Building A Twig Wreath

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First bend the low section of your coat hanger to create a circle; this is the wreath base to your twig wreath. Next bend the hook element of your coat hanger in to an oval; this will function as the hanger where you will hold your completed project.

Cut several items of wire in to six inch lengths. Next, take a small couple of sticks, whatever number appears directly to you and wire them together, this can be called building a number. Secure the end of-the line in this way that no one will undoubtedly be apt to be stabbed at some future time. Make several other bunches exactly the same way until you believe that you have enough bunches to include the base.

Now take a lot and insert it safely onto the wreath base <a href="http://www.scribd.com/zach_hedrick">zach hedrick</a> . Take another bunch and being careful in order that the line is covered to overlap the first bunch, do the same.

Continue doing this over and over until your wreath base is completed. Tuck the past bunch of sticks underneath the first bunch to full cover up the wiring and fasten on. Cut the wire and tuck it in firmly and as correctly as possible, to prevent any possible harm. If you find that the first group is too rigid to be maneuvered this way, dont worry about any of it, you could only stick a number of the flowers or other decorative parts on in such a that the wiring will be protected.

Next simply take the fruits, dry plants, pinecones an such like. and place them and stick them around on the wreath, placing them in areas that seem right to you. Let the glue dry and you will possess a desirable twig wreath which will make a beautiful design for either inside or outside your home zach hedrick dexter mo .
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