About Erin Henry

Since its founding in 2015 by suburban mother Erin Henry, Suburban Simplicity has provided an outlet for like-minded women to connect and share their methods for a serene and simple home life. It has become a trusted resource for advice on simple, modern homemaking, appearing on Oprah Magazine, Good Housekeeping, Buzzfeed, MSN and Yummly.

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  1. Nikki says

    Erin, I love twig wreaths, they are rustic and so pretty. The berries are a favorite of mine too, and there are so many options out there. You can stick with the traditional red or choose a metallic or crystal option. So many ways to tie this into your existing decor. The slight sparkle from the glitter would catch the Christmas lights, I love that little extra spark and shine.

    • Erin says

      you’re are right! I love it when the sparkle catches the Christmas lights and creates that extra shine 🙂 This totally works with any decor.

    • Erin says

      Yes! That’d be a creative use for them. I love topping packages with them at Christmas time. I also think they are pretty on the Christmas Tree.

  2. Brie says

    You are right about miniatures being adorable and your mini-wreaths are no exception. I think they would be the perfect touch to my neighbors holiday cookie boxes, thanks for the great idea!

  3. Katrin says

    Erin, these are just so cute! I love that they are simple but you added personality with the glitter and berries! And they look fantastic with that rustic chalkboard!!!

  4. Carrie Groneman says

    I really like this wreath and have seen them so many times, but never thought to dress them up like that. The uses are endless! Like tying them on top of a gift to make it extra special, or even as a tree ornament. You are one clever crafter my friend:) Carrie, A Mother’s Shadow

  5. Susan says

    Your mini wreaths are just adorable. I also love miniature things. I can hardly wait to adorn my gifts with them this year. Thanks for sharing.

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