Silver Dollar Eucalyptus Garland Fake

Silver Dollar Eucalyptus Garland Fake

Silver Dollar Eucalyptus Garland Fake

Silver Dollar Eucalyptus Garland Fake Hello everyone and welcome back to Home Furnishing! today I’m share withyou how I made my Winter Wreath. First, I I bought a premade wood wreath. Then I sprayed it with white paint, in very well ventilated place. Be careful this stuff really gets everywhere and is quite bad for you… But I wanted to achieve a ‘frosted’ look and it’s the best way to do it. I let it dry for a couple of minutes and then took a strand of white wool and attached it to the back of the wreath. This will be my way of hanging it on my wall.

Next, I sprayed fake snow on top. Once again, be careful while using it, mine was really smelly and made me cough a couple of times. It also took longer to dry, about 3 hours. You can see it’s dry when it’s not gooey and more of a powder finish. After that I glued down my decorations on the wreath. Mostly tiny pine cones that I got from the craft store, but also glittery beads and gold stars. I used my hot glue gun for the pine cones and the beads, but because my stars were not heat resistant, I used a regular strong glue.

For the final touch, I added some fake pine branches, sprayed them with fake snow let it dry, and glued them to the bottom center of the wreath. I added a few more beads and stars and… that’s it! Now it’s finally time to replace my Autumn wreath with my new one, on this first day of Winter!

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