It’s wreath season! This Sunburst Twig Wreath was fun and is going to add to our Thanksgiving (a.k.a."friendsgiving") decorations. I can't wait for the fun to start! It was a pretty simple project overall, and here’s what we did.
DIY Sunburst Twig Wreath
1} Gather sticks of various sizes and lengths – we gathered ours from a neighboring ditch…
2} Cut a piece of cardboard into the shape of a circle (about 7 inches) and cut out a whole in the middle (about 3 inches). Then wrap the cardboard in hemp and secure in hot glue.
3} Place larger sticks on the cardboard and begin planning where you want them to be. I spaced out the fatter sticks first and glued them down with hot glue. Add the rest of the sticks, securing with hot glue, until it is full around the circle.
4} Trim the ends of the sticks until you have the shape of wreath you want.
5} Use silver or gold spray paint to cover all of the sticks. This covers will cover any glue that is visible and makes the sticks have a holiday shine!
6} Take a piece of ribbon and tie a bow for the wreath – hot glue it to the wreath (you may need a good amount of hot glue sticks for this project!) Add small pine cones, holly, or whatever you’d like to spice up your wreath! Enjoy!