Since I have a love for decorations on our front door, I set out to make a St. Patrick's Day wreath. I tried a few different things but ultimately came up with this one.
Green & White Carnations
1. Wrap the wreath with the twine. Hot glue the end to start. Be patient and wrap tightly. I did this before with yarn for my halloween wreath, so I knew this would take a little while. Hot glue the other end of the twine to the wreath when finished wrapping.
2. Since the actual twine covered wreath was the hardest part of this whole project, I did not want to permanently adhere the flowers to it. In case I want to use it over again for a different wreath. So, I wrapped a small scrap or paper around the wreath and hot glued that to itself.
6. Add a loop of twine at the top to hang it with.
I started this project during nap time but a certain someone woke up a little early that day. Luckily, I bought 2 bunches of flowers because he had a ball marching around the house like this...
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