It's time for yet another wreath, because I couldn't very well leave a skull with bugs all over it up in November.
You will need:
- Raffia wrapped wire
- Fabric leaves (find these at any craft store)
- Hot glue gun
- Wire cutters
Braid these three together. This will give your wreath stability. Now, if you're tempted to just buy a foam wreath, don't! The hot glue gun will melt the Styrofoam, and it will be a big mess.
Connect the ends to form a circle.
Then, just glue your leaves on one at a time. I think it looks best if you mix up colors and directionality, but go with your gut!
And you're done! Totally doable :)
nice DIY wreath. Like that warm colors . :)ReplyDelete
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I like how simple and clean it looks! Very pretty!ReplyDelete
Thanks, Dani :)Delete
I´m agree with you with not leave a skull wreath all november LOL! this is a very pretty wreath, makes me want one...ReplyDelete
Haha :). Thank you Diana!Delete
Great DIY, so nice for fall!ReplyDelete
SO cute, you make the best wreaths!ReplyDelete
Thank you!! :)Delete