Normally you'd be expecting some yummy recipes from a "Hands of Love" post. I began "Hands of Love" posts five years ago when Caroline was losing her hair and we were trying to see if it could be helped through nutritional therapy. At the time I had NO idea how to cook gluten, dairy, & soy free meals, and it truly became a full-time job for my "hands of love" to put food on the table.
This "Hands of Love" doesn't have any recipes. Instead, it has Christmas gifts I made this year with my "hands of love"! (Thanks to a bazillion free tutorials on Pinterest and the excellent idea from my neighbor.)
I was surprised how easy they were to make once I figured it out, and what's great about these wreaths is that the accessories on them can be changed out with the seasons so it can be a year-round gift.
I even made them for our teachers' gifts.
Family members got more personalized wreaths- like using initials and colors/things they love like peacock feathers...
I think my favorite was the one I made for my mother-in-law, who is a lover of all things deep red. I ordered the red burlap online and it turned out gorgeous.
The burlap wreaths were a hit!
Such a fun project for these "hands of love."