Step 1: Paint 2 coats of acrylic paint onto wood letter, let dry completely.
Step 2: Using end of burlap ribbon, poke through the first opening in the wreath frame. Pull loop through enough the create some volume as shown above.
Step 3: Repeat step 2 on second opening below first look.
Step 4: Repeat step 2 for third opening. Your wreath should look like the picture shown above.
Step 5: Push ribbon over to make room for more loops.
Step 6: Repeat steps 2-5 two to three times for each wreath section. The more loops you fit into a section, the fuller your wreath will be
Step 7: Using twine, tie your foliage to the wreath frame. You can hot glue to the burlap but I didn't want to weight the wreath down. Also, tie your from the middle top of the wreath frame.
Step 8: Make a bow from twine and hot glue to top of your letter.
Step 9: My letter would not stop spinning! So, I decided to add a small dab of hot glue to the bottom corners of the letter and secure them to the burlap.
Step 10: Hang up that wreath and enjoy!!!
- 15 Yards of 5" Burlap
- Acrylic Paint in Buttercream
- Hot Glue Gun
- Fall Foliage
- Wreath Frame (20")
- Wood Letter
- Sponge Brush