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Workshop-goers make wreaths

Anna Bolton | Greene County News Sisters Missi Sanders and Nicki Walton work on their wreaths Nov. 28 during a DIY fresh wreath workshop at Tori Beth & Co. in Xenia. Along with hosting workshops, the business offers handmade and upcycled vintage-rustic home goods and gifts on its website at toribethandco.com, through Facebook: Tori Beth & Co. and in pop-up markets.

Anna Bolton | Greene County News Sisters Missi Sanders and Nicki Walton work on their wreaths Nov. 28 during a DIY fresh wreath workshop at Tori Beth & Co. in Xenia. Along with hosting workshops, the business offers handmade and upcycled vintage-rustic home goods and gifts on its website at toribethandco.com, through Facebook: Tori Beth & Co. and in pop-up markets.


Deloris Eakins, grandmother of business owner Tori Beth King, works on her holiday wreath.


Women twist evergreen branches, boxwood leaves, magnolia leaves and other greenery with floral wire to a metal wreath form during the workshop.


Anna Bolton | Greene County News

Sisters Missi Sanders and Nicki Walton work on their wreaths Nov. 28 during a DIY fresh wreath workshop at Tori Beth & Co. in Xenia. Along with hosting workshops, the business offers handmade and upcycled vintage-rustic home goods and gifts on its website at toribethandco.com, through Facebook: Tori Beth & Co. and in pop-up markets.

Deloris Eakins, grandmother of business owner Tori Beth King, works on her holiday wreath.

Women twist evergreen branches, boxwood leaves, magnolia leaves and other greenery with floral wire to a metal wreath form during the workshop.

Anna Bolton | Greene County News Sisters Missi Sanders and Nicki Walton work on their wreaths Nov. 28 during a DIY fresh wreath workshop at Tori Beth & Co. in Xenia. Along with hosting workshops, the business offers handmade and upcycled vintage-rustic home goods and gifts on its website at toribethandco.com, through Facebook: Tori Beth & Co. and in pop-up markets.
https://www.xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/32/2018/11/web1_WreathReaching.jpgAnna Bolton | Greene County News Sisters Missi Sanders and Nicki Walton work on their wreaths Nov. 28 during a DIY fresh wreath workshop at Tori Beth & Co. in Xenia. Along with hosting workshops, the business offers handmade and upcycled vintage-rustic home goods and gifts on its website at toribethandco.com, through Facebook: Tori Beth & Co. and in pop-up markets.

Deloris Eakins, grandmother of business owner Tori Beth King, works on her holiday wreath.
https://www.xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/32/2018/11/web1_TorisGrandma.jpgDeloris Eakins, grandmother of business owner Tori Beth King, works on her holiday wreath.

Women twist evergreen branches, boxwood leaves, magnolia leaves and other greenery with floral wire to a metal wreath form during the workshop.
https://www.xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/32/2018/11/web1_WomenWreaths.jpgWomen twist evergreen branches, boxwood leaves, magnolia leaves and other greenery with floral wire to a metal wreath form during the workshop.
Workshop-goers make wreaths