Charming, simple, and smelling perfectly delicious – I thought you might love this idea as much as I do. It couldn’t get any more simple – and the materials needed for these Rosemary holiday wreaths are available at the grocery store.
The DIY tutorial for this mini rosemary wreath garland includes using a whole bunch of little embroidery hoops.
I have no intention of buying them and doing that – I think it will work just as well with some stiff wire that I happen to have at hand. If that doesn’t work, I’ll trim the grape vine off the pergola and make small loops with that. I also suspect that if you have a large enough rosemary bush (like if you live in southern California or something!) you could probably forage or harvest long enough rosemary stems that you can loop them around a couple times (I’d use a can from the pantry as a form) and not have to have any other structure behind them.
Add red yarn (or some other festive ribbons to attach them in a garden) and you are good to go.
Other garden wreath posts worth checking out: