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  • Barb Przybysz

    Old Wood Wagon Wheel...re-purposed into a rustic "wreath" for the holidays with pine berries. You could change it out for each season/holiday with different embellishments.

  • Lynda Jasso

    Great idea! Wagon wheel wreath.

  • Julie Krakowski

    pretty wagon wheel Christmas decor

  • Mandy Sturgeon

    Old Wood Wagon Wheel...re-purposed into a primitive "wreath" with pine berries.

  • Jen💋

    Wagon wheel decorated for Christmas... love!

  • Janice Christensen Garcia

    Rustic Christmas wreath idea using a wooden wheel from Junk Market Style

  • Cindy Scott

    Wagon wheel decorated for Christmas... great for a rustic cabin or primitive decorating

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