Apple Pentacle Wreath

An Apple Pentacle Wreath is sweet smelling and inviting when left on your front door to welcome visitors!

Apple Pentacle Wreath

from Sacred Mists

Apples are a long-standing Samhain tradition, and you will LOVE this new take on an old Girlscout craft. Start with a 5 lb. bag of apples, a 6 inch grape vine wreath, some eucalyptus and raffia. Slice the fruit horizontally (so you see the Pentacle in the middle), dry them in a dehydrator (or keep an eye on them in the oven on the lowest temp setting. Hot glue them to the grapevine wreath, slightly overlapping. Fold apple slices in half and roll them to create “roses”. Hot glue the roses to the wreath with 3 sprigs of eucalyptus and/or rosemary. Add a hangar and a raffia bow with cinnamon sticks tied in the middle…makes a wonderful smelling gift or wreath for your door through the holidays!


Posted on October 30, 2012, in Wicca and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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