Advent wreath, or Advent crown: symbolizes the passage of the four weeks of Advent. This type of wreath usually lays horizontally on a table top and contains four to five candles.
Funeral and memorial wreaths: The circle shape of a wreath is said to represent the circle of eternal life. Since ancient times, evergreen wreaths have been placed at burial sites to represent victory of the eternal spirit over death.
Maypole or May Day wreaths: are included in England's Maypole festivities when young bachelors race to climb the maypole to capture the coronet headdress perched on top of the pole. The winner wears this wreath as a crown for the entire length of the holiday celebration.
Applications for these patterns could include:
Frame: Frame a favorite photo for a friend.
Decals: Print on window decal sheets...
Foam: Trace onto colorful foam sheets to mix and match colors and shapes.
Cloth: Trace the designs onto tee shirts to create fun baby doll decorations with puffy paint and glitter.
Felt: Make filled puffy cloth pillows or window ornaments
Celluclay: Paper mache tree ornaments
Wood: Scroll saw enthusiast's dream patterns
Magnets: Print on magnet sheets for refrigerator magnets
Paper: Print and color with markers, crayons, water colors, chalk, colored pencil...
Stencils: Decorating the baby's room or use as patterns for sewing projects; embroidery and needle point.