How to Make a Wreath Using Honey Locust Seed Pods


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If you want your wreath to be different, make one using honey locust seed pods. The seed pods on a honey locust tree are about 6 to 8 inches long and less than an inch wide. The outside covering is hard and dark brown and when you open this hard shell, you will find the seeds inside. Making a wreath using honey locust seed pods is a project that you can do with the entire family.Difficulty:Moderately EasyInstructions Things You'll Need
Assortment of branches
Clippers
Honey locust seed pods
Wire hanger
No. 24 floral wire
Hot glue gun
Toothpick
Assorted nuts (Optional)
Glitter spray paint

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