How to make a sequin wreath

This sequin wreath puts a glam spin on a much-loved door décor accent that usually leans toward the traditional. The project’s versatility and ease mean you could easily fashion one for each season, with a pastel palette for spring, a range of greens for summer, harvest hues for fall, and blues and silvers for winter.
Wreaths are not just for doors anymore, either. A sequin-adorned wreath will give a celebratory sparkle to an entryway, add bling to a bedroom or unexpected energy to a mantelscape. One thing is certain: Sequins take this project from ordinary to extraordinary with just a few strategic swipes of the glue gun.
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Materials
- Styrofoam wreath form in preferred size
- Sheer-patterned fabric
- Hot-glue gun
- Scissors
- Small pre-tied grosgrain or satin bow
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Instructions
1. Cut a 24-inch length, 5 inches wide, of the sheer fabric.
2. Apply hot glue, and affix one end of the fabric strip to the wreath form.
3. Applying glue as you go, affix the fabric to the wreath form, winding it around the form until it is completely covered. Glue the other end of the fabric strip to the form.
4. Take the roll of sequins (don't cut a piece until you know how much you’ll need), and wrap it around the wreath form on top of the layer of sheer fabric. Keep it widely spaced, about 3 to 4 inches between each section on the form. Place each visible piece on the diagonal.
5. Cut from the roll of sequins the sequin strip that covers the wreath, and glue the end piece to the back of the wreath form.
6. Take the small, pre-tied bow and apply glue to the back portion of the bow’s central knot.
7. Glue it to the top center portion of the wreath.
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8. After the glue has dried, the wreath will be ready to hang and display.
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