DIY Frosted Pomegranate Wreath
It might be icy outside, but that doesn't mean you can't bring the green! In this easy tutorial, we'll walk you through the makings of an elegant winter-splendor wreath--featuring gorgeous gold-painted pomegranates. Just click through the photos below.
Cover grapevine wreath completely with silver spray paint and set aside to dry.
Apply silver spray paint to pomegranates and then lightly dust with rose gold spray paint—just enough for depth and color variety.
After pomegranates dry completely, apply gold leaf wax metallic finish—dabbing with paintbrush for texture.
Position eucalyptus stems around wreath (leave a few inches of space between each) and secure with floral wire. Tip: Stems are thick, so you may need to use bolt cutters to cut off excess.
Hot glue pieces of lamb’s ear stems in spaces between eucalyptus stems. Weave floral sprays and stems throughout wreath as desired. Secure with glue as needed and use wire cutters to trim excess.
Secure pomegranates to wreath with large dabs of hot glue. Hold in place until glue cools.
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