Materials for the Easiest Burlap Wreath Ever:
- Strip of burlap, I bought the spool of six inch burlap
- Wreath form, styrofoam, pool noodle, whatever you fancy
- Hot glue gun
I started my wreath by using my hot glue gun to attach the end of burlap. Then roll the burlap around the wreath overlapping. I did two layers so no green foam was showing through. I did a bead of glue in between wrapping the two layers of burlap.
To end the wreath, I folded the end of burlap and glued so I would have a nice finished edge. I still have burlap left over, though probably not enought for a second wreath.
Now at this point you could attach twine or ribbon for a wreath hanger but I just hung my wreath on the nail on my door.
Time for the fun part, embellishments! I went with two clip on orange/red flowers I found at Michael's for $1 each. I like the idea of clips as they are not permanent. I can use this burlap wreath as a base for all types of embellishments and occasions that call for wreaths.