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  • P. Allen Smith's Garden Home

P. Allen Smith | 3 Ways to Decorate a Wreath | PBS

Duration: 01:34
Program: P. Allen Smith's Garden Home
Broadcast Date: Dec. 2, 2011

These days there are many ways to decorate for the holidays, but December just wouldn't be the same without the piney scent of good old fresh-cut wreaths. The fragrance is essential for setting the holiday mood in any home. P. Allen Smith's Holiday Collection of fresh greenery is pre-decorated and perfect for use inside the home and outdoors. And what makes this collection so special is you can add your own personal touches to make them your own. Here are three ideas to use a simple wreath through out your home. Using the wreath outside hanging in a window, you can simply add a few white snowflakes which fits in perfectly with the setting outdoors. Bringing the fresh greenery wreath indoors will not only scent the air with it's fantastic aroma, it also adds a touch of elegance to any end table. Replacing the snowflakes with cinnamon sticks, and adding a hurricane glass and candle to the center will also help distribute the holiday aroma through out the room. And for a fabulous focal point on the fireplace mantle, simply place the wreath on the mantle and add several white glass pine cone ornaments. These are just a few suggestions and ways to use a wreath made of fresh greenery This Christmas season pick up a few extra wreaths. You will be surprised how quickly you will ll find a use from them in your holiday decorating.



Post Date: December 2, 2011