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It was the perfect day for this project. My mom had gathered some clippings from some of her trees and we placed everything on her potting bench. Isn't the bench cute? I think I need one for myself now.
Here are the supplies we used:
- Grapevine wreaths
- Laurel Cypress Branches
- Cedar branches with juniper berries (my favorite)
- Various Holly branches and twigs
- Pine branches
You can use whatever you have access to. Magnolia leaves would look great too. If you have nice neighbors they might let you clip a few of your branches from their trees and bushes. Be sure to ask first though!
And here's how mine turned out!
Have you made wreaths from branch clippings before? What did you use?
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