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Winter Eucalyptus Wreath
The invigorating fragrance of eucalyptus makes this wreath an aromatic delight for the December holidays; you might even want to hang it inside your front door, instead of the outside, to enjoy the fragrance better. In a smaller version this wreath would also make a lovely centerpiece for your holiday dinner table, especially if you set a bowl of fruit and nuts inside it.

16"- diameter wire ring base
green reel (rose) wire
wire scissors
hot-glue gun (low temperature) & glue sticks
pruning sheers
5 eucalyptus branches, about 30" tall
2 handfuls dried Pyracanthus berries on branches
8 walnuts (in the shell)
8 almonds (in the shell)
8-16 short cinnamon sticks

1.   Cut branches of eucalyptus into five-inch pieces using pruning sheers.
2.   Using wire scissors, cut pieces of wire and attach the branches individually onto the wire ring base.
3.   Using the hot-glue gun and/or glue sticks, glue the cinnamon sticks first, using them to indicate where you want to place your clusters.
4.   Glue the nuts around each cinnamon stick.
5.   Cut the pyracanthus berries into stems about two inches long and wire them into small bunches. Glue the berries onto the leaves.

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