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For the wreath used in heraldry, see torse.

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Picture Frame Memory Wreath

Great gift for the grandparents! Or just as a family memento!

Contributed by Tess Chaffin

We DIY wreath is based on the children's favorite book, The Snowy Day by Ezra Jack Keats. It was fun to make and looks beautiful.

Contributed by Millie Beshore Cardwell

DIY - Christmas Wreath

Use some clothespins and your favorite photos or Christmas cards to make your own Christmas wreath!

Contributed by Brittany Galdeano

DIY Wrealth

Great idea! Not much required ;)

Contributed by Johanna L Garcia

Jean Wreath

Create a wreath from your old jeans!

Contributed by Rochelle Warren

Cute wreath, with a DIY on how to create it.

Contributed by Brianna Kay Colbert

Cupcake Wreath

Yummy wreath

Contributed by Lily Wangler

A little more on the creative side

Contributed by Evangeline Nguyen

Rice Krispie Treat Wreath

Contributed by Rochelle Warren

DIY Peace Wreath

For a wreath that can last through the holidays and bring on the nostalgia of New Years, there's the peace wreath. Covered in pictures of your favorite memories, it's sure to bring a smile. Here's a link with directions.

Contributed by Lily Wangler

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