The other day I made these really cute mini herb wreaths which I thought would look super sweet attached to a food gift.
I decided to go ahead and take some photos of these cute little wreaths and of course stage them in my own style.
I took photos to explain the process in which I had made them.
I even have one of those foodie photos showing my hands holding the cute mortar and pestle my mother in law gave me a few years back.
I decided to crush dried herbs to put inside the jar.
I cut and made a little book page tag and stamped the word ‘herbs’ on it and carefully attached it to the little herb jar…
(Twine and canvas kindly provided by Canvas Corp)
And finally, I would attach it to a sweet little jar full of dried herbs.
All was going well until I reviewed my photos and realized that I didn’t take one photo of the wreath actually attached to the little jar…
And since that was the entire point of the post, now you just get to imagine how cute the wreath would have looked crowning the top of that jar.
I think I need to get a little more sleep. Let’s call this one #blogpostfail
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Sheran Steading says
Love, love these Lucy! what is in the jar?
This entire post is beautiful! What a wonderful little hostess gift this would be!
Rebekah // Charming Imperfections says
What an awesome idea for a gift! Especially if you grow your own herbs! And, seriously, this wreath is way too cute! Love it!
So pretty, and I bet it smelt amazing too.
Erin Her Heartland Soul says
We all have those days! haha What a beautiful wreath!
Doesn’t matter to me these are the cutest!! We get what you are going for and what a thoughtful gift
No! This was definitely NOT a “FAIL”! Such an adorable idea. You inspire me alot! Thanks for sharing your “TALENT” with us! 8)
Lucy, that’s funny… something I would do! Enjoyed it just the same. So cute!
Take a nap this afternoon…
Sara Gibson says
Oh goodness, I have totally done the same thing!
The mini herb wreaths are just adorable though! Love ’em!
Abigail Reddel says
I’m going to make these as cute little place settings for thanksgiving with everyone’s names attached to the twine. I love that there’s a combo of different herbs. I bet they’ll smell great!
This easy herb wreath is perfect for any season. You will need a few materials and about an hour to make. Start by gathering some fresh herbs such as thyme, rosemary, and lavender. Make a small hole in the center of each stem and insert a stem into the hole. Then, use a piece of ribbon or yarn to tie the herb together in a knot.