The best Live Evergreen Wreaths {by Lynch Creek Farms}

I have always been a huge fan of live greenery especially for the holidays.

There is nothing that compares to a live pine garland or even a Christmas tree. The nostalgia and warm coziness comes from that course there’s always practicality in mind…so I together with many thousands of other people in United States keep that easy practicality in full force with our faux Christmas trees.

But because I have that artificial tree, it doesn’t mean I don’t love the real live greenery. I simply adore it and I love it even more because in small quantities for me, I can keep it under control and keep it alive. Lol.

Every year I’m determined to bring those beautiful evergreen smells into my home, and while I was on the hunt I stumbled upon Lynch Creek Farm.

And Ohhhh man am I glad I did!

The “Blended Bay Wreath” with no bow

Lynch Creek farms is A family owned business that makes handcrafted wreaths and other Evergreen arrangements for your home. They are located in Washington state, they don’t cut down trees for their items…and I am amazed at the quality and beauty of these creations! When I opened the box it was in it was in pristine condition and smelled oh so divine!

They even have free shipping anywhere in the contiguous United States.

It was so hard to choose which one I liked the best…They have so many gorgeous things to choose from! This Blended Bay Wreath was just calling my name and I knew it would fit into my style of home etc….. I absolutely adore the textures and the different variations of pine as well as the couple of sprigs of bay leaf and pine cones… it’s just beautiful. I added a tiny little twinkle light into the wreath while I photographed this…and I love how it adds a bit of whimsy to it .

Well, I hope you are enjoying your holiday season and if you need an idea for a gift any of the fresh beautiful creations from Lynch Creek Farm will surely put a smile on your special someone’s face..even if that’s you.

Ps…this gingerbread house is one I made last year with salt dough! And it held up all year long! Go here for the full DIY recipe.

Happy holidays!



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