Frosty Handmade Wreath

12 Dec

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For a natural looking wreath that looks like it may have been cut from the garden or yard, I find it more economical to purchase a silk garland or plant and make my own, versus starting with a pre-made wreath.  This wreath began as frosted wired branches connected to one stem.

A Frosty Wreath

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I cut the branches and wove them together to form an oval.

Merry Christmas Boxwood Wreath Close Up

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Berries glittering with “ice” were cut from another plant and joined to the wreath by their wires.

Berries Glitter With "Ice" on the Wreath

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A berry-colored sheer hanging ribbon finished it off.  It cost about $20 to make and took about 15 minutes.

A Frosty Holiday Wreath

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