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Making a Wreath by Susan Kramer

 

1. January 9, 2024 – This winter I’ve been making different size wreaths for outside holiday decorations and with bright berries for the birds to enjoy. I use willow branches from storm-fall from the nearby park, and ivy vines from my garden, mostly, twisting a couple together and then holding in place with a long length of green garden wire. So far these frames are between 1 foot and 2 feet in diameter. Next photo shows additions.

A wreath on a fence

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2. January 9, 2024 - This is a Christmas wreath for the front door. I stick greenery and berry branches into frame and hold them in place with garden wire as necessary. An azalea sitting in a pot on the step.

A wreath on a door

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3. January 9, 2024 – A closeup view of the greenery and rosehips in the above wreath.

A wreath on a door

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4. January 9, 2024 – This wreath is hanging indoors in the front picture window, circled with small cook-burning lights for the holidays.

 

A wreath with lights on it

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