Earlier this year, I showed you a feather boa wreath that I made C’s grade 1 teacher for Halloween. My sister mentioned how to switch it up for Christmas, and we debated using red and white, or white and silver, but in the end, I tried an all white one. I thought the white feathers would look “snowy”. They so did! I as in love with it, but unfortunately, as mentioned earlier, my husband needed to rid our house of the wreaths that were overtaking our dining room table. So, I sold them to another pretty home, and I hope they are living happily there. But seriously, these are the EASIEST wreaths to make, and I swear they are dirt cheap – you can buy the boas at the dollar store for crying out loud! Anyway, here are two versions that I came up with, honestly, within 5 minutes each.
P.S. I found this article on flax and twine (such a cute blog) – it is all about letting go of that control issue when crafting with kids (not sure about you, but it is totally my biggest issue!) and also some helpful guidelines to make the process more enjoyable for everyone!