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Make a Holiday Wreath

You probably have most of the supplies you need in your own backyard

Length: 1:20

Here's how to make a wreath out of natural elements that you can find outside in your garden or purchase at a craft store for just a few dollars. Evergreen wreaths will last for several weeks, depending upon the weather, but you can also use vines, ground covers, or anything else that suits your fancy.

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Produced by: Brandi Spade and Kate Geruntho Frank; Edited by: Cari Delahanty