You might like my tutorial on a silver and white wreath - https://chascrazycreations.com/deco-mesh-light-up-new-year-wreath/
It sounds like all you need is a wreath base to finish. Head to your local craft store and you will find them made of grapevines, straw, styrofoam, and wire. Pick the one you like best.
Sounds a great start -- as Ann said, check your local craft store or online, maybe even the dollar store, for the wreath base and fills-n's and you should be all set.
Ummmm, silver and turquouse sounds beautiful together and could be used as great accents to any base wreath of either pine boughs or grapevine, etc. as other's have suggested. Maybe locate some ornaments in a similar tone to add even more to your base wreath.
That sounds nice. Add a big turquoise Bow too. Enjoy!
Silver and turquoise make a lovely combination! With the sticks some silver painted pine cones might be a nice addition!
You could spray paint some pine cones in white and spray with adhesive and dust them with some silver glitter and add them to the wreath with a big bow.
Tie together several fresh boughs of long needled pine, add pine cones with silver glitter. Tie them with metal wire and use a bow to cover the metal wire. Stick in the teal and silver stick ornaments. Simple and tasteful.
You can add those to either a fresh or artificial greenery wreath and add a silver bow for a beautiful wreath.
Wow what a beautiful color combo. I would get an artificial wreath and add this along with greenery to make a beautiful and unusual Christmas wreath.
Perhaps use a spray adhesive on some pine cones and sprinkle some Epson Salts on them. They will sparkle like glitter without the mess. Either way you can spray hair spray on the finished product to hold everything in place. Happy Holidays.
sliver and turquoise are beautiful! Do you need to spray paint the wintery sticks to match? Then you can hot glue them to the wreath!
you could put tiny holes in them and use florist wire to mount them to the wreath or use a hot glue gun as well
Add anything silvery glittery!
You can add them to a simple green pine wreath with hot glue. I would cut them to the size you need and add a bow.