This fresh bay wreath if kept out of the sun will last through the holidays. Should it wilt, it could be spruced up with a can of gold paint for Christmas. This feather wreath can stand alone now and later it could be added to a fresh wreath base with wire for Christmas.
I have brown doors now so mine may have to find a home indoors this year. These gorgeous moss wreaths are pricey but will last for years. I have a similar one that hung on the door at the lakehouse for years, and then I added a few mini pumpkins and I hung it on my door in Salinas. You can see it in my post Natural Collected Fall Home Tour here. I think I will zhush it up and hang it on my side door this year. I may attempt to replicate this wreath if I can find the time.
Open-box products are often unused returns, or demo models from retail locations that just can’t be sold as “brand new” anymore. Some of the products may have never even been powered on, but have merely been removed from their packaging ring girl salary at some point. As a result, these products are heavily discounted even though you can expect them to function as if they were new. In Florida I am a little more limited in materials, but I did make magnolia wreaths one year.
I’m ready for a challenge, so will be looking around for more materials. I love wreaths – these are so pretty!!! The oyster one would be perfect for our house on the bay.
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