- Pinecones, acorns and conkers (or any other elements of your choice).
- Wreath base
- Glue gun and sticks
- Spray top coat.
I chose to use a 12-inch grapevine wreath ring for my base. You can use any solid wreath base that you can glue on to for this project, but if you use styrofoam, I’d suggest either painting it or covering it in fabric before you start to pretty it up.
The glue gun that I use is a TEC 305 12mm Craft Glue Gun. It’s designed with crafters in mind and works with a vast range of different glue sticks depending on the materials you are glueing. For this project, I used TECBOND 261 / 12mm Flexible Glue Sticks that can cope with any movement you might get using natural materials.
Since I collected the elements for my wreath as I found them, I left them on trays to dry out for a couple of weeks until I was ready to use them.