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Foil Flower Wreaths

An exuberant array of jewel-toned wreaths couldn't be simpler to make

Source: Martha Stewart Living, December 2010


Their lustrous "faux-liage" is composed of metallic bows hot-glued to wreath forms. 


  • Flat wooden wreath forms (we used 12-, 16-, and 26-inch sizes),

  • Hot-glue gun


  1. Plot out your color combination for the wreath. You'll need about 18 bows for a 12-inch wreath (36 for a 16-inch form, 50 for a 24-inch form).

  2. Remove adhesive piece from back of bows.

  3. Working in sections, apply hot glue to wreath form. Glue on bows in clusters, covering form.

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