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  5 Push the second piece in, and it will lock in place. Keep adding more pieces by inserting them into
the open pocket of the previous piece, working your way clockwise. The point on the first piece will be inserted into the eighth piece to com- plete the wreath. Adjust the pieces as needed to lock in place.
7 Embellish the wreath by gluing on sequins, beads, enamel dots,
small shells, glitter glue or other decorations.
6 If making an ornament, use the 1/8-inch hole punch to make a
tiny hole at one point. Thread thin cording or ribbon through the hole and knot to hang.
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        8 There are many uses for your ori- gami wreath. Add it to the front of a card or tag, add a photo to the center
or layer several together to make a wreath.
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