How to Make a Beautiful Heart Wreath
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Isn’t this the cutest little heart wreath? I love how romantic and vintage it feels. The pink roses and the gold cupid’s bow, speaks of true love. This wreath is rather easy to make and you don’t need a lot of supplies.
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What You Need to Make the Heart Wreath
You will need a heart wreath frame, either a wire heart wreath frame or a grapevine heart wreath frame, floral foam and floral wire, wire nippers, faux flowers, eucalyptus, Spanish moss, a ribbon, a glue gun and glue sticks, a dowel, gold craft paper and scissors.
Step 1: With your wire nippers, cut 10″ lengths of floral wire. Twist the floral wire around the wire heart wreath form. If you are using a grapevine wreath, you can skip this step.
Step 2: Cut small pieces of floral foam and attach it to the wreath frame with the floral wires that are on the frame. This step takes a bit of time, but it is easy to do.iv id=”fd-form-61855eb8db5bc2b4fb308994″>
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Continue all the way around the wreath form. Then hot glue the ends of the floral foam together. This keeps the floral foam in place a bit more. Don’t worry if you feel like the floral foam is wonky before you glue it.
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Step 3: Attach the super moss onto the inside and outside of the floral foam using hot glue. Watch those fingers. I don’t think that I have ever used hot glue without getting the gift of a blister or two.
Step 4: Attach the ribbon to the frame before attaching the florals. Using the wire nippers, trim down the flowers and eucalyptus and attach to the floral foam with hot glue and poking the stems into the floral foam.
Step 5: Spray paint the dowel with gold spray paint. Draw an arrow and fletching (the feather end of the arrow) onto the backside of the gold paper and cut them out. Hot glue the cut outs to the ends of the dowel. Attach the arrow to the wreath with hot glue. This wreath is so quick and easy. I just love how it turned out.
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