Fall is a season of vibrant colors and cozy vibes, and what better way to embrace the spirit of autumn than by crafting your very own wreath! With the help of Surebonder's innovative hot glue skillet, you'll be able to bring your creative vision to life with ease. Get ready to unleash your imagination and discover the art of wreath making with this versatile and efficient tool.
When you tackle this project, we suggest starting with the pumpkins or gourds in mind. Then it’s our favorite part, selecting the accompanying floral pieces. This is where your creativity can truly shine! Consider incorporating a variety of colors, textures, and shapes to create a visually stunning display.
- Surebonder Adjustable Temperature Glue Skillet
- Surebonder Low Stringing Glue Skillet Pellets
- Surebonder Stir Stiks
- Grapevine Wreath
- Three faux pumpkin or gourds in various sizes (sm/med)
- Berry spray
- Faux fall leaves
- Faux flowers (sm/med)
You'll want to first fill the wreath with the berry spray and flowers. Using the Surebonder glue skillet we are able to quickly dip the berry spray into the pot and place it on the wreath, you’ll do this until one half of the wreath is covered. Adjust the berries so that the ends extend away from the wreath. This simple adjustment adds depth and dimension, making it visually captivating from all angles. Then using the faux fall leaves we can fill in any large gaps, before filling in the smaller spaces with our autumnal faux flowers. The Surebonder glue skillet lets you embrace this fun and easy process, knowing that every dip is an opportunity to let your imagination run wild.
Before attaching you’ll want to position each pumpkin onto desired spots on the grapevine wreath, ensuring proper spacing and arrangement. Then you’re ready to secure them on using the Surebonder glue skillet. When you have a large surface area to dip you can use the stir sticks to place the exact amount of glue exactly where you need it, ensuring perfect placement and hold.
Once positioned correctly, press firmly against for several seconds to allow proper bonding between surfaces. Fill in any spaces that feel bare with flowers or leaves and then you’re ready to hang your wreath on your front door. Welcoming visitors with the essence and warmth of the autumnal season.