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We’；re not sure what Cara de Silva was doing reading？Garden and Gun， but we love the story she spotted on wreaths made in the South. There’；s a beauty made with tobacco leaves and a few sprigs of red berries， and another made from cotton plants： materials sourced from fields. It reminded us that a holiday wreath can be made from just about anything. Grapevinepersonalized wedding party gifts， which can be bought already wound into a wreath is lovely as is， and makes a fine round base into which to arrange all sorts of materials， from pine and holly to paper origami (It was the base of the cotton sprig wreath)：
Grapevine wreaths are available at craft and garden supply stores， as well as at Amazon. Here’；s one simply embellished with sprigs of pine and other winter greenery：burlap throw pillow covers
Wire also make’；s a good base for wreaths. Check out this？diy Peace Wreath made with a base of wire coat hangerss：
We admire the resourcefulness of this curiously minimalist wreath made with common home supplies： ？star cookie cutters clipped together with paper clips. Red twist ties or ribbon secure them and add a bit of color. How-to here.
via Garden and Gun &； Econesting &； Good Housekeeping
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How many creative weddings have you been too lately where all the?time is taken on the special details and yet they have a store bought guest book for?everyone to sign or wedding album for?everyone to flip through?? We say out with?the store bought, gold foiled books and?onto a handmade books that set the tone of the entire event.? You can make the pages removable so you can fill in a few at each event,?decorate?the front and the pages to?coordinate?with?the wedding, leave room for photos and notes and you will have the guests in awe. ?
Source:Martha Stewart Kids, Winter 2006