I’m always scouring ditches for treasures (flowers, moss, wood, you name it), and one of my favourite flowers is the wild Tansy. It’s abundant, beautiful, free, and it makes for a lovely wreath, or bouquet.
I know that in some parts, it’s considered invasive…
but I say, invade… (perhaps farmers do not)…
To make the wreath, I simply clipped off the flower heads and pushed the stems into a willow wreath that I purchased at Michaels.
Start at the bottom and push the flower heads up the left side of the base, then up the right side of the base until they meet at the top.
At the bottom, I created a little spray by pushing the flowers in from the left, and in from the right, and then secured them with some twine. Easy Peasy!
Definitely a country bouquet.
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