perfect food lover’s wreaths

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Cedar & Eucalyptus Holiday Wreath with Burlap Ribbon

Hand-crafted on Creekside’s California farm, this artisanal cedar and eucalyptus wreath is a beautifully simple alternative to classic holiday wreaths. We’ll take the unusual combination of delicately fragrant eucalyptus and cedar leaves over a scented candle any day. It makes a perfect hostess gift for holiday parties, or just keep it for yourself to welcome the season all year long.

  • Made in: Monterey County California
  • Made of: Cedar, mixed eucalyptus, tallow berries, and a burlap ribbon
  • Size: Roughly 20″ diameter (hanger is 15″ long)
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French Herb Wreath

Welcome guests into your fragrant foyer — no scented candles necessary. Creekside Farm’s dried herb wreath plays double duty as an ornament, both decorating and scenting your home. Six varieties of herbs are harvested, carefully dried and hand assembled to make a striking French-inspired adornment.

  • Made in: Monterey County California
  • Made of: Dried lavender, marjoram, sage, purple oregano, thyme, and bay
  • Size: Roughly 16″ in diameter
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Citrus Wreath

This decorative dried artisanal wreath is hand-crafted in California. It’s a beautiful circle made of spiral and willow eucalyptus, and adorned with dried slit oranges, and orange and lemon slices. Hang it in your foyer — it’s delicately fragrant. The scent of the eucalyptus is unusual, and is a great welcome to any guests. We also think it would look nice on a bedroom door or kitchen wall — the citrus will brighten up any space.

  • Made in: Monterey County California
  • Size: Roughly 18″ diameter

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