Transform Nuts into a Star Wreath This nut-studded star wreath will add a punch of holiday cheer to your front door, as well as show holiday guests how to make Christmas wreaths with unusual materials. Wrap an 18-inch wire star wreath form with ribbon and hot-glue in place. Glue mixed nuts to the entire form in a random pattern, then glue fresh bay leaves around the perimeter of the wreath behind the nuts. Stars Wreaths, Christmas Wreaths, Christmas Holidays, Bays Leaves, Front Doors, Wreaths Ideas, Holidays Wreaths, Winter Wreaths, Diy Christmas
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