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Wreaths

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Rickrack Christmas Crafts

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Rickrack seems to shimmy and skip, its dips and points all but doing a dance. Add it to any surface, and expect a smile. You can weave it into decorative braids, gather it with needle and thread to fashion flowers, or stiffen it to create wreaths, holly clusters, and candy canes.
Materials
  • Rickrack
  • Embroidery scissors
  • Fabric glue
  • Iron
  • Thread
  • Floral pips
  • Corrugated cardboard
  • Pins
  • Small art brush
  • Fabric stiffener
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Halloween Silk Flower Wreath

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Holiday Carnation Wreath

Steps:3
Step aside, holly and mistletoe -- or at least make room for something new. The carnation is a surprisingly elegant and easygoing choice for holiday displays. This wreath of white flowers with burgundy-tipped edges offers a warm welcome.
Materials
  • 12-inch floral-foam wreath forms with plastic backing (12-inch for wreath)
  • Floral shears or scissors
  • Conditioned carnations, about 7 dozen
  • Glass ornaments with wire
  • Nails
  • 2 yards ribbon
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Succulent Wreath

Steps:5
This beautiful succulent wreath will last year-round.
Materials
  • Succulents (Martha used Aeonium, Crassula, Echeveria, Gasteria, Haworthia, Kalanchoe, Sedum, and Sempervivum), simplysucculents.com
  • Scissors
  • 12-inch wire wreath frame, topiaryartworks.com
  • Sphagnum moss, topiaryartworks.com
  • Moistened soil
  • Copper wire
  • Pencil or screwdriver
  • Floral pins
  • Fertilizer
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Vintage-Inspired Ornament

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White Christmas: Gumdrop Wreath

Steps:3
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Harvest Wreath

Steps:1
It may be too soon for boughs of holly, but now is just the moment for a crisp-as-fall wreath made with artfully layered dried cornhusks. We hung ours over an antique mirror using golden satin ribbon, secured at the top with tacks Small gourds, interspersed with candles and berries, complete the display.
Materials
  • 4 or 5 bags dried cornhusks (8 ounces each)
  • 18-inch straw wreath form
  • U-pins
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Electric Candles

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Wreath Hanger

Steps:5
Wreaths add flair to virtually any room, but hanging them on doors or armoires with nails or tacks can ruin the wood. Using decorative copper hangers that hook over your doors is one way to solve this problem.
Materials
  • 16-ounce 18-by-1-inch strip of copper, or 16-ounce copper sheet
  • Metal ruler (optional)
  • Utility knife (optional)
  • Brayer (optional)
  • Silicon-carbide sandpaper
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