I decided that I need a new wreath for this year. So I began the fun part of thinking shape, colors, decorative picks or berries or pine cones, etc.…
I have a lot of Cedar pieces, therefore, they became my first inspiration. Then during my morning walks, I gather a lot of pine cones for the project, got home and baked them at 200 degrees over aluminum foil paper for about 15 to 20 minutes, to kill any pest that found home inside them and allow them to cool.
Finally, I went to my craft room and gathered some festive color picks. The fun part was about to begin, smile. This is a simple project. Just stick the twigs through the wooded wreath. Don’t try to be perfect, I like mine all over the place, the way nature is, smile.
Once all the Cedar is poked into the wreath, gather some of the berries and pinecones and glue them to the greens.
Next, just find a place to hang it and enjoy it. And remember, this is mostly a natural material wreath and is not intended to be put away for next year’s holiday season. Therefore, gather the decorating pieces and discard the greens once it is done for this season. Smile.
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