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7 file(s) - Uploaded by: EnchantedRoseSt...
Created: Dec 12, 2009 | Flag
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Assortment of Ornament in various sizes using clear, white, gold
White Poinsettia with faux pearl centers
Faux Pearl Sprays
Using some vintage and newer ornaments, I replaced their ends with wire; I hot glued the wire and then covered it with white floral tape. Then wired them into place.
I tore apart the strands of faux pearls from the cluster and wired the single strands faux pearls onto the branches.
I added the Santa Head Focal to the center.
I take the extra time to wire in the ornaments so I can easily replace any broken ones, or change the wreath with a different arrangement.
More how to instructions can be found at www.enchantedrosestudio.blogspot.com
6 file(s) - Uploaded by: recaptured charm
Created: Mar 2, 2011 | Flag
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Styrofoam balls covered with different yarns and fixed to a wire wreath give this holiday wreath a special warmth.
5 file(s) - Uploaded by: sassy_gal2
Created: Apr 27, 2011 | Flag
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What a lovely way to decorate your walls for spring. It is colorful and at night it casts a shadow on the wall when it over a lamp. It was quite easy to do.
The wreath consists of wire that was bend to a 12' round circle. Then several colors of pipe cleaners were wrapped around the wire until no wire was shown.
The paper flowers were made from a template of a cardboard flower that I had. I used a daisy template and cut several different colors of paper. I layered 3 petals for each flower, different colors for each. I hole punched in the middle of each petal. Bent a pipe cleaner and thread a pony bead to the halfway. I pushed both ends of the pipe cleaner through all of the 3 petals, make loops for the leaves and the stems. I made about 20 flowers. You don't have to bunch them, scattered them. With the end of each flower twist them around the wire. No glue was used for this wreath.
3 file(s) - Uploaded by: thegatheringplac...
Created: Nov 17, 2009 | Flag
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Total Ratings: 3
Easy and Inexpensive way to make a unique and decorative wreath hanger. View full tutorial at www.thegatheringplacedesign.blogspot.com
4 file(s) - Uploaded by: HGliv2design
Created: Nov 22, 2008 | Flag
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I created this wreath with a variety of glittery foilage gold wire rimmed ribbon a velvet magnolia and berry sprays. There are so many little elements that make up this wreath. Measures approximately 24".This and other wreaths of mine can be purchased at SunriseWay.Etsy.com
2 file(s) - Uploaded by: HGliv2design
Created: Nov 19, 2008 | Flag
Total Views: 186
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Designed with a burgandy/red color scheme made up of velvet poinsettasberry sprays a variety of bulb ornaments (plastic so you wont have to worry about them breaking in storage ribbon and glittered foilage. A wonderful little bear figurine is placed towards the center. Measures approximately 24" in diameter. This and other wreaths I have made are for sale on my website at :SunriseWay.etsy.comAll of my wreaths are custom designed one-of-a-kind high quality and very sturdy.