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  • Olivia P

    Christmas Wreath for the front door

  • Jessica Rushing

    Design a door that shouts “Glad tidings!” Glue berries, pinecones and dried flowers onto a handsome evergreen wreath. Sew simple sheers—a favorite Swedish accoutrement—and suspend the wreath in front from a rod draped with greens clipped from the backyard along with artificial berries and flowers. Read more: Holiday Decorating Ideas at WomansDay.Com- Holiday Tips - Woman's Day

  • Theresa Woodard

    Wreath with berries, pinecones & dried flowers. the country Christmas look!!

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by Sweet Something Design [Love the Dusty Miller or Wormwood branches, naturally white, as though frosted. Drying some early for this year's wreath! wsh]

pinecones and berries by lucia and mapp, via Flickr

A beautiful wreath made from assorted greenery and adorned with orange berries and evergreen cones.| Flickr - Photo Sharing!

For CJ's room: What a beautiful wreath! I bought a tinsel wreath from the dollar section at Target a few years ago and never used it. I will have to do this!

Planning to use this color combination for my silver tinsel tree ... my dilemma is solved!

Wreath from sweetsomethingdesign (Etsy) Love the red bells and sticks on the wreath and that is is hung atop a frame.

Now, I've seen my share of pinecone wreaths... but I found this one to be particularly beautiful and delicate. Maybe its because of the smaller pinecones?

I'm liking the rusty jingle bells with gingham check burlap bow on this evergreen wreath. I think it evokes a less hurried, country kind of Christmas. Sweet!

Here's another example where red is used dramatically and to great effect.  The thing about red (especially a bright red) is that it works best when it doesn't have to compete with the background.  A red bow on a green wreath is nice, but look how amazing this red looks against the white.

basic wreath with added with magnolia, pine cones and burlap/satin bows