How to Make a Fall Wreath

Making natural wreaths is a great way to bring life into your house in the fall.



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A collection of supplies for making fall wreaths.
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Grapevine
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Yarrow
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Sphagnum Moss
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Queen Anne's Lace
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Teasel
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Green Millet
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Place foraged flowers gently into a tin of silica gel to dry.
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The vines will be supple and manageable if soaked overnight.
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The finished product: A natural vine wreath with milkweed flowers.
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