This Spring wreath made of wild Mulberry twigs, just beckons me to the upcoming warmer weather and my gardens. I cut the young branches from a tree stump on our property that we are trying to get rid of, but now I am having second thoughts! LOL! The young branches create a pretty delicate feathery effect.
I air-dried the wreath and decorated it with mauve, magenta, pink blush, and cream dried strawflower blossoms that I purchased. I also added sage green spent dragon flower seed pod stems that I collected from my gardens last Summer. The dragon flower stems were air-dried hanging in bunches on our back porch, then I preserved them with satin polyurethane. The entire wreath was sprayed with gloss varnish sealer.
My finished creation measures 19" by 20" and is 5 3/4" in depth. It is a pretty testament to the Spring and Summer season, although it may be displayed throughout the year. Hang indoors any way you desire, but do keep it out of direct sunlight to keep the flowers from fading. Add these pretty posies to your home decor and... WELCOME SPRING!
DRIED FLOWER CARE: Dried flowers should remain out of direct sunlight while you enjoy them, minimizing fading over time. Do not place dried flowers in the path of forced air heat registers, since this extremely dry air is very hard on dried flower structure and will cause shattering. Routine dusting can be accomplished using a real feather duster or hair blowdryer on the lowest cool setting. If cared for properly, this wreath will bring many years of enjoyment!
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