From the home of Bill and Jennifer Horn.

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  • nannolou 3y

    This is truly lovely. What was used for the base? I would love to try this.
  • wchsgrad1973 3y

    I am going to try this as well,and use a piece of plywood for the base....hope it's not too heavy!!
  • kargie1 3y

    maybe use foam as the base?
  • joaalbers@sbcglobal.net 3y

    They sell these letters at Pat Cataans craft and Jo Ann Fabrics for about $10 they are made out of cardboard
  • m102708 3y

    someone help me...im not the craftiest person...so what do you attach the ornaments to the base with? hot glue? and how do you attach it to the door? TIA
  • KeepNF8th 3y

    I'd say hot glue should work fine to attach the ornaments. And any kind of wire poked through from the back of the cardboard, and secured before gluing ornaments for hanging.
  • C_NoShoes 3y

    I would not use hot glue cause it might melt when the sun hit's it. I would try either wire or Krazy Glue
  • geraldine argentino 2y

    how do we get instructions to make this wreath?
  • Stacey Harrington 2y

    I just made this wreath last week with my daughter. We took a piece of foam board from JoAnne's. Just a couple up dollars. We cut it into an H. We used hot glue and glued them all on. My husband hung it up with fishing wire. He poked holes (you can't see them) and ran fishing wire through. It is now hanging on our door on a screw. I am thinking I may spray it with something now that I read the glue could melt.
  • sonjaca29 1y

    I dont think I would worry about melting. Unless you have l00 degree weather every day for a month. Hot glue is pretty stable for that. Wire would be too complicated plus an ugly backside. Cardboard sounds sturdier than foam. ( when Using a glue gun that is) just sayin.
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