How to make a wreath with a pool noodle

Pool noodles are great for fun in the sun, but they can be used for so many more things than simply splashing around in the water. One of the best ways to use them is to turn them into a wreath ring that you can decorate however you like.
The next time you see pool noodles for sale, buy a few. You might as well make a wreath for yourself and a couple more for your friends – it's that easy. Check out the video and the instructions to see how it's done. You can match the flowers and ribbon to your space.
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Materials
- Pool noodle
- Hot glue gun
- Tape
- Ribbon
- Scissors
- Faux leaves
- Floral pins
- Faux flowers
- Wire cutters
- Precision knife
- String
Instructions
1. Bend the pool noodle into a circle and hot glue the ends together. Wrap a piece of tape around the spot where the two ends meet.
2. Hot glue one end of the ribbon to the pool noodle. Wrap it around the noodle until it's completely covered. Cut off the excess ribbon and hot glue the other end in place as well.
3. Place the faux greenery onto the wreath and secure it with floral pins.
4. Trim the stems off the faux flowers with wire cutters.
5. Cut slits in the wreath where you'd like to place your flowers, and then stick the flowers into these slits.
6. Tie a piece of string around the top of the wreath and hang it.
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