DIY Decorations: Golden Laurel Wreath

Posted by Curry S. on Jan 22nd 2020

DIY Decorations: Golden Laurel Wreath

This DIY was inspired by Modern Glam's gold laurel wreath DIY blog. We love a pop of gold and thought Montana GOLD Chrome Metallic Spray Paints would be the perfect fit for this festive wreath.

What you need:

Montana GOLD Chrome Metallic Spray Paint - Metallic Goldchrome


Mod Podge


Fake leaves, pine cone(s), twigs

Embroidery hoop

1. Start by spray painting your hoop, leaves and feathers. While waiting for the paint to dry, take a small brush and apply Mod Podge to each tip on the pine cone. Add glitter to the tips while the Mod Podge is still tacky.

2. Once the spray paint has dried, start laying out the leaves and feathers around the hoop and pick a pattern for how you want each leaf and feather to lay. 

Pro tip: cutting off the quills on each feather will give you more freedom and flexibility when layering them in between leaves.

3. Use a hot glue gun to adhere the leaves and feathers to your hoop. Once you're finished and all the glue has dried, gently glue the pine cone to the bottom center of the hoop. You’ll have to hold the pine cone in place until the glue has dried completely. 

Pro tip: take a thin piece of wire and loop it through the pine cone and hoop, adding some extra security.

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