A Thanksgiving wreath
Howard L. Puckett, Stylist: Rebecca Hawkins

Thanksgiving Wreath

Rich ribbon and a decorative pheasant set an autumnal tone for your guests. Glittering faux fruit and leaves from a florist add sparkle for a polished look.


A Christmas wreath
Howard L. Puckett, Stylist: Rebecca Hawkins

Christmas Wreath

Spray-paint the wreath a vivid green and add a festive bow. Wire assorted glass ball ornaments to the wreath for a festive look.


A New Year's wreath
Howard L. Puckett, Stylist: Rebecca Hawkins

New Year's Wreath

Remove the bow and glass balls and add in fun trinkets from your local party store. Colorful party glasses and brightly hued metallic branches get guests in the mood to celebrate.


A shopping list for wreaths
Howard L. Puckett, Stylist: Rebecca Hawkins

Wreath Shopping List

•2 (24-inch) vine wreaths
•2 yards (ribbon to hang wreath for each holiday, depending on height of your door, plus extra to weave through wreath)
•10 sparkly fruit pieces
•6 branches of sparkly foliage
•2 ornamental birds
•4 cans spray paint
•2 yards ribbon (for large Christmas bow)
•2 boxes assorted glass ball ornaments
•Florist’s wire
•3 packages plastic cocktail glass favors
•8 sprays colorful metallic bristles


Printed From:
http://www.myhomeideas.com/holidays/decorating/1-wreath-3-holidays