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On his way out the door this morning, Vogon mentioned there's a wreath among the holiday decorations that I'm welcome to hang up, but it's plain and I might like to decorate it. After dredging up childhood holiday decoration memories and a few quick Google searches later, I have come to a couple of conclusions:

0. I have no idea where the wreath is, but I found a beautiful quilted tree skirt in the hall closet.
1. 3" wide plaid ribbon will make a wonderful bow after I find the wreath.
2. There are a couple of sweet gum trees nearby with the prickly seed pods that my aunt uses dried and spray-painted silver or gold in wreaths, but I doubt the ones on the ground are dry and the ones still on the tree probably aren't either. Also, I have no metallic spray paint.
3. Once I locate both wreath and wire, I might wire a few plastic ball ornaments on because it can't possibly be tackier than some of the wreaths I've looked at online today.

ETA 1749: Vogon found the wreath. I was pleasantly surprised by how swank it is ("ice" on the ends of the needles and pre-lit), but I am so far all thumbs at bowmaking. I picked up a couple of the seed pods outside and they seem to be reasonably dry, but I'll check on the ones I bought in again tomorrow and see how dry they really are.

ETA 1327, 12/7: I posted a photo of the wreath and bow in a new post.

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vogonpoet
Dec. 3rd, 2004 08:40 am (UTC)
If you're really worried about how dry the seed pods are you could always put them in the oven at the lowest temp for a few hours.
oddharmonic
Dec. 3rd, 2004 03:02 pm (UTC)
I'm not particularly worried about them. If I don't paint them over the weekend I'll put them back outside.
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