DIY Simple Eucalyptus Wreath

We have a few eucalyptus trees in our backyard and I love finding ways to use the clippings in the house.  Last year, I used eucalyptus to help with my Fall tablescape  and we are currently searching for art to add to our walls and we are filled with blank space.  A wreath was a good solution to decorate the walls while we wait for art!

Eucalyptus Trimmings (you can purchase these very inexpensively or you can cut them off the huge trees in my yard ;)
Clear Scotch Tape
Large Embroidery Hoop

I call this wreath, use anything I had on hand to make it work.  I wanted a wood circle and an embroidery hoop was perfect!  Tip! I see embroidery hoops at the thrift store ALL the time. So much that I stopped buying it when I saw them because I have a hoarder's nest of them enough.  I also did not have any floral tape, but clear tape worked fine, maybe the wreath perfectionists will care, but I do not :)

All I did was wrap the trimmings as I liked them and wrapped the tape a couple times around each individual clipping and the embroidery hoop.  You can make the wreath as full as you like.  I wanted the wood to show, which is why I used less clippings.

Enjoy this delicate touch for your home- I think it is beautiful for Fall but can work throughout holidays easily!

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