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Glitter Berry Wreath




  1. Step 1

    Cover three 24-inch plastic berry branches with silver spray paint; let dry. Working on 5-inch sections at a time, use a medium paintbrush to coat with craft glue, and then sprinkle with spoonfuls of powder glitter (we mixed pink and silver). Let dry. Repeat, using glass-shard glitter; let dry.

  2. Step 2

    With floral wire, attach each branch to wreath form, overlapping them. Attach an evergreen garland by tying it, at intervals, to the back of form, sliding floral wire between clusters of berries. Tie a satin bow and affix it to wreath's top center with floral wire (opposite). Hang on door using a flat thumbtack and looped monofilament.

Martha Stewart Living, Volume 145 December 2005



Reviews (3)

  • BeastsBeauty 1 Nov, 2008

    Every year I choose a color theme for my decorations. I love this idea because i can change the color of the ribbon and berries to match.

  • reema 22 Dec, 2007

    Its lovly. but Iwold aske how Ican garding on the roofe of the hous. andwhat the best plant togrow in it.

  • TLewis 14 Nov, 2007

    This was in the 2005 December Living magazine. I made glitter wreaths, and glitter poinsetta arrangements for gifts for all my family and they turned out beautifully and I thoroughly enjoyed making them. Thanks Martha, it was a big hit. I'm searching again for something unique and I found this again from 2005 so I thought I'd let the fan club know this is a good one if you are into crafts and homemade gifts.