These little rosemary wreaths are so perfect. I made a few for some friends and then thought the kids might like to make some too. I put a basket of rosemary from the school garden and everyone got excited. Bonus, our classroom smelled great!
If you have a rosemary bush, you should make some too. Here's how:
1. Cut 1 or 2 long sprigs about the same length.
2. Twist the 2 sprigs together. Note, we only used 1 sprig in the classroom, they turned out just fine and were easier for little hands.
3. Now, bring the ends together into a wreath shape. Overlap the ends slightly and secure. We used my favorite binder, a piece of pipecleaner, but string or twist ties would work as well.
4. Cover up the pipecleaner with a bow. Tie on a bow using ribbon or a strip of holiday fabric.
If you want, you can add a little string to hang it with or just slip the wreath over a door knob.
My co-teacher made a bunch and gave to friends along with a recipe that used rosemary - such a clever girl she is!