How to make a wreath with a picture frame

Who says wreaths have to be reserved for the winter holidays? They can certainly be festive, but if you use the right materials, you can make a pretty wreath that works just as well for any other time of year as well.
This unique photo frame wreath is the perfect example of that. Light purple and green work well for spring, but you could swap out the flowers to suit the season. Check out the video tutorial and the instructions below to learn how to make your own.
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Materials
- Circular picture frame
- Faux leaves
- Floral wire
- Wire cutters
- Faux flowers
Instructions
1. Remove the glass and the backing from the photo frame. Flip over the frame so the front faces up.
2. Place the first sprig of faux leaves onto the frame. Use floral wire to attach it to the frame in several different places. Trim off excess floral wire and stems as needed.
3. Repeat step 2 until the photo frame is covered in greenery.
4. Decide where on the wreath you want to place flowers, and tuck them into the greenery.
5. Secure them to the frame with floral wire. Trim off any excess stem or wire.
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