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Double-sided evergreen wreath

Posted by SusanM Z8bBCCanada (My Page) on
Thu, Nov 18, 04 at 22:23

Hi: I hope this is the right place to post this question. Could anyone please instruct me on how to make a double-sided evergreen wreath using a wire frame? The wire frame has three wires and the centre wire is raised above the outside and inside wires. The raised centre wire helps keep the wreath nice and mounded but if you reverse the frame, how do you fill the hollow now at the back. I can see how you could add to the inner and outer wires, but not how to fill the centre. Do you just make two wreaths and join them together? Any info. would be appreciated. Thanks. SusanM


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RE: Double-sided evergreen wreath

wiring two wreaths together back to back sure seems like the easiest way to do a double sided wreath. You'd be fighting the greens on the other side if you tried to do a reverse wreath; plus your wire would probably flatten out the greens on the back as well.


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