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By request, I decided to show an easy fall wreath.  This wreath requires a 10" wreath, 1- 8" fall candle ring, 1 - 4" fall candle ring, small group of wheat and 2 yards of open weave ribbon.  (You can substitute the ribbon)
  
Cut the 8" candle ring next to the apple and lay out in a "L' shape on the wreath.  If you notice, one piece of fruit is hanging off the side to give movement.  The 4" candle ring, remains in a circle and laid next to the apple on larger candle ring.  To hold together, twist the apples together to appear to be one piece.  Some leaves have been pressed down and others pulled up to give depth.  I have also allowed fruit from 4" ring to hang down.  Put two wires to hold rings in place on wreath and twist wire in the back.
  

Take a group of wheat, wire together in middle and attach to wreath next to apples.  I pointed the wheat towards the hanging fruit in order to draw your eyes in that direction.  Make a simple bow (here I used open weave ribbon) and attach with wire around wheat and wreath.  This is maybe a 15 minute project and yet has a great look.

  

A garland would also work instead of candle rings, just remember to loop the bottom of garland in circle on lower part of wreath.  If you are having trouble with bows, click here to get easy instructions.   

  
  
  
  

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