Wood Pallet Fall Wreath

5 Materials
20 Minutes
Its is finally (FINALLY) starting to feel like fall around me so its time to change out the door wreath. I took a wood pallet circle a few faux flowers in some non-traditional fall colors and put it all together with a pretty bow!
The supplies needed for this project are:
-A round wood pallet sign (this one I found at Michaels craft store)
-A small amount of white paint
-fake flowers
-rub n buff
-wire ribbon

First thing I did was to lightly white wash the pallet board. This is a preference thing, if you don't want to see the wood grain by all means paint the wood circle a bit heavier than what I did. (if you paint the wood fully wait to glue your flowers down until after it is fully dry, if you do a light wash on the wood it will dry super quick)
Prior to hot gluing my flowers down I did play with the arrangement so I had a good idea and feeling where I wanted everything to go.
Then it was just a matter of gluing all the flowers down on the sign and on top of each other.
I decided to add a little sparkle/gold to this wreath and took a product called rub n buff in gold leaf and I rubbed gold around the edges of the sign and then I went in on the mini pumpkin a few of the flowers and leaves and added gold to them as well.
The project then is finished off with a bow. (TIP! to get a bow that sits pretty get ribbon with wire in it, perfect bows every time!)
Suggested materials:
  • Wood pallet blank   (Michaels Craft Store)
  • Fake Flowers
  • Rub n Buff
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