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One rosemary wreath place holder on a festive dinner table

Rosemary wreath place holders

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  • Preparation and cooking time
    • Prep:
  • Easy
  • Makes 6

Adorn your Christmas dinner table with these pretty rosemary wreath place holders for your guests. As well as looking festive, they smell lovely too



  • pen or marker
  • 6 small pieces of card (about 5 x 1.5cm)
  • hole punch or scissors
  • 6 x 20-30cm pieces of string or ribbon
  • 6 x 25cm-long rosemary stalks (this size will make 6cm wreaths)


  • STEP 1

    Write your guests’ names on the cards, then use a hole punch or scissors to punch a hole in one side of the cards. Thread the name cards onto pieces of string or ribbon.

  • STEP 2

    Bend the rosemary stalks into circles, then use more string or ribbon to secure them and make wreaths. Arrange the name tags on top of the wreaths so they’re visible, then tie to the stalks, securing in a bow. Set out on your dining table up to 2 hrs before serving the meal.

Recipe from Homemade Christmas, December 2020

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