Square Barn-Wood Wreath
Say hello to a frame-turned-wreath that's a little rustic, a little modern, and all-out elegant. Once you have the chipboard painted and the faux florals glued in place, it'll be the most welcoming sight you ever did see. All that's left to decide is where to hang it!
Gather supplies and prepare work surface.
Cover chipboard word with several light coats of copper spray paint. Take special care to get inside and outside edges of letters.
Cut stems to desired lengths (we cut our ranunculus right below the flower) and glue to frame's corners.
Tip: Mix and layer greenery, positioning them to point away from corners.
Cut lavender stems and add into arrangement. When chipboard word is dry, hot glue it into center of frame.
Items You Will Need
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