deb

    • says

      Thank you Deb, I am tying to put more Duck Egg Blue into my decor right now.

  3. Rondell says

    How talented you are, I bet they look so nice on your doors!

    • says

      Rondell, I am loving the natural decor this season and it’s so easy to create when all I have to do is walk outside and gather my things.

    • says

      Thanks for stopping in Martina, have a wonderful week.

    • says

      Kris, thank so much…it works for the winter season and didn’t break the bank.

  4. Nancy Blue Moon says

    Very nice Dawn..

    • says

      Thank you Nancy, it sure was easy and inexpensive…just the way I like it.

    • says

      Thank you Carol, and it was easy too. Just the way I like to decorate.

    • says

      Thank you Nikki I am loving the Duck Egg Blue this year.

  5. Amy Kirchner says

    Do you have a tutorial on how you make your burlap bows?? It is so Perfect! ๐Ÿ™‚

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