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  • Mallary Morris

    martha stewart fall wreath

  • TRIO Environments

    Beautiful wheat and feather wreath! #falldecor #thanksgiving

  • Margaret Doskey

    handmade feather wreath for fall decor

  • BJ Riordan

    Golden Feather Wreath: The harvest theme takes on new dimensions when executed in unexpected colors and materials. Turkey quill feathers and magnolia leaves, colored on one side with floral spray, are mixed with stalks of wheat to create a stunning wreath. The feathers reappear as gold imprints on pillar candles, which are paired with faux-bois versions in a rich green and gold. Quinces, a nest of golden eggs, and more gilded magnolia leaves continue the unusual color scheme. Below, the modern table setting picks up the palette with chartreuse place mats on a bleached-oak table, contrasted with matte white plates and Venetian glass tumblers. The feather motif is repeated on the napkin and the place card. Twig breadsticks and a butter pat etched with a faux-bois pattern further the natural references. Golden Harvest Wreath How-To: This 22-inch wreath form was decorated with about 90 magnolia leaves, 150 wheat stems, and 25 feathers. If you can't find magnolia leaves, use any other sturdy, broad leaf. This wreath can last for several years: After the holidays, place it, front side up, in a flat box cushioned with tissue paper. Keep it in a cool, dry place. If a few of the magnolia leaves look tired when you unpack it, replace them with freshly painted ones. Tools And Materials: Floral spray in brilliant gold White feathers, Magnolia leaves, 24-gauge gold wire, Gardening shears, Wheat stems, 22-inch wire wreath form, Hot-glue gun. 1. On a clean, dry surface protected by paper in a well-ventilated area, spray the feathers and the top sides of the magnolia leaves gold. Let dry. 2. Bundle 3 leaves with a small piece of wire; snip end. Bundle 5 wheat stems with wire, and snip end. Repeat with the remaining leaves and stems. Wrap the bundles to the wreath form with a single piece of wire, alternating and overlapping bundles of leaves and stems. Keep them tight and close together. 3. Once the wreath form is covered, insert the feathers at equal intervals. Glue in place.

  • Heather Reisinger

    Golden Feather Crafts - Martha Stewart Thanksgiving. BEAUTIFUL WREATH

  • Erin

    Fall mantle with feather wreath and candles

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