When it comes to wreaths, there's no such thing as "too big."
This minimalist display is a nod to vineyard style without being too on-the-nose. Succulent embellishments add a modern natural accent.
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You'd never know that a bright hula hoop is the base for this frilly piece (and you might not be quick to recognize the coffee filter petals, either).
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Hung staggered in the trees, a group of hula hoops wrapped in silk flowers makes for a festive photo-op backdrop.
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Pretty vintage trays shouldn't be stashed in a drawer. With this layered display, you can admire all of the pieces at once.
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Skip the size constraints of a wreath form, and tie evergreen branches together with wire to create a piece that's nearly larger than life.
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Two pool noodles are better (and bigger!) than one when it comes to wreath-making. The oversized design offers room for a full rainbow of baubles.
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This '60s-style symbol might be giant, but using natural materials (instead of, say, tie-dye) keeps the vibe understated.
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This crafter tripled up on hula hoops to celebrate summer in a big, big way.
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