Lace and Ivy Boho Christmas Wreath

6 Materials
30 Minutes
The holiday season can be so rushed and hectic. So for a Christmas wreath this year, I decided to go rustic and minimal and create a low-stress lace and ivy Bohemian Christmas wreath.
For my wreath, I used a few simple supplies that I got at a local dollar store:

- A grapevine wreath
- A string of faux ivy
- 5 Glittery pinecones
- 6 Yards Lace Ribbon
- Glue Gun
- Hot Glue
- Scrap of burlap ribbon for bow

This wreath is so easy to put together that you practically don't need instructions! To begin, wrap the faux ivy around your grapevine wreath. I wrapped my ivy across the grapevine wreath to give it sort of a dreamcatcher look.

I then heated up my glue gun and hot glued the pinecones onto the wreath.

Then, all that was left to do was cut some lace ribbon and tie it onto the bottom of the wreath. (I made the ribbons on either end longer than the ones in the middle.)

If you would like to add a bow, use a scrap of burlap ribbon to tie on a simple bow.
I really like the simplicity of this wreath. (Not to mention that it only took me about $5 to make.)

I first shared this wreath as part of a "12 Months of Wreaths" blog hop with some of my blogging friends. Links to the tutorials for my friends' wreaths can be found in my tutorial for this wreath on my blog, Mom Home Guide.

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