23 DAYS UNTIL CHRISTMAS!!!
It’s finally time for those very Christmas blogs, and I can’t wait to delve into them because honestly they are extremely festive and so much fun to write. Every week leading to Christmas day, I’m going to write one/two Christmassy posts, on anything and everything festive, so if you have any ideas or recommendations than drop me a message. A little heads up, they may not be as long as my usual posts but hopefully they’ll still be as good, and full of Christmassy pictures and festive content.
This week’s post is all about Christmas Wreath Decorating, which I was lucky enough to do with Bloom & Wild (@bloomandwild) this week . Usually, I don’t do many festive things during Christmas other than watching a ton of Christmas movies, going to the Christmas market and obviously opening my chocolate advent calendar (cause that’s a must!). But this year I decided to be a bit more festive, starting off with making my very own Christmas wreath.
First of all, I would like to point out that I am the least creative/arty person out there, so please don’t judge me on my poor wreath decorating skills because they definitely need some improvement.
Wreath decorating is some very serious business, and you shouldn’t take it lightly. Ok but seriously, it was so much fun! I never thought that decorating a wreath could be so enjoyable, in fact I didn’t really know what I was getting into when I signed up for it. But honestly it was such a cute festive workshop and I would recommend it to anyone who wants something festive to do during the Christmas holidays.
In the workshop, we were given a premade pine wreath and had a wide range of different foliage and Christmassy decorations to make our wreaths our own. Now people that know me, will know that I tend to get a bit excited and go slightly over the top with the colours when I am decorating things. And this was just another one of those occasions, and obviously if you put cute little blue baubles in front of me, I will find a way to use them.
It was such a lovely way to spend a Saturday morning and a very festive way to start the countdown to Christmas. An all-round lovely workshop which I will definitely be doing again next year! Now I just have to keep my wreath happy and alive till I get home, wish me luck.
I have so many more very festive Christmassy posts to come, my favourite one which is coming next week is all about my favourite Christmassy places to visit in London, so keep your eyes peeled for that one.
Love Sharuni xx
//2nd December 2018//