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Full of Color Fresh Evergreen Christmas Wreath

Use bright ornaments, lights and a string of berries to create this colorful evergreen wreath for the Christmas season.

What You'll Need:

  • Fresh evergreen wreath
  • Vintage (or reproduction) large-bulb string of lights; beaded berries
  • Fine wire
  • Ornaments in multiple colors
  • Scissors
  • 2-1/2-inch-wide polka-dot ribbon
  • Spray snow

How to Make It:

  1. Wrap the lights around the wreath and secure with wire. Note: The lights are used for ornamentation only-they will not be lit.
  2. Wire the ornaments onto the wreath as desired. Tie a large bow with the polka-dot ribbon, and wire it to the top of the wreath. Spray lightly with snow. Let dry. Add a wire to the back for hanging.

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