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  • Steffanie Bellrose

    Spray paint a branch wreath a bright modern color. - The dollar store has a ton of these. LOVE! I want w fun everyday wreath. This is great

  • Erika Johnson

    Spray paint a branch wreath a bright modern color. Why did I toss out all those old grapevine wreaths????

  • Brent Knott

    Just spray paint a dollar store branch wreath a bright modern color...makes a huge difference for little cost! I LOVE spray paint, never would've thought to spray paint a grape vine wreath. Love this.

  • Janean Parsons

    Spray paint a branch wreath a bright modern color - love this color, it would look awesome on my front door!

  • Anna Boroff

    Spray paint a branch wreath a bright modern color. Don't live the black accents but love the bright colored wreath!

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