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How to Make a Fruit-Filled Ice Wreath

Celebrate winter and the holiday season with a frozen fruit-filled wreath. All you need are an assortment of natural materials, a Bundt cake pan and a freezer.

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Make a Winter Ice Wreath

Try a new kind of holiday wreath this year. Use all-natural materials found around the kitchen and yard to form an icy decorative element for an outdoor space. To make this wreath you'll need: a Bundt cake pan; tree cuttings; berries; pine fronds; dried flowers; ribbon; a freezer; water; a penny nail; and a hammer.

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