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DIY Christmas Wreath Drink Stirrers

With just a few twists of floral wire, you can turn some sprigs of rosemary and a handful of cranberries into these adorable DIY Christmas Wreath Drink Stirrers that are perfect for stirring some merriment into your cranberry mimosas on Christmas morning!Christmas Wreath Swizzle Sticks // Salty CanarySeriously, how cute are they? And they smell SO good!
Christmas Wreath Swizzle Sticks // Salty CanaryChristmas Wreath Swizzle Sticks // Salty Canary

Here’s the tutorial and there is a printable version below.

Materials:

Step-by-Step Instructions:

  1. Simply cut your floral wire, shape it into a 2″ diameter circle and wrap the ends around each other to close (and make sure to tuck them in so no one gets stabbed on the wire).
  2. Slide 1-2 sticks of rosemary through the circle, then twist it around the floral wire.
  3. Use a few shorter 1″ bits of floral wire to secure the rosemary to the wire circle and then to the skewer stick.
  4. Stick cranberries onto the sharp wire ends.

Then all you need to do is pour the cranberry mimosas and enjoy!

Christmas Wreath Swizzle Sticks // Salty CanaryChristmas Wreath Swizzle Sticks // Salty CanaryYou could also use these DIY Christmas Wreaths as Place Card Settings or wrap them around the stems of your wine glasses and add name tags for your Christmas party! Christmas Wreath Swizzle Sticks // Salty Canary

Christmas Wreath Swizzle Sticks // Salty Canary

DIY Christmas Wreath Drink Stirrers

Materials

  • Green or gold floral wire
  • Skewer sticks
  • Rosemary Sprigs
  • Cranberries
  • Scissors

Instructions

    1. Simply cut your floral wire, shape it into a 2" diameter circle and wrap the ends around each other to close (and make sure to tuck them in so no one gets stabbed on the wire).
    2. Slide 1-2 sticks of rosemary through the circle, then twist it around the floral wire.
    3. Use a few shorter 1" bits of floral wire to secure the rosemary to the wire circle and then to the skewer stick.
    4. Stick cranberries onto the sharp wire ends.

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