Learn how to make a traditional festive wreath in 10 easy steps with Singapore-based florist, Charlotte Puxley
One of the best things about the festive season is that it’s always a great excuse to get creative and dress up the home. So we say kick Christmas off with a DIY wreath – the perfect decorative addition to any door, wall or table-scape. And did we mention it’s totally easy to make? Here’s our favourite florist, Charlotte Puxley, to show us how.
If you’re not feeling confident enough to try this on your own, book yourself a slot in Charlotte’s popular Christmas workshop on the 17th of December at her lovely Tiong Bahru Studio. As well as providing everything you’ll need to make your wreath, you can get into the full festive spirit with tea and goodies from Plain Vanilla Bakery. Book your spot here; spaces are limited!
Still too strapped for time? Take the super easy option and order one of Charlotte’s beautiful custom creations from her website. We’re offering our readers a 10% discount on these; just enter the promo code ‘Honeywreath’ when you make your purchase.
Here’s a summary and some more info on what you’ll need if you do decide to get creative on your own:
From Far East Flora (place your order on a Monday)
1 Hydranger Stem
9 Confier Cones
10 stems of Seeded Eucalyptus
10 stems of Eucalyptus Pulverulenta
10 stems of Eucalyptus Nuts
10 stems of Lawsons Cypress
5 stems of Babies Breath
1 box of Flat Moss
1 Wire Frame
1 Reel Wire
10 Stem Wires (cut wire)
Metallic Silver Spray Paint
Green Satin Ribbon