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Wreaths

Explore 91 projects, 24 articles, 10 galleries, 61 videos, and more

Boxwood Wreath Centerpiece

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Bow How-Tos

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Constructing the Velvet Leaf Wreath and Velvet Covered Acorns

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Golden Harvest Wreath

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Thanksgiving
The harvest theme takes on new dimensions when executed in unexpected colors and materials. Turkey quill feathers and magnolia leaves, colored on one side with floral spray, are mixed with stalks of wheat to create a stunning wreath.
Materials
  • Floral spray in brilliant gold White feathers
  • Magnolia leaves
  • 24-gauge gold wire
  • Gardening shears
  • Wheat stems
  • 22-inch wire wreath form
  • Hot-glue gun
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Fragrant Wreathes

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Christmas
Fill your home with the sweet smell of bay laurel (or rosemary) with this easy-to-make wreath. And when the holidays are over, don't throw it away: Be sure to wash the wreath well right after you make it so you can remove the dried herbs from the wire frame later for use in cooking.
Materials
  • Clippings of bay laurel or rosemary
  • Wire cutters
  • Clear hair bands
  • 10-inch double-ring wire form
  • 26 gauge green floral wire
  • Pre-cut rose hip and eucalyptus sprays
  • Bow
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Wreaths with Hannah Milman

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Cranberry Bead Wreath

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A fresh cranberry wreath will last just one Christmas, but this beaded version can be used year after year.
Materials
  • 8-inch tubular Styrofoam wreath form
  • Red nail polish
  • Red seam binding
  • Red druk beads in 6mm, 8mm, 10mm, and 12mm sizes (we used approximately 200 of each size)
  • Flat-head straight pins (one for each bead)
  • White craft glue
  • Styrofoam strip
  • 2 yards of red satin ribbon
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Autumnal Wreath

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Noble Fir and Eucalyptus Wreath

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Classical Column Window Frame

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Use this beautiful greenery from the set of "The Martha Stewart Show" to frame the windows in your home for the holidays.
Materials
  • 10-inch concrete form
  • Scissors
  • Saw
  • "Vinz 1-2-3" shellac-based primer
  • Two pieces of 1-by-3-inch lumber
  • L-bracket and screws
  • Seeded eucalyptus laurel and dried bay leaves
  • Hot-glue gun
  • Glue sticks
  • Hill green color floral spray paint
  • Metallic Champagne silver spray paint
  • Silver glitter spray paint
  • Ivory velvet ribbon
  • Finishing nails
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