How to Create a Simple Sage Wreath12:49:00 PM
This wreath started out in my garden.
A pot full of perennial sage.
I cut down a handful of boughs and gathered my supplies.
A clipper for the thicker stems, green floral wire, and a metal wreath form.
I began by wiring small bunches of sage to the wire wreath form and continued all the way around the form.
The smell in the room is fabulous!
When you've gone all the way around the wreath form, you're finished!
The sage wreath is ready to hang.
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I'm hoping the wreath dries so it will continue to look beautiful but if not it is easy to take apart and redo in the same way with evergreen for the next holiday.
The room smells great and the wreath looks beautiful!
Here is all you need to create your own wreath...
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