How to Make a Rectangular Rustic Fall Wreath
This simple and sophisticated wreath brings a natural element to holiday decor. Its versatility allows you to hang it on a door or use it flat on a table as a centerpiece.
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Tie On Twine
Cut a length of twine approximately 20 inches long. Thread twine underneath large elements of wreath and knot where both halves meet. Make sure twine is centered, so wreath will hang straight. Use twine to hang wreath. Tip: Using neutral colors and natural elements makes this wreath versatile. Add oranges, pomegranate and silver bells during winter; eggs, small artificial birds and pastel ribbon in spring; and use seashells in summer.
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