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floral foam, heavy cardboard, wadded up chicken wire, light weight ( 1/4 ) plywood, scrap paneling, wire or straw wreath forms tied together in a figure 8 --- and a wire at the top to hang ...
That depends. What material are you using to make the swag?
I would use foam. It's light weight and gives lots of options for the complete form. Also, it's affordable and has no expiration date. Wishing you all the best.
Here is one tutorial that may help: https://www.hometalk.com/diy/craft/wreaths/luxurious-fall-swag-for-your-front-door-31397322
Luxurious Fall Swag for Your Front Door