Christmas is the perfect time to tap into your creative spirit and harness nature’s bounty to make beautiful foraged decorations for your home. This Christmas wreath is simple to make, gorgeous, sustainable and recyclable.


It includes a little bit of everything: greenery foraged from the garden creates the base layer, with seedheads and dried flowers woven in to add texture and interest. Pine cones, willow stems, thistles and frothy clematis seedheads were added at the end to give a natural look. Read the full guide to making this wreath, and more festive projects from Amber, in our December magazine.

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Three quarter Christmas wreath by Amber Partner

To make this wreath, you will need

  • Circular willow wreath base
  • Secateurs
  • Green jute twine
  • Foraged greenery, such as bay, eucalyptus, ivy and conifers
  • Seedheads, such as clematis, buddleia, nigella, thistles, grasses and more
  • Pine cones
  • Dried flowers, such as lavender
  • Stems of twisted willow
  • Ribbon, for hanging


Amber is owner of Howe Farm Flowers near Aylesbury, growing sustainable, seasonal cut flowers. The farm offers pick-your-own and workshops.