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Fall Leaf Front Door Wreath

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"One of the floral crafts I love creating is wreaths. As far as home decorations are concerned you can never have enough wreaths. They're just so much fun to work with and so versatile. This year I decided I wanted to create a fall wreath for my front door. The challenge with creating a wreath for my front door is I only have a 3" clearance between the front door and the storm door as you can see in the picture above. So, it couldn't just be any type of wreath. I had bought a straw wreath many years ago that was actually 3" deep and 14" around that I thought would be perfect. I thought it might work so I started making my wreath. As I was going along I thought, perhaps I should have tried the wreath on the front door before I started making it. Nah! It would fit. So, I continued with my fingers crossed. As I was going along I decided to cover the straw wreath with ribbon and velvet leaves, which wouldn't increase the depth of the wreath and to place the silk florals inside the inner circle of the wreath, which also wouldn't interfere with the depth. When the wreath was done I brought it upstairs and, with my fingers crossed, tried it. Luckily for me it just fit. I was so pleased with the way my wreath came out so I thought you might enjoy a step-by-step tutorial of how I made my wreath."

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