No matter what holiday you celebrate at this time of year, may it be merry and bright. This is to let you know that we really appreciate you reading this blog, visiting our website, following us on social media and watching our videos. A big thank you with both arms outstretched!
Here’s a succulent wreath, all sparkled out for Christmas, which I made for you:
I’ll be making a bigger succulent wreath early next year for a friend who just had her home remodeled. She now has a beautiful red front door and wants something living to hang on it. The wreath you see here is a gift a made for you my wonderful reader but stay tuned, because I’ll be doing a full on how to when I make the wreath for her.
Here at Joy Us garden we’ll be taking a two week break to decompress and spend some time away from the computer after a very busy 2015. Keep your eye out because coming next week is a compilation that Lucy has put together with our 5 most popular posts and our 5 most popular videos for you to peruse when you need to take a break from the holiday madness. There’s nothing like plants and flowers to ground us when we feel like the world is spinning madly all around us!
Stay tuned because we’ll be back on January 6 to start the new year with a vlog post from South America. Uruguay to be exact. We have so many topics and things planned for 2016 that it makes our hearts go boom boom! I hope you’ll be able to join me for big time fun in the garden and at the craft table. I love sharing what I know and look forward to helping and inspiring you.
Here are additional DIY ideas to get you in a festive mood:
- Last Minute Christmas Centerpiece
- 13 Blooming Plant Choices for Christmas
- Homemade Natural Christmas Decorations
- How to Make a Holiday Wreath with Plants
- Tips for Keeping Your Poinsettias Looking Good
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