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Honor a favorite pastime with a playful wreath outfitted with dozens of fishing bobbers of various sizes.
This soft and cozy wreath is a quilter's delight and the perfect way to use up scraps from other holiday projects.
Teatime is the theme in this wreath dressed in red sheer ribbons. Teacups, teabags, and a container of cookies have been wired on to make a conversation starter for your hall. This is also a great way to give a themed gift without placing items in the usual gift basket.
This wreath is fun to make as a gift for a holiday newborn. Simply tie on tiny booties, toys, and baby bottles to decorate a wreath the new mom and dad will love.
We started our wreath with an 11-inch garden tractor tire; however, you can also make it on a wreath form painted black. Next, wire and hot-glue toy race cars and red ribbons to the base. Finish off the look with a black-and-white checkered bow.
Cookie cutters make wonderful wreath and tree decorations, yet they've been used here to make a sculptural wreath. Once the shapes are hot-glued or wired together, simply add a bow at the top and hang on a kitchen door.
The theme here is red accented with purple. The variety of sizes and textures -- from mottled to shiny -- give this wreath its personality. Using several sizes also makes it easier to cover the gaps and make a wreath that looks full and elegant.
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