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Welcome in Fall with Bittersweet Vines & Berries for your Front Porch

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This simple swag wreath took just minutes to make. All you need are a few bittersweet vines and berries and some twine. That's it! So simple, so sweet - bursting with autumn color! Bittersweet vines and berries are a warm welcome for any front door this fall.
Added note: Bittersweet stains very easily, so be careful when using them. I also learned that Bittersweet is very invasive and should be discarded in a sealed plastic bag. Here is a great article on Bittersweet, about it's beauty and invasive nature - http://www.yankeemagazine.com/home/garden/bittersweet-vine
  • welcome in fall with bittersweet vines amp berries, crafts, seasonal holiday decor, wreaths
  • welcome in fall with bittersweet vines amp berries, crafts, seasonal holiday decor, wreaths
  • welcome in fall with bittersweet vines amp berries, crafts, seasonal holiday decor, wreaths

To see more: http://www.sweetlittlebluebird.com/2012/09/the-best-autumn-gift-bittersweet.html

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  • Mary @ Sweet Little Bluebird

    Thank you s much, At The Picket Fence, Shirley and Angela!

  • Mary @ Sweet Little Bluebird

    Thank you, Melissa!!!

  • Pam Park
    Pam Park Cincinnati, OH

    can never find in in SW Ohio .... and I know it used to grow here... ?

  • Sandy
    Sandy Sterling Heights, MI

    Love bittersweet decor, very nice

  • Grace Gardiner Aquila

    unless it is American bittersweet, don't do it.... the Asian bittersweet is guilty of killing and overtaking our trees here in the east... insidious vine...

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