Crafting with a Cinnamon Broom, Part 1
A little over a week ago, I bought a cinnamon broom for $3.99 at the market. It’s a bit too early for fall decor, if you ask me, (see my post “Thoughts on the Cinnamon Broom“) but I have been snipping away at the twigs to make some scented wreaths to decorate a blank wall at home.
Prior to beginning this project, I had never made a wreath before, but it wasn’t hard at all! I used bronze-colored jewelry wire and bakery twist-ties to secure the twigs, but any wire will do. I chose jewelry wire because it’s a bit softer to work with and was easier on my hands. I used a wire cutter for the jewelry wire and a garden clippers to remove the twigs from the broom.
Here are the beginning steps to make a cinnamon broom wreath:
To see how I finished the wreath with additional twigs, embellishments, and ribbon, stay tuned for Wednesday’s post!