Combine subtle, natural additions with the green of a Christmas wreath for a woodsy look.
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On a flat surface, loosely arrange the ornaments in a circle how they’ll be arranged on the wreath.
Rather than a bow, we gathered a cluster of fabric flower picks as the focus for this wreath.
Tie one end of the jute ribbon to the back of the wreath and loosely wrap the strands around the wreath. After the final wrap, tie the other end of the ribbon to the back.
Using floral wire, fasten the flowers to the bottom of the wreath along one side.
Use wire to fasten the antler picks in loose clusters. Some should extend a few inches past the outer circle of the wreath.
As space allows, add the berry and pinecone picks.
To hang the finished wreath, wrap two pieces of wire in a loop with the ends together. Twist the ends and wrap them around the wire frame of the wreath at the top.