What does the Christmas wreath symbolize?

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The Christmas wreath is usually associated with evergreen representing the growth and life everlasting. For the Christians, the thorns represents Jesus' thorny crown and the bright red represents the blood Jesus shed for mankind's redemption. The circular shape represents eternity.
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