Cerridwen Greenleaf, author of The Herbal Healing Handbook, has written a guide on how to create a herbal wreath and how the wreath will bring you love, take a look!
Oftentimes, your kitchen is the heart of the home. Something about cooking and sharing food brings people together. An herbal wreath hanging on the kitchen door can be a source of love and luck. You’ll need the following for your creation:
Freshly cut herbs of your choice
A wire wreath frame, available from most craft stores
Either string or florist’s wire, ribbon, and perhaps a hot glue gun
This is truly one of the simplest craft projects you can ever make. Simply utilize the wreath frame as a base, and use string or the florist’s wire to anchor the fresh herbs into place. Finish it off with a colorful ribbon or other magical decorative touches you may want to add.
Heart Wreath: Don’t wait until Valentine’s Day to try this; love should be 24/7, 365 days a year. Invite love into your home by hanging a wreath full of love herbs on your door. Any combination of these will work beautifully and I recommend using herbs that personally resonate for you among these options: allspice, clove, catnip, fig, bleeding heart, periwinkle, tulip, peppermint, violet, daffodil, lavender, and marjoram. Adorn with pink and red ribbons to let the universe know you’re ready to welcome love into your life.
The Herbal Healing Handbook
How to Use Plants, Essential Oils and Aromatherapy as Natural Remedies
Heal the natural way. In her latest work, bestselling author Cerridwen Greenleaf shares the healing power of plants, roots, herbs, essential oils, aromatherapy, and all things natural remedies. If you are tired of automatically turning to chemical treatments, or just want to have more plant-based care options, The Herbal Healing Handbook is the book for you. It is a must have for those seeking health solutions that work from Mother Earth.