This is the first wreath I've seen on here that I actually like.

Egg Wreath with Moss and Feathers

Gisela Graham Easter egg wreath with moss and feathers *1st Class P&P

This is the first wreath I've seen on here that I actually like. Egg Wreath with Moss and Feathers

A decorative wreath on the front door is a fun way to celebrate the different seasons and holidays throughout the year, but it can get expensive and time-consuming to have a separate wreath for each occasion. (Not to mention the storage issue!) We’ve created an easy and inexpensive way for you keep it fun and fresh all year long!

Make One Wreath for All Seasons

A decorative wreath on the front door is a fun way to celebrate the different seasons and holidays throughout the year, but it can get expensive and time-consuming to have a separate wreath for each occasion. (Not to mention the storage issue!) We’ve created an easy and inexpensive way for you keep it fun and fresh all year long!

Bunny Wreath Easter Swag Spring Wreath Rustic by BaBamWreaths

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PINECONE GLORY
 	 Enlarge and enliven a pinecone wreath by tucking in pomegranates, tropical seedpods, poppy seed heads, gourds, eucalyptus leaves, and sprigs of euphorbia and berries. The crafts store will have lots of options to dress up the pinecone wreath—use your imagination. Use a hot-glue gun to add the embellishments.

PINECONE GLORY Enlarge and enliven a pinecone wreath by tucking in pomegranates, tropical seedpods, poppy seed heads, gourds, eucalyptus leaves, and sprigs of euphorbia and berries. The crafts store will have lots of options to dress up the pinecone wreath—use your imagination. Use a hot-glue gun to add the embellishments.

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