December 4, 2011

How to Host a Wreath Party

It's that time of year again, when the girlfriends get together and fashion up themselves the most beautimously giant wreaths you've seen this side of the Sierra Nevadas. It's time for our
You can read about the history of our tradition, here and here.


It's something I look forward to every holiday season. Any excuse to get together with the girls is a welcome one, but when there are Christmas wreaths involved? 
And yes, we are complete dorks that take this same photo every year. 

Want to host your own wreath party? It's simple (I can't really say this, seeing as I've never hosted one before, but my girlfriend does each year and she makes it seem simple). 


It's great for all different walks of creative types and leaves plenty of room for interpretation. You simply slap some hot glue on the things you want attached and glue it directly onto the wreath. Don't like what you did? Take it off! It's that easy.

And who doesn't love a wreath in their home during the holiday season? I know my front porch surely does.
{I'm linking up to these linky parties}

3 comments:

Pam said...

What a fun idea and I bet your house smells great for days!

Jennifer @ The Brilliant Crafty Type said...

I did a bit of a wreath party myself this year. So fun! I provided the drinks and food and the ladies each brought their own wreath making supplies. Definitely going to do a bigger deal next year since it was such a hit!

Lisa said...

This is such a fun idea! I've never been to anything like this!