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How to Make a REAL Leaf Wreath This Fall.

I love Maple trees! They're so pretty and I look forward to this project every year.
First, gather all the maple leaves a bowl or bag can hold! Cut out a wreath shape from a piece of cardboard. Now all you need is a stapler.
Staple Staple Staple! Make sure to overlap and put way more than you think you need. As the leaves dry out they will shrink a bit and you'll need the extra to cover the cardboard completely.
Staple a piece of twine or string to the wreath so that you can hang it up.
To see more detailed instructions, please visit Thrift My House http://thriftmyhouse.blogspot.com/2014/10/how-to-make-real-leaf-wreath.html

Materials used for this project:

  • Leaves, cardboard, stapler

To see more: http://thriftmyhouse.blogspot.com/2014/10/how-to-make-real-leaf-wreath.html

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