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Sunflower heads/seeds in a wreath

Posted by mjowest (My Page) on
Fri, Aug 26, 11 at 19:04

has anyone ever made a wreath, using the dried head of a sunflower?

I have some MONSTER sunflowers this year, and am thinking of putting them in the middle of a grapevine wreath, with broom corn around it...

the only photos I've found have multiple heads on a grapevine, but I won't be needing more than one per wreath!


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RE: Sunflower heads/seeds in a wreath

As they dry, the petals and seeds will drop off. What is left is kind of interesting, but looks completely diffeent.


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RE: Sunflower heads/seeds in a wreath

google the words Sunflower wreath
Then look at google images. that is how I found the 2 here.

Here is one:

http://tlc.howstuffworks.com/family/easy-indoor-crafts4.htm

But I saved the hot link below for my favorite:

Here is a link that might be useful: Sunflower wreath


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