UPDATED- Congrats to Daniella Bexiga on winning the hamper!
Yay we are officially in December AKA Christmas month! I get way too excited for this time of year because of all the food, celebrations and yes, presents! This time of the year is also a very festive one on the blog with a lot of Christmas inspired content from Christmas Party outfits, to giveaways to festive make-up collections and so much more! Isn’t that exciting? Today I am kicking things off with a delicious giveaway and a DIY!
Who doesn’t love Lindt? It is by far my favorite chocolate brand and I am happy to eat it all the time(my thighs aren’t though), and today I am sharing the love! There is a fab R1200 Lindt hamper up for grabs to make all of your chocolate dreams come true, yum! To share the festive fun, I also have a little DIY for you today. It takes 60 minutes to make, and it is not too hard to do at all! I love dressing my house up for Christmas, and this is something that you can do with your family as a fun festive activity! For this DIY Lindt Christmas Wreath you will need
- LINDOR Milk Chocolate Truffles (we tied red ribbon on one end and used 20 truffles)
- 30-50cm wire wreath frame
- Floral tape (or hot glue gun)
- Ribbon bow
And now lets go step by step on how to make this beautiful wreath!
1. Gather all the materials and lay them out on a large, flat surface
2. Assemble wreath by taking pieces of cut foliage and tying them with tape to the frame. Follow the natural curve of the branches.
3.Continue layering pieces in the same direction, taping tightly. Exposed wire will get covered as you go.
4.When you have come all the way around, simply tape ends tightly to one another. Cut tape and do a few extra twists to secure.
5.Cover any visible wire by using small stems. Add decorative elements, such as berries.
6.Place the Lindor truffles around the wreath and wire or glue gun in place. Add bow and secure with wire or glue gun.
And now for the giveaway part! This delicious Lindt hamper is up for grabs today, and to enter all you have to do is comment and tell me: How many LINDOR truffles are used to make the wreath?
The competition is running for today only, and winner will be announced tomorrow morning! Good luck!