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!


Materials:
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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