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How to make a traditional Christmas wreath

With Christmas approaching fast, the nights are drawing in and it is perhaps time to indulge in some festive activities. Here is how to make a traditional Christmas wreath - something you can do on your own or with your family and friends.


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You need:

You need:
  • Faux green wreath
  • Fake berries
  • Dried cinnamon sticks
  • Dried oranges
  • Gold ribbon
  • Large red bow
  • Glue gun
  • Florists wire

How:

How:
  1. You need to invest in a good faux green wreath base – this is the most traditional colour but you can decide on what look and design you prefer.
  2. The berries will most probably be attached together, so cut them off the garland and these can then be placed evenly around the wreath. They require no glue as they should slot in.
  3. Take your cinnamon sticks two at a time and tie together with the gold ribbon. Place on the wreath so you know where you want them before sticking on with the glue.
  4. Do the same with the oranges – place before sticking.
  5. Wire the large red bow in to place at the top of the wreath.
  6. Use a small piece of ribbon to hang your wreath in place.
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