Give your entry a taste of summer in the cooler days of fall. Combine magnolia leaves (camellia or citrus leaves work, too) with dried rosebuds and other flowers. On a 24-inch grapevine, twig or wire wreath base, pack moistened sphagnum moss around the front and sides; wrap florist's wire once around the top. Make bouquets with a cluster of magnolia leaves, a couple of dried rosebuds and several springs of tea tree and German statice; pack some moss around the stems, secure with wire and lash to the base with a continuous length of wire. Repeat, adding bouquets around the base.
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