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Create this frosty pinecone wreath by spray-painting each pinecone completely white; let dry. Lightly spray an evergreen wreath with white paint, allowing some of the green needles to show through. Let dry. Use hot glue to adhere the painted pinecones to the front of the wreath. Add a red velvet bow for a splash of holiday color.
Long pine needle cuttings and outdoor finds combine to make this simply elegant wreath. The center of the wreath is filled with natural green walnuts, pistachios, green Christmas balls, and pretty pinecones.
Display collectible ornaments on a narrow frame. Clip 3-inch-long pieces of various evergreens and wire them together in bunches of three. Wire the bunches to a purchased frame until it is covered. Add holly leaves and berries and artificial snowberries, wiring and gluing them in place. Wrap the wreath with loose loops of satin ribbon and hang the ornaments onto the wreath.
This wreath brings together some classic Christmas symbols like pears, berries, evergreens, and plaid ribbon to beautifully decorate any space. The wreath is formed from bittersweet vine with found natural elements tucked into the vine. We found cedar, blue juniper, pine, deep green yew, and pears. Use wire or hot glue to keep everything in place.
Gold holiday ornaments were attached in only one position on this wreath and in essence take the place of a bow. Around them, like shooting stars, sit swirls of metallic curling ribbon that can be wired in here and there.
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