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This year when selecting a wreath for your home, play with shape and materials to make your wreath more unique and stylish. Create an eye-catching focal point with this blossom wreath. It has color and texture with velvety, fabric petals. Using boxwood, magnolia or holly branches can update your look without changing your color scheme. This square boxwood wreath is simple and contemporary at the same time. You can also  go for a more natural look with this tree-shaped cedar bough and pine cone wreath.  This allows for Christmas decorating, but it will not over-shadow your home for those who believe less is more.

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  1. CleanStar says:

    I never thought about making a wreath in a different shape but round but since I have read this post and I have seen the pictures and how pretty those wreaths are I for sure will give it a try and will give my front entry a new and different look this year. Thanks for sharing this great idea.

  2. home decor guy says:

    definately a new way of thinking about wreaths

    home decor guy

  3. tonypulis0 says:

    Really its a great work. I think you guys are interior designer…. keep it up..

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