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  • How to make a wreath

    See how to make a holiday wreath. Make it as simple or as intricate as you like. Supplies you'll need: evergreen branches such as redwood, cedar, fire or juniper; berries, rose hips or other accents; a wreath form; scissors; pruners; thin wire; and green electrical tape.

See how to make a holiday wreath. Make it as simple or as intricate as you like. Supplies you'll need: evergreen branches such as redwood, cedar, fire or juniper; berries, rose hips or other accents; a wreath form; scissors; pruners; thin wire; and green electrical tape. Agnus Dei Farrant The Sacramento Bee
See how to make a holiday wreath. Make it as simple or as intricate as you like. Supplies you'll need: evergreen branches such as redwood, cedar, fire or juniper; berries, rose hips or other accents; a wreath form; scissors; pruners; thin wire; and green electrical tape. Agnus Dei Farrant The Sacramento Bee

Do this and your greenery will stay fresh and safe indoors

December 15, 2016 8:00 AM