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  • Lindsay Hair Interiors

    Love mixing magnolia leaves into Christmas decor

  • Wanda Harrison

    Transform a plain evergreen wreath into a seasonal star by adding the rich browns of hazelnuts and magnolia leaves. A glue gun is the only tool you'll need. Use a 24-inch conifer wreath as the base. Then add hot glue to ends of the magnolia leaves and clusters of hazelnuts, and tuck them in between fir branches. (Photo: Photo: James Carrier; Stylist: Philippine Scali; Designer:)

  • Annette E

    LOOK - the magnolia leaves are inserted forward and BACKWARDS!!!! pine & magnolia wreath.

  • Jo Grant

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  • Melanie Wolfe

    Magnolia leaves, hazelnuts, fir tips all make for an unusual beautiful holiday wreath.

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