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I have a pile of leaves the kids and I pressed and then dipped in beeswax.  I thought they'd make a beautiful wreath and tried laying them out just on the counter.  It looks wonderful, but now I need to figure out how to put it together.  I've got enough for a 15" diameter circle.  I was thinking of cutting out a similarly sized wheel of cardboard, but then I'm not sure how to affix them to the cardboard for hanging.  Obviously it needs to be something that can adhere to the beeswax on the back of the leaves.

 

I'd like to get it ready for a gift, so TIA for your help.

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