OUT OF TIME, PATIENCE, AND INSPIRATION?
BLOOMIST COLLABORATOR HILARY ROBERTSON MAKES A SIMPLE
WREATH WITH JUST A HANGER AND SOME GREENS.
Photography by David Chow
The great thing about a hanger wreath is that it comes with the attachment to hang it from.
Start by shaping a hanger into a circle, and then begin weaving things around it. Use something bushy
as a base — something that's not too stiff – and use green florist's wire to keep things in place. If you're
making a smaller wreath, you could use a softer pine or eucalyptus; something with a bit of bend in it.
Here I've added Spanish moss for an even softer look, and silver brunia clippings for that silver gray color.