Finished Miniature Wreath With Real Evergreens Pinecones And Seed Heads

Miniature Evergreen Wreath Ornaments + Giveaway!

With just a snippet from an outdoor evergreen you’re well on your way to making these miniature wreath ornaments. You can hang them on the tree, use them to decorate the outdoors, add them to gifts, or even use them as napkin rings! No matter how you use them they are fun and simple project to bring the outdoors in. (Oh, and when you get to the end of this post you will find a bunch of holiday ideas from the magnificent makers over at bHome + a Giveaway for $150. See the details at the end of this project.)How to Make Easy Miniature Wreath Ornaments

I don’t really know why but this holiday season I’ve been making everything in miniature. It started with these tabletop Grinch trees, a smaller version of the 9-foot Grinch tree I decorated previously. Then the tree got even smaller with a teeny-tiny, mushroom-decorated, outdoor, Christmas tree for the gnomes, who I also made in miniature. And now miniature evergreen wreaths. Make a miniature wreath from nature

Janit Calvo, the queen of all things miniature has an in-depth tutorial for making miniature wreaths and many ways to embellish them over on her blog. Please head over there to see her many ideas.

The idea for mine came from finding this floral wire with red berries on the ends. I thought it would be a quick and easy way to make plenty of decorations from garden clippings.Miniature wreath materials


Make it!

Start with a fairly for pliable clipping from an evergreen. Leaves from cedar and false cypress are soft and easy to form. Bend the clipping around so that the tip overlaps the cut end. Wind floral wire tipped with red berries around the two ends to secure to make a real miniature wreath step (2)

Continue wrapping wire around the wreath until you have all the little leaves tucked to make a real miniature wreath step (3)

Trim the wreath with scissors to clean it up and make a nice round form. how to make a real miniature wreath step (5)

Add decorative elements like seed heads miniature pinecones and other things found around the garden with a hot glue gun.Finished miniature wreath with real evergreens, pinecones, and seed heads

You can also use ribbon to decorate the wreath. This raffia ribbon makes an easy bow as you simply need to tie it in a not then unfold the ends of the ribbon.Miniature wreath with raffia bow

You can also find ribbon that looks like tinsel which I wound around another miniature wreath.DIY Miniature wreaths from real evergreen clippings

Add ornament hooks to hang them on the Christmas tree or around the garden.Miniature wreath ornaments

Or tie them to gift wrapping and add a little outdoors to your presents.Miniature wreath gift tag

Pin it!

How to Make these adorable miniature wreath ornaments



All the bloggers you will see on this tour are on the bHome App and we are honored to be partnering with D. Lawless Hardware to offer a $150.00 Gift Card to one lucky winner. To enter just download our bHome App by clicking HERE. Our app is available to both iPhone and Android users. If you have already downloaded bHome, you will automatically get a message to TAP to enter. D. Lawless offers international shipping so this giveaway is open to anyone. Winner will be notified on or around December 14, 2015.

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About the Author : Stephanie RoseAn artistic gardener aiming to feed the body & soul through an urban potager garden & a community veggie plot in Vancouver.View all posts by Stephanie Rose

  1. Kerryanne @ Shabby Art Boutique
    Kerryanne @ Shabby Art BoutiqueDecember 8,15

    These little miniature wreaths are super sweet Stephanie. I’d love to make them to adorn gifts or maybe to use as a napkin ring. Pinning and sharing. Merry Christmas!

  2. Kim
    KimDecember 8,15

    Those are just darling. The floral wire is out of stock. Darn.

  3. Cynthia @ A Button Tufted Life… Cynthia Weber Design
    Cynthia @ A Button Tufted Life… Cynthia Weber DesignDecember 8,15

    How perfectly festive!! I love handmade ornaments and your photos are absolutely fantastic! Colour me inspired!! I am looking forward to my turn on the tour Friday! Have a wonderful Christmas season!!

  4. Julie Fiato
    Julie FiatoDecember 8,15

    Uh oh…is this contagious? Now I want to make everything miniature, too!!!

  5. Julie
    JulieDecember 8,15

    Those are adorable! I get the miniature thing! ;) Thanks for sharing this cute DIY! ~julie

  6. Laura Trevey
    Laura TreveyDecember 8,15

    Stephanie, these are simply adorable. Happy Holidays :) !!

  7. Kelly @ mysoulfulhome
    Kelly @ mysoulfulhomeDecember 8,15

    I know what I will be making with my girls this weekend! Barbie dream house needs a wreath afterall! Adorable – thx Stephanie!

  8. susan
    susanDecember 9,15

    these are darling!! Love them!!

  9. Mary Beth|Cupcakes and Crinoline
    Mary Beth|Cupcakes and CrinolineDecember 10,15

    These are absolutely adorable! I love them :)

  10. Linda aka Crafty Gardener
    Linda aka Crafty GardenerDecember 10,15

    I love the miniature wreath being added to a gift. Thanks for another lovely idea.
    I downloaded the app, but so far didn’t get a message about entering the draw.

    • Stephanie Rose
      Stephanie RoseDecember 14,15

      Hi Linda, the entry comes in as an on app message. You will see a yellow dot on bottom navigation. TAP messages to open. TAP to enter. Let me know if it works for you!

  11. Vanessa
    VanessaDecember 11,15

    Those are absolutely darling Stephanie!!

  12. christy @ Confessions of a Serial Do-it-Yourselfer
    christy @ Confessions of a Serial Do-it-YourselferDecember 12,15

    These are too cute! There are so many possibilities…napkin rings, place cards…love them!

  13. Heather
    HeatherDecember 13,15

    THis is adorable! I love how you showed us how you can decorate a hostess gift wine bottle with it!

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