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Some items you will find helpful.
Any kind of thin wire will do.
I used old saved twist ties hidden artfully.
Heavy duty clear glue
try clear gorilla glue or I try to keep E600 on hand.
I found mine in the floral crafts isle at Walmart.
You can find elements in the floral section of your nearest craft store. Don't stop there! Elements are everywhere. You can literally find inspiration for wreaths any place. Look around the ornaments sections in your favorite stores, kitchen accessories, novelty toys, online printables,
A good place to start is a theme. This will help you focus on what to add to your wreath and what to pitch. Try just setting the items on top of your wreath to test out placement. When everything is where you want it grab those materials we discussed and start gluing and wiring everything in place.
Now take the time to be a bit indulgent and bask in the glow of a job well done. Imagine the ohhh's and aaah's of the raving fans of
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Save some cash by Using those Joann's and Hobby Lobby coupons. That's 40%-50% off.
Joann's will stack all those web, app and flyer coupons.
So go save some green!!
Want some snowy wreaths? All it takes is a can of white spray paint. Just dust the edges and try to spray sparingly. Aslo...spray outside or hubby complains.
To tell the truth I bought most Of the items I used to make these wreaths at the Dollar Tree. $1 wreath blanks, $1 flowers and $1 Christmas decorations. Plus a $0.50 Box of seasonal floral items!!!