DIY christmas decorations

Long time no see, right?

I’m sorry that this blog was so silent. It’s pretty hard to get inspiration out of ordinary things but I believe  that you can practice that!
Until then I’ll have to stick to my not so regular incoming ideas.

One of those ideas was to finally do some christmas decorations by myself.
My mum and I equally love interior and she always manages to transform our home into something different every time she decorates it!
I wanted to do that, too!
So, this year I decided to visit some interior shops and made two advent wreaths: one for my boyfriend and another one for me.
The one I created for my boyfriend is a bit less stylish and more calm and elegant with almost no colours. I wanted it to fit a man’s style and it shouldn’t be too flipped out.

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For my own wreath I wanted to bring some colour into my room!
Usually I’m not the one to pick colourful objects, fashion pieces etc.
But as I stood in front of all those home accessoires I knew it had to be something special!
At first I wanted to go for a traditional advent wreath with four candles like the one I just showed you. But I knew where I wanted the decoration to stand and the spot would be too small. SO instead, I went with just one candle.

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I found everything I needed for the two advent wreaths at DEPOT
It’s a german interior shop an I absolutely love it!
If you like this post and my “creations” leave me some comments!
And if you’re interested in similar decorations objects feel free to mention it and I’ll be happy to search the whole internet 🙂

Until then!
Love, Franziska!