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By Martha Stewart
Make a statement this holiday season and create a beautiful wreath to adorn your wall, mantel, window, or door.
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The nut-and-pinecone wreath, although the most traditional of the four, was made more special with an application of acorns and seed pods painted white, as well as gold and copper leaves meant for decorating ladies' hats.
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The trio of gold-leaf-sticker wreaths was made specifically to adorn a wide rectangular mirror in my daughter's house, and a generous satin ribbon bedecks the center wreath and pools on the mantel.
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The crystal wreath was by far the most time-consuming: Each sparkly faceted bead (we used inexpensive crystals from garlands found at a floral-supply store) was packed and securely pinned into a Styrofoam wreath form. It was made to hang in the center of a large mirror in my dining room.
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The green ribbon wreath was made in multiples -- one for each window in my green living room. I know I will be using them for years to come; they are so beautiful.