You may remember last Thanksgiving we post a little DIY on how to make these super cute Rosemary Wreath Place Cards. This year I thought it would be really pretty to reprise the Rosemary Wreath DIY and make them into gift toppers! You can find the entire Rosemary Wreath DIY right here, with all the instructions and links.
For this gift topper DIY, I decided not to tie it off to cover the floral wire because the Rosemary I got was very bushy and it was easy to hide the wire under the leaves. I then printed out to and from’s on regular letter sized paper on my printer (I used the font “Frosted”). You totally don’t have to print them out, but I did because my handwriting is really terrible and it looks like what I imagine an insane persons handwriting would be like. After I printed the to and from’s out I just took the wreath I planned to use and kind of loosely traced it lightly on the paper so I knew where to cut. I just cut the paper to the size of the circle and stuck it to the package using double sided tape. I used red bakers twine to tie the wreath to the package but you can use any ribbon. If you loop it around either side of the wreath and then tie it at the bottom of the package I think that looks best.
The best thing about this DIY is that if the box your gift came in is kind of nice, you don’t need to wrap it, you can just do this instead. I plan to make a bunch of these wreaths and wrap presents as little as possible this year. ☺