|Your wreath makings can be simple or an assortment. Just make sure there's enough to |
pack it tight. If your wreath will be seen from both sides, you'll need enough to make it round.
|The first cluster gets wired on. I used 26 gauge wire. Alternate your|
clusters of greenery so that the entire form is covered, including the sides.
|Make a wire or twine loop at the top of your wreath. If you are unsure of where you want |
the top, you can save this step for later, but it's easier to add it earlier than later.
|This is how a pick should be fastened to make it wiggle-free, |
with a wire that loops back between the stem and the pick.
|Rather than a bow, I chose an ornament from|
my stash to be the centerpiece of this wreath.
The pewter bells on a silk cord are designed
to announce visitors arriving!