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!