A few weeks ago, I was contacted by Balsam Hill to review a wreath of my choosing from their company and make a video tutorial on a few ways to decorate/use the wreath. I wanted to quickly show y'all what I did. And currently, I'm a little embarrassed to show the video so for now, just a few pretty photos for you to enjoy tonight! Hopefully I'll be back this week with a post on a few signs!
I choose the 18" battery operated Frasier Fir wreath with white lights. It's super petite and cute and I figured I could use it multiple places each year, just in case I wanted to change my mind.
Up close view. They use a true needle technology so these babies look about as real as they come! But even better… not real. And no mess. Hallelujah!
This was my favorite vignette. I hung the wreath with a 3M command hook on my entryway mirror and layered the look after that with an old, rustic beat up bowl filled with pinecones, signature boxwood, some architectural salvage and a pre-made bow from Kirklands that I bought a few months back…. The mirror I actually found at Ross. One of my best finds there, ever!
I also added the wreath in the bowl and adorned the top with pinecones. This looks especially pretty at night with the lights on. I was challenged to think outside the box while using their wreath and although I'm sure that I could have thought of more ways… I narrowed it down to these traditional ways to keep it simple. I mentioned in the video I did for them that you can shop your own home to also decorate this wreath or any wreath. Ornaments from your tree, small scale photo frame, cotton balls, garland, etc.
Get creative and remember it doesn't have to be perfect to be beautiful. Embrace the "not so perfect." I'm trying to.