Making Classic Wreaths: Designing & Creating for All Seasons

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Sterling Publishing Company, Inc., 2004 - Crafts & Hobbies - 128 pages
These wonderful wreaths go far beyond Christmas decorations. Crafted from pinecones, seashells, autumn leaves, berries, pumpkins, and even styrofoam, they add a beautiful touch to any room all year long. They’re easy to make, too, especially with instructions that carefully outline the basic supplies and show how to make an attractive bow, wire items to the wreath, work with dried materials, enhance pre-made wreaths, and much more. Fashion a lovely seasonal wreath from spring pussy willows and forsythia. Just for fun, use recycled toys on a wreath or “wreath around the clock.” Wish someone a happy birthday with a wreath adorned with party horns, sweets and bright ribbon. One “seedy” wreath is for the birds. They’re all creative, unique, and fun to make.

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My mother loves to make original wreaths out of her home and is always coming up with creative ideas but this book gave her a hundred more ideas! Its great because it shows what materials are needed how to assemble it levels of difficulty and pictures. Read full review

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If possible I'd like to speak to Mr. Ed Smith..or someone that can tell where to get the lemons for the wreath on page 38. If you are a vendor, or have a suggestion as to where I could get them..I would like to know...I've tried all the usual routes..eBay, etc. and cannot find more than 1 or 2 for sale at a time...once in a while I come cross a bag that may have 10 or so in need alot to make this ANY help out there would be appreciated.
my email is Thank you for listening.
sherry elston


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