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How To: Make a Fall Wreath

By Blissfully Ever After on Oct 31, 2012
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First off, I must say Happy Halloween!!! I hope you and your families have a fun night full of little ghosts, goblins, princesses, super heroes, and oh…CANDY! Today, I want to share a tutorial with you on how to make a Fall wreath.


SUPPLIES NEEDED:


Dried twig wreath base {Hobby Lobby}
Faux dried floral stems {colors/style of your choice}
Faux or real dried leaves {Dollar Store or find outside}
Hot glue/Hot glue gun
Wire cutters



Here are the steps to follow….

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1.     Lay your dried twig wreath out on a solid surface

2.     Lay your dried floral stems out and figure out which ones you want to use…I arranged the color combination I thought would look good before cutting them all {in case I wanted to use them for another project}

3. Using your wire cutters, trim down the dried floral stems to your desired length

4. Insert your floral stems into the wreath {in no special pattern or style} until you achieve your desired look. You will also begin adding in your leaves at this time as well.

Tip: You may need to hot glue some of the stems and leaves into place



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