See how Suzanne Dimma and Emblem florist Todd Caldwell make a wreath using boxwood, pine and ornaments.
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In This Episode
Set a beautiful table with ideas from entertaining expert Dave Libbey, who shows how to select and fold napkins for special occasions in the home of Lynda Reeves. Find out which 5 kitchen tools Claire Tansey considers essential for home cooks. Plus, see how Suzanne Dimma and florist Todd Caldwell make a festive wreath using boxwood, pine and ornaments.
Emblem, 390 Dupont Street, Toronto, 416-972-9878
The materials used for this project include a grapevine wreath form, boxwood, white pine, spool wire, pinecones and ribbon. You can find these items at most garden centres and craft supply stores.