This is the base for this year's Sweet Annie Autumn wreath. I'll add more berries and herbs as they are ready to harvest from my yard.
Until then, Sweet Annie can hang out with the dragonfly and copper bird feeder I got at the Sugarloaf Craft Festival several years before I moved to Baltimore.
Complete instructions for harvesting and creating your own Sweet Annie - or other herbal wreath base - are below in posts from two years ago. Harvesting Sweet Annie and making herbal wreaths is an annual event
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Mikell is a writer, artist and professional treasure hunter, finding the greatest treasures in the wonderful people who enter her life!